More women's boots are sold during the winter because they are more practical for the winter season. Boots are warm and originally meant to keep the legs and feet warm during the colder and snowy days of winter.
Womens day slogans include "Celebrating the elegance of womanhood" and "All woman and proud of it".
Woman's rights, what a joke!
The sports that are played on ice at the Olympics are hockey,figure skating, short track speed skating,long track speed skating and curling. All of these events have mens and womens catagories.
for womens= Yu Na Kim from Korea for mens= Evan Lysacek from USA
Herma Szabo of Austria won the gold medal in Women's singles in the 1924 Winter Olympics in Chamonix, France.
Shizuka Arakawa of Japan won the women's figure skating gold in the 2006 Turin Olympic Games.
Dorthy Hamill for USA won in 1976.
It depends on your opinion. Apparently, the top 3 for both type of the Olympics are as they are below: Winter Olympics #1: Women`s Figure Skating #2: Half Pipe #3: Pair Figure Skating Summer Olympics #1: Men`s Swimming #2: Men`s Running #3: Women`s Swimming I see a pattern in that. Anyway I`ve researched and now can show a few more details. Percentage of Women watching Winter Olympics: 82% Percentage of Women watching Summer Olympics: 84% Percentage of Men watching Winter Olympics: 73% Percentage of Men watching Summer Olympics: 64% Percentage of Girls watching Winter Olympics: 45% Percentage of Girls watching Summer Olympics: 11% Percentage of Boys watching Winter Olympics: 27% Percentage of Boys watching Summer Olympics: 36% Winter Olympics are more popular, and so that means Women`s Figure Skating is the hottest Olympic sport. After comparing this all to that all, I`ve noticed what is most popular. But most popular->hottest, so it`s "hottest", as some people say. I, myself, prefer Pair Figure Skating, but people can think what they want. Luge->not as popular as->mens figure skating->not as popular as->womens figure skating Pair Figure skating falls in about 4th place for Winter Olympics. Luge is about 7th though.
The first Winter Olympics that featured women's ice hockey was the 1998 Games in Nagano.
Julia Mancuso of the United States.
Sweden won in the mens competition and Canada won the womens competition.