Winter Olympic Sports List - Beijing 2022 Olympic Games
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Alpine skiing is one of the signature competitions at the Winter Olympics.
Biathlon combines the endurance and intensity of cross-country skiing with the precision and skill of rifle shooting.
In bobsleigh, athletes make timed runs down a narrow ice track in a specially designed sledge.
Still used as a means of transportation today, cross-country skiing is one of the original Winter Olympic sports.
In curling, teams use brooms and specially designed shoes to slide granite stones across the ice towards a target.
Figure skating, an elegant mix of art and sport, includes singles, pair skating and ice dance.
The various disciplines of freestyle skiing combine speed, showmanship, and extreme skill.
A fast-paced, full-contact team sport that always draws big crowds at the Olympic Games.
In luge, athletes must navigate an icy track at extreme speeds, all while riding feet first on a small sledge.
Nordic combined is made up of two separate sports: ski jumping and cross-country skiing.
Short Track Speed Skating
Short track races are full of strategy, bravery, and skill as competitors skate against one another in close quarters.
In skeleton, competitors ride head-first and prone on a sledge down an icy track at high speed.
Ski jumping sees athletes launch themselves from ramps to soar through the air, where distance (and style) are crucial.
Speed skating evolved from a means of transportation across frozen lakes and rivers to a sport where athletes race against the clock - and each other.
Combing elements of surfing, skateboarding, and skiing, snowboarding made its Olympic debut at Nagano 1998.
04 - 20 Feb 2022