50 Interesting Facts about the Winter Olympics
The addition of winter sports in the Olympic Games was originated in 1908, when the committee officially added figure skating in the Summer Games in London. In 1924, the committee certified the inclusion of Nordic skiing, speed skating, figure skating, bobsledding and hockey in Chamonix, France—introducing the world’s first Winter Olympics. Since then, every four years, the sporting event have been held in different cities around the world. Check out the 50 interesting facts about the Winter Games.