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  1. The 1994 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XVII Olympic Winter Games ( Norwegian: De 17. olympiske vinterleker; Nynorsk: Dei 17. olympiske vinterleikane) and commonly known as Lillehammer '94, was an international winter multi-sport event held from 12 to 27 February 1994 in and around Lillehammer, Norway.

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    • Fire in your heart, (Norwegian: Se ilden lyse)
  2. Memorable Champions. Local hero Johann Olav Koss won three speed skating events and set a world record in every one. Vreni Schneider of Switzerland won a complete set of medals in Alpine skiing, and Manuela Di Centa of Italy earned medals in all five cross-country events. The women’s biathlon was dominated by Myriam Bédard of Canada, who won ...

  3. After only a two-year interlude, the Olympic Winter Games were held in 1994, when a 1986 amendment to the Olympic Charter calling for the Summer and Winter Games to be held alternately every two years went into effect. Awarded to Lillehammer, the 1994 Olympics were noteworthy for their environmental conservation.

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  4. 📲 Subscribe to @olympics: The full official film of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer is now available on the Olympic Yo...

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  5. Mar 30, 2021 · When the southern Norwegian town of Lillehammer was chosen to host the 1994 Olympic Winter Games, some doubted the wisdom of the decision. On the one hand, Norway boasted a fine winter sports tradition. But on the other hand, it was also the smallest country in history to host a Winter Games. With a tiny population of just 23,000, questions were raised about whether such a small town, which ...

  6. Official list of medal winners and results by sport at the Lillehammer 1994 Olympic Games. Celebrate medal-winning moments by the world's top athletes.

  7. 2010. 2014. 2018. 2022. Intercalated Games. 1906. The United States hosted the 1904, 1932, 1984, 1996, and 2028 Summer Olympics, as well as the 1932, 1960, 1980, and 2002 Winter Olympics. The United States did not participate in 1980 due to a boycott.

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