Palarong Olimpiko sa Taglamig ng 1992

Padron:1992 Winter Olympics

Ika-XVI Palarong Olimpiko sa Taglamig
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Emblem of the 1992 Winter Olympics[a]
Punong-alang lungsodAlbertville, France
SalawikainAt the Peak of Performance
(Pranses: A la Pointe de la Performance)
Bilang ng mga kalahok na nasyon64
Bilang ng mga manlalaro1,801 (1313 men, 488 women)
Mga kaganapan57 in 6 sports (12 disciplines)
Pagbubukas8 February
Pagsasara23 February
Binuksan ni
Nagsindi ng kaldero
IstadyumThéâtre des Cérémonies
Taglamig
Calgary 1988 Lillehammer 1994
Tag-init
Seoul 1988 Barcelona 1992

Ang Palarong Olimpiko sa Taglamig 1992 (Ingles: XVI Olympic Winter Games) (Pranses: Les XVIes Jeux olympiques d'hiver) ay isang pandaigdigang palakasan na ginanap sa Albertville, Pransiya, ay gaganapin sa Pebrero 8 hanggang 23 1992.[1][2]

Pagpili ng Host na LungsodBaguhin

Seremonya ng pagbubukasBaguhin

PamanaBaguhin

MaskotaBaguhin


Mga Kaganapang Kilalang-kilalaBaguhin

LaroBaguhin

There were 57 events contested in 6 sports (12 disciplines). See the medal winners, ordered by sport:

Larong DemonstrasyonBaguhin

This was the final time demonstration sports were included in the Winter Olympics programme.

  • Curling – Competed for the first time since 1924. It became a regular discipline in 1998.
  • Freestyle skiing – Although moguls skiing was an official discipline, aerials and ski ballet were still considered demonstration events.
  • Speed skiing – A death occurred during a training session. The sport has not been included in the Winter Olympics program.

Mga bansang naglalahokBaguhin

Participating National Olympic Committees

LugarBaguhin

The 1992 Games are (as of today) the last ones where the speed skating venue was outdoors.

Talahanayan ng medalyaBaguhin

(Host nation is highlighted.)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany1010626
2  Unified Team¹96823
3  Norway96520
4  Austria67821
5  United States54211
6  Italy46414
7  France3519
8  Finland3137
9  Canada2327
10  South Korea2114
Totals (10 nations)534940142

(¹ combined team with athletes from 6 nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States; team only appeared in these Winter Olympics)

Podium sweepsBaguhin

Date Sport Event NOC Gold Silver Bronze
10 February Cross-country skiing Men's 30 kilometre classical   Norway Vegard Ulvang Bjørn Dæhlie Terje Langli
17 February Speed skating Women's 5000 metres   Germany Gunda Niemann-Kleemann Heike Warnicke Claudia Pechstein

Podium sweepsBaguhin

Date Sport Event NOC Gold Silver Bronze
10 February Cross-country skiing Men's 30 kilometre classical   Norway Vegard Ulvang Bjørn Dæhlie Terje Langli
17 February Speed skating Women's 5000 metres   Germany Gunda Niemann-Kleemann Heike Warnicke Claudia Pechstein

Broadcasting RightsBaguhin

ORF

Ten Australia

CBC

CCTV

DR1

EBU, Eurosport

Yle

TF1, France 2, France 3

ARD ZDF

RÚV

RAI

TVNZ

NRK

TVR

SVT1

SRG SSR

BBC, ITV

CBS Sports,[3][4][5] Turner Sports[kailangan ng sanggunian]

Tignan dinBaguhin

NotesBaguhin

Notes

  1. The emblem is the flag of Savoy region in the shape of the Olympic flame, dancing above stripes representing the flag of France.

Citations

  1. "Albertville 1992". www.olympic.org. Sininop mula sa ang orihinal noong 7 Enero 2014. Nakuha noong 12 Marso 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)
  2. "The Olympic Winter Games Factsheet" (PDF). International Olympic Committee. Nakuha noong 5 August 2012.
  3. Stewart, Larry (9 February 1992). "The Olympic Winter Games at Albertville: With CBS in Charge, McKay Will Be Among the Missing". Los Angeles Times.
  4. Carter, Bill (3 February 1992). "THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Albertville 92; CBS Gambling Heavily On Success of Olympics". The New York Times.
  5. Sandomir, Richard (2 February 1992). "ALBERTVILLE '92; CBS Winter Vacation Ends After 32 Years". The New York Times.

Mga Kawing panlabasBaguhin

Inunahan ni:
Calgary
Winter Olympics
Albertville

XVI Olympic Winter Games (1992)
Sinundan ni:
Lillehammer


Padron:1992 Winter Olympic venues