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Where Was the First Winter Olympic Games Held?

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The first Winter Olympics was held in Chamonix France in 1924 and 16 nations sent 258 athletes: 247 men and 11 women in total. The games featured a total of 16 disciplines such as biathlon, curling, ski jumping, hockey, figure skating among others. The games ended on February 5th with Norway winning the most medals.
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