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A total of 464 athletes competed in the 1928 Winter Olympics (438 men, 26 women).

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How many women competed in the 1928 winter Olympics?

28, all in figure skating events.


Has Australia competed in every modern Olympics?

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Did Switzerland ever host the winter Olympics?

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When were women first allowed to watch the olympics?

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Where was the 1928 winter Olympics held at?

St Moritz, Switzerland


Where were the 1928 winter Olympics held?

St Moritz, Switzerland


Who were the hosts for the 1928 winter Olympics?

St. Moritz, Switzerland.


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Has Switzerland ever hosted the Olympics?

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How many gold medals did the United States win in the Olympics in the year 1928?

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Which country hosted the 1928 winter Olympics?

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Where did the 1928 winter Olympics take place?

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