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Q: What winter sports were added to the Olympics in 1998?
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When was snowboarding added to the winter Olympics?

1998


Name 3 new sports added to the Olympics since 1990?

1) Synchronized Diving - added at the 2000 Summer Olympics. 2) Triathlon - added at the 2000 Summer Olympics. 3) Trampoline - added at the 2000 Summer Olympics. 4) Snowboarding - added at the 1998 Winter Olympics. 5) Skeleton - added at the 2002 Winter Olympics although this event was in the 1948 and 1928 Games and was known as toboggan.


Where was the winter Olympics held in 1998?

The 1998 Winter Olympics were held in Nagano, Japan


What city hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics?

Nagano, Japan, hosted the 1998 winter Olympics.


How many medals did Canada win in 1998 winter Olympics?

In 1998 winter Olympics, Canada got 15 medals


Where were 1998 Olympics held?

The 1998 Winter Olympics were held in Nagano, Japan.


When did snowboarding start in the Winter Olympics?

Snowboarding first started in the 1998 Winter Olympics.


Japanese host of the 1998 winter Olympics?

Nagano, Japan hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics from February 7th to February 22nd.It was the second time the Winter Olympics were hosted in Japan (Sapporo hosted the 1972 Winter Olympics).


Where did the 1998 Olympics take place?

The 1998 Winter Olympics took place in Nagano, Japan.


How many Asian countries have hosted the winter Olympics?

1 ... that being Japan who hosted the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo and the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano.


What country won the most gold medals in the 1998 winter Olympics?

Germany won the most gold medals at the 1998 Winter Olympics with 12.


What city hosted the 1998 winter Olympic?

The 1998 Winter Olympics were held in Nagano, Japan.


Where were the winter games held in 1998?

In 1998 the winter games were held in Japan. It was the second winter Olympics to be held in Japan.


What city hosted the 1998 winter olypics?

The Canadian city of Calgary hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics


What are four of the oldest Olympic winter games?

Sports that were competed at the first Winter Olympics (1924) that are still being competed today (2010) are bobsleigh, figure skating, ice hockey, ski jumping, speed skating, nordic combined, and cross country skiing. Curling was also competed at the 1924 Winter Olympics but did not return until the 1998 Winter Olympics.


Which two events were added in the 1998 winter Olympics?

According to the IOC's website, curling, snowboarding, and women's hockey were all added in 1998. Curling was originally introduced in 1924, but was taken away and re-introduced in 1998. In snowboarding, men's and women's slalom and half-pipe were added as disciplines in the category.


What Big events in sports in 1998?

the olympics.........


When was snowboarding add into the winter Olympics?

1998


Olympics held in Japan which year?

1998 Winter Olympics were held in Japan.


When did Japan last hold the Olympics?

Nagano held the Winter Olympics in 1998.


What country was the site of the 1998 winter olympic games?

The City of Nagano, Japan was the host for the 1998 Winter Olympics.


How many medals did Russia win in the 1998 winter Olympics?

Russia won 18 medals at the 1998 Winter Olympics: 9 gold, 6 silver and 3 bronze.


Where the 1988 Olympics held?

The 1998 Winter Olympics were held in Nagano, which is located in Japan.


Where did women start playing hockey in the Olympics?

In Nagano, Japan. The 1998 winter olympics.


How many summer and winter Olympics did japan host?

3 times: 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano