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28, all in figure skating events.

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How many men and women competed in the 1928 winter Olympics?

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


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Where was the 1928 winter Olympics held at?

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Where were the 1928 Olympics held?

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