Italy has hosted the Olympic games three times in total. 1956 Winter Olympic Games: Cortina d' Ampezzo - Italy. 1960 Summer Olympic Games: Rome - Italy. 2006 Winter Oly,pic Games: Turin - Italy.
Turin, Italy hosted the Winter Games in 2006.
Turin, Italy hosted the 2006 Winter Games.
Italy has won 595 total medals in the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. * 494 Summer * 101 Winter
italy alltogether won 18 meadals
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Italy has won the most gold medals in fencing (45) and cycling (32).
Italy won five gold medals in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.
Italy has hosted three Olympic Games: Summer Olympics: 1960 - Rome Winter Olympics: 1956 - Cortina d'Ampezzo, 2006 - Turin
There were no 2006 Olympic Games. They take place every 4 years. The winter Olympics in 2006 were hosted by Turin Italy. See related links below.
Italy Winter Australia Sweden Summer
United States Winter Italy Summer
The Olympic Games were held in Rome, Italy, in 1960. They were also scheduled to be held in Rome in 1908, but Italy lacked the organisation and infrastructure to host the Games. It was then decided the games would be moved to London.
This being 2007, the last Winter Olympic Games was in 2006 in Turin, Italy. Germany won the most medals (29) and the most gold medals (11). In the last Summer Games in 2004, the United States won the most medals (102) and the most gold medals (36).
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Italy has won 17 medals (4 gold, 4 silver, 9 bronze) in Olympic swimming competition.
The 2006 Winter Olympics were held in Turin (aka Torino), Italy.
USA, Canada, Russia, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, and Germany.
Italy Winter United Kingdom Summer Cancelled due to WWII
Switzerland won 14 medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics: 5 gold, 4 silver and 5 bronze.
Melbourne, Australia + Stockholm, SwedenCortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
Germany, Canada, USA, France, Italy and Japan. Russia and South Korea have held summer games and are scheduled to host winter games.
Italy won 5 medals these games
Italy left London with a total of 28 Olympic medals (8 gold, 9 silver, and 11 bronze), finishing eighth in the overall medal standings.
Spain, France, Norway, United States, Japan, Australia, Greece, Italy, China, Canada, and Great Britain.
Twice. 1) 1956 in Cortina d'Ampezzo. 2) 2006 in Turin.