No country in the southern hemisphere has ever hosted the Winter Olympics.
Australia hosted the first Olympics in the Southern Hemisphere, when they hosted the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.The country also hosted the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Australia in 1956 (Melbourne) and 2000 (Sydney).
None Can't and won't. Can't: No snow Won't: It's summer down there. None of the southern have None.
Australia has never hosted the Winter Olympics. It's difficult to host the Winter Olympics in the Southern Hemisphere because it is summer when the games are traditionally played (February)
There can be no definitive answer to the question. For the countries that HAVE losted the Olympics, see the related link.
1 ... that being Japan who hosted the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo and the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano.
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Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000.
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
None. You need snow for winter games.
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The 1964 Winter Olympics were held in Innsbruk, Austria and the 1964 Summer Olympics were held in Tokyo, Japan.
Yes, in Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.
Japan and South Korea.
Azerbaijan has never hosted the Olympics.
Never. Whenever the Olympics have been held in the western hemisphere, it has always been either one or the other.
Yes, Japan hosted the Olympics three times. Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics in 1964, Sapporo hosted the Winter Olympics in 1972, and Nagano hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998. Tokyo is scheduled to host the Summer Olympics again in 2020.