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- The biatholon is the only winter Olympic event the US has not medaled in - The biathlon is a winter sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting.
- 10,004 people were paid to watch the Olympics in 1924 - It was the first Winter Olympics, so people in France were paid to watch it to ensure it would be a success
- Two separate US men’s hockey teams arrived at the 1948 Olympics - Two separate hockey teams (backed by rival hockey associations) arrived at the 1948 St. Moritz Winter Games, each claiming to be the rightful participant on America's behalf.
- The PyeongChang Winter Olympics cost $10 billion and is still not the most expensive Winter Olympics - The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi cost $50 billion
- The youngest competitor in Winter Olympics history was 11 years old - Representing Great Britain, figure skater Cecilia Colledge was only 11 years old when she competed in the 1932 Winter Olympics.
- The oldest competitor in Winter Olympics history was 58 years old - Representing Sweden, curler Carl August Kronlund (left) was 58 years old when he competed in the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924.
- Only 36 countries (out of 195 countries in the world) have won a gold medal at the Winter Olympics - Only 44 countries have ever won a medal of any type in the Winter Olympics
- And the Olympic Village has provided athletes with condoms since the 1988 Games - At the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, 110,000 condoms will be handed out to 2,925 athletes. That's about 37 per athlete.