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In which discipline did Charles Jewtraw win the first gold medal in the history of the Winter Games?Speed skating | Nordic combined | Ski jumping | Cross-country skiing
They were the first Winter Games not to be held in the same year as the Summer Games.The 1992 Albertville Games | The 1988 Calgary Games | The 1998 Nagano Games | The 1994 Lillehammer Games
Which Games allowed professionals for the first time in the men's ice hockey tournament?The 2006 Games in Turin | The 1998 Nagano Games | The Games of 2002 in Salt Lake City | The 1994 Lillehammer Games
Which male athlete has won the most medals in the history of the Winter Games?Ole Einar Bjørndalen | Eric Heiden | Sven Kramer | Kjetil André Aamodt
Which city was to host the 1940 Winter Olympics, cancelled because of the Second World War?Turin | Helsinki | Sapporo | Brno
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