There are currently 15 sports for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
16 events in 9 sports
There are 29 sports in the Summer Olympics (although only 26 sports will be at the 2012 Olympics). There are 15 sports in the Winter Olympics (all 15 were held at the 2010 Olympics).
What's the difference between the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics? The events! The Winter Olympics mostly include sports enjoyed in snow and ice or winter sports such as hockey, speed skating, snowboarding and many more. The Summer Olympic has a similar format to the Winter Olympics, but it is hosted in the summer time with mostly outdoor and indoor sports such as track & field, swimming, basketball and many more. The Summer Olympics is generally more popular and welcomed because of the "commonness" or popularity of the sports in it.
Probably around ten, eleven, or twelve sports.
There were no Winter Olympics in 1942.
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Sixteen countries participated in the first Winter Olympics in 1924.
Winter sports in Romania are only for amusement, not for Olympics or other serious competitions; any medal.
There are 98 events for which medals will be awarded.
There will be medals awarded for 98 events.
The first Winter Olympics was in 1924 in Chamonix, France.
There are 98 sports that medals are being awarded for.
98 events are scheduled for the Sochi 2014 Olympics in 15 sports.
28 ... the first modern Summer Olympics was in 1896 and the first Winter Olympics was in 1924.
There are technically 35 events. There are technically 35 events.
206 althletes in 15 sports
There are many, and alot in more sports than speedskating.
The Winter Olympics were first held at Chamonix in France in 1924. Since then, the Winter Olympics have been held every four years, except 1940 and 1944 when they were cancelled due to the excesses of Herr Hitler and others. The most recent Winter Olympics were held in Vancouver, Canada in 2010. There were 7 sports with a total of 86 different events contested.
There was 18 events.