Winter Olympics


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Noun1.Winter Olympics - an Olympics for winter sportsWinter Olympics - an Olympics for winter sports  
Olympic Games, Olympics, Olympiad - the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country
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In a meeting with NTT Docomo CEO Kaoru Kato, and China Mobile chairman Shang Bing, Chairman of South Korean mobile operators KT, Hwang Chang-gyu talked regarding ways to run a 5G trial service during the Pyongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.
BEIJING will become the first city to host both the summer and winter Olympics after winning the vote for the 2022 Games.
The host of the 2022 Winter Olympics has been decided asChina's capital, Beijing, beating Almaty to host the Games.
Since the beginning of major international sporting events like the Summer Olympics (1896), the Winter Olympics (1924) and the World Cup (1930), many countries literally run from pillar to post to host these events.
AC Milan executive director Umberto Gandini, vicechairman of the ECA, said the Winter Olympics in 2022 should be moved to accommodate a winter World Cup.
McNeill, who missed out on selection for the Great Britain team at the Winter Olympics in Sochi by a whisker, had been set to miss the high-profile competition.
Flint High School students celebrated the launch of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics with an all school assembly.
For India, Winter Olympics is perceived as a one- man sport with Shiva hogging the limelight but his performances over the years at major world events have been far from eyecatching.
ISLAMABAD -- It is the matter of pride and joy for the nation that Pakistani flag has been hoisted in winter Olympics Sochi-2014 through a well orchestrated and conceived training programme for Pakistani skiers by Ski Federation of Pakistan.
Tomorrow WINTERSPORTS: Winter Olympics, Sochi - BBC2 5am.
Turkey has never before won a medal at the Winter Olympics, something its current athletes would love to change this year, but the competition is stiff for a country not known for its winter sports.