|ਮਹਿਮਾਨ ਸ਼ਹਿਰ||[ਸਾਮੁਨੀ]], ਫ੍ਰਾਂਸ|
|ਈਵੈਂਟ||16 in 6 sports (9 disciplines)|
|ਉਦਘਾਟਨ ਸਮਾਰੋਹ||25 ਜਨਵਰੀ|
|ਸਮਾਪਤੀ ਸਮਾਰੋਹ||5 ਫ਼ਰਵਰੀ|
|ਓਲੰਪਿਕ ਸਟੇਡੀਅਮ||ਨੈਸ਼ਨਲ ਸਟੇਡੀਅਮ|
1924 ਸਰਦ ਰੁੱਤ ਓਲੰਪਿਕ ਖੇਡਾਂ, 1924 ਵਿੱਚ ਫ੍ਰਾਂਸ ਦੇ ਸ਼ਹਿਰ ਸਾਮੁਨੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਹੋਈਆ। ਇਹ ਖੇਡਾਂ ਫ੍ਰਾਂਸ ਓਲੰਪਕ ਕਮੇਟੀ ਦੁਆਰਾ 25 ਜਨਵਰੀ ਤੋਂ 5 ਫਰਵਰੀ 1924 ਦੇ ਦਰਮਿਆਨ ਕਰਵਾਈਆ ਗਈਆਂ। 
Sonja Henie of Norway, at just eleven years old, took part in the ladies' figure skating competition. Although she finished last, she became popular with fans and went on to take gold at the next three Winter Olympics.
The Canadian ice hockey team (Toronto Granites) finished their qualifying round with three wins, against Czechoslovakia (30–0), Sweden (22–0), and Switzerland (33–0), scoring a total of 85 goals and conceding none.
Finding themselves in the same situation as Gillis Grafström, the Canadian ice-hockey team is the last to successfully defend its Summer Olympics title at the Winter Olympics. Canada would dominate ice hockey in early Olympic competition, winning six of the first seven gold medals awarded.
At the closing of the Games, a prize was awarded for a sport that did not lend itself to tournament competition: Pierre de Coubertin presented a prize for 'alpinisme' (mountaineering) to Charles Granville Bruce, the leader of the British expedition that had attempted to climb Mount Everest in 1922.
For the first time in the history of the modern Olympics, the host country (in this case, France) failed to win any gold medals, finishing with three bronze medals. The same outcome occurred at the next Winter Olympics in St. Moritz where Switzerland won only a single bronze medal, the lowest ever output by a host nation at an Olympics. Later host nations to finish without gold medals included Canada at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Yugoslavia at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, and Canada for a second time at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary.
In 1925, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided to organize Olympic Winter Games every four years, independent of the Olympic Games proper, and recognized the International Winter Sports Week as the first Olympic Winter Games in retrospect.
The final individual medal of Chamonix 1924 was presented in 1974. The ski jumping event was unusual in that the bronze medalist was not determined for fifty years. Norway's Thorleif Haug was awarded third place at the event's conclusion, but a clerical error in calculating Haug's score was discovered in 1974 by skiing historian Jakob Vaage, who further determined that Anders Haugen of the United States, who had finished fourth, had actually scored 0.095 points more than Haug. This was verified by the IOC, and in Oslo in September 1974, Haug's daughter presented the medal to the 86-year-old Haugen.
In 2006, the IOC confirmed that the medals awarded to the 1924 curling teams were official. The IOC verified that curling was officially part of the program, after the Glasgow Herald newspaper filed a claim on behalf of the families of the team.
Medals were awarded in 16 events contested in 5 sports (9 disciplines). Many sources do not list curling and the military patrol, or list them as demonstration events. However, no such designation was made in 1924. In February 2006, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) ruled that curling was a full part of the Olympic program, and have included the medals awarded in the official count.
- La Piste de Bobsleigh des Pellerins – Bobsleigh
- Le Tremplin Olympique du Mont – Ski jumping, Nordic combined (ski jumping)
- Stade Olympique de Chamonix – Cross-country skiing, Curling, Figure skating, Ice hockey, Military patrol, Nordic combined (cross-country skiing), and Speed skating
|Participating National Olympic Committees|
- ਇਸਟੋਨੀਆ speed skater Christfried Burmeister was also in the list of participants but the message about his withdrawal wasn't sent to the organizers.
Number of athletes by National Olympic Committees[ਸੋਧੋ]
|30 January||Cross-country skiing||Men's 50 kilometre||ਨੋਰਵੇ||Thorleif Haug||Thoralf Strømstad||Johan Grøttumsbråten|
|4 February||Nordic combined||Normal hill||ਨੋਰਵੇ||Thorleif Haug||Thoralf Strømstad||Johan Grøttumsbråten|
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