4,955 athletes from 69 countries competed in the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki.
Nigeria first competed in the Olympics at the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki.
Helsinki held the Summer Olympics in 1952.
The Olympics was in Helsinki, Finland in 1952
The Soviet Union sent 420 athletes to the Summer Games in Helsinki and none to the Winter Games in Oslo.
New Zealand has competed in 23 Summer Olympics, the first being in 1908 combining their athletes with Australia's and competing under the name Australasia. New Zealand has competed in 13 Winter Olympics, the first being in 1952.
The People's Republic of China first competed at the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki when they sent one athlete, a swimmer named Wu Chuanyu, to the Games. They did not compete in another Olympics until the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. They have competed in every Winter Olympics since then and competed in every Summer Olympics since 1984.
The 1952 Winter Olympics were held in Oslo, Norway and the 1952 Summer Olympics were held in Helsinki, Finland.
Yvette Williams participated in one Olympics, the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki, and competed in long jump, shot put, and discus. She won gold in long jump, finished 6th in shot put, and finished 10th in discus.