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There were no Winter Olympics in 1942.

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Q: How many women competed in the first Winter Olympics in 1942?
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Year women first competed in WINTER Olympics?

1924 (the first one)


Did women first compete in summer or winter Olympics?

Women first competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris.


Was it summer or winter Olympics when the women first competed?

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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).


How many girls and boys competed at the first winter Olympics in 1924?

247 Men and 11 Women


When was the first time women competed in the Olympics?

The first time women competed in the Olympics was 1900 in Paris, and the competitive event was croquet.


Which winter Olympics did women first participate in?

1924 Winter Games in Chamonix where women competed in figure skating. Herma Planck-Szabo of Austria won the first gold medal in women's singles and Helene Englemann of Austria won the second in mixed pairs.1924 was the first official Winter Olympics. Figure skating had been competed in the 1920 Games in Antwerp and the 1908 Games in London. Women competed at those Games in figure skating, also.


First year women competed in Olympics?

Women competed at the Olympic Games for the first time at the 1900 Paris Olympics.


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19 women competed in three sports (golf, croquet, tennis) at the 1900 Games in Paris, the first Olympics where women competed.


When did women start competing in the winter olympics?

1924 Winter Games in Chamonix ... 13 women competed, all in figure skating.


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28, all in figure skating events.


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When did women first start competing in the Olympics?

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How many women competed in the Olympics in 1900 in Paris?

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How many women competed in the 2010 Olympics?

Thousand's of women have competed. I think the most women were probably in the women's skating competition.


When were women allowed to compete in the winter olympics?

Women competed in the first Winter Olympics, the 1924 Games in Chamonix. There were 13 women competitors, all in figure skating. Herma Planck-Szabo of Austria was the first woman to win a gold medal in the Winter Olympics when she won the ladies singles figure skating competition. Two days later, Helene Engelmann of Austria won gold in mixed pairs figure skating with her partner Alfred Berger. Helene Engelmann and Herma Planck-Szabo were cousins.


When were women accepted in the Olympics?

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