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1994 Winter Olympics

See also: 1994 Winter Paralympics[?]
The Games of the XVII Winter Olympiad were held in 1994 in Lillehammer, Norway. Other candidate cities were Anchorage, USA; Oestersund[?]/Are, Sweden; and Sofia, Bulgaria. In 1986 the IOC voted to alternate the schedule of the Olympic Games. The Lillehammer Games were held in 1994, the only time that the two games have been staged two years apart.

Games of the XVII Winter Olympiad
Nations participating67
Athletes participating1,739 (522 women, 1,217 men)
Events61 in 6 sports
Opening ceremoniesFebruary 12, 1994
Closing ceremoniesFebruary 27, 1994
Officially opened byHis Majesty King Harald V
Athlete's OathVegard Ulvang[?]
Judge's Oath:Kari Karing[?]
Olympic TorchCrown Prince Haakon[?]

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Medals Awarded

See the medal winners, ordered by sport:

Medal Count

PosCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Russian Federation118423
2Norway1011526
3Germany97824
4Italy75820
5United States of America65213
6Korea4116
7Canada36413
8Switzerland3429
9Austria2349
10Sweden2103
11Japan1225
12Kazakhstan1203
13Ukraine1012
14Uzbekistan1001
15Belarus0202
16Finland0156
17France0145
18Netherlands0134
19People's Republic of China0123
20Slovenia0033
21Great Britain0022
22Australia0011

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