Stamps on 1992 Winter Olympics Albertville  – Madagascar 1991

Stamps on 1992 Winter Olympics Albertville  – Madagascar 1991

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1992 Winter Olympics or XVI Winter Olympics were held in Albertville France from 8-23 Feb 1992. The then French President Francois Mitterrand inaugurated the Games. A total of 1801 athletes from 64 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 12 Disciplines and 57 events. Germany topped the medals tally with ten Gold Medals. The unified German team was participating for the first time after unification in 1990. This was the last time when the Summer and Winter Olympics were held in the same year. The Winter Olympics were held in Lillehammer Norway in 1994.

Madagascar issued a set of stamps on 30 Dec 1991 on 1992 Winter Olympics.

15 fmg- Biathlon                  5 Fmg – Cross Country Skiing

MADAGASCAR 1992 W OLY 1
MADAGASCAR 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS

60 Fmg – Ice Hockey           640 Fmg – Figure Skating

MADAGASCAR 1992 W OLY 2
MADAGASCAR 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS

1140 Fmg – Speed Skating  1000 Fmg – Ski Jumping     140 Fmg – Downhill Skiing

MADAGASCAR 1992 W OLY 3
MADAGASCAR 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS

Stamps on Nordic World Ski Championships  – The Ceska Republic 2009

Stamps on Nordic World Ski Championships  – The Ceska Republic 2009

The Ceska Republic issued a stamp on 11 Feb 2009 to commemorate the Nordic World Ski Championships at Liberec 2009.

CESKA W SPORTS
CESKA REPUBLIC 2009 – NORDIC SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo  –Bobsledding– USA 1984.

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo  –Bobsledding– USA 1984.

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1984 Winter Olympics or XIV Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo Yugoslavia (Now in Bosnia & Herzegovina)  from 08- 19 Feb 1984. The then President of Yugoslavia Mika Spiljak inaugurated the Games. A total of 1272 athletes from 49 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 10 Disciplines and 39 events. East Germany (GDR) topped the medals tally with 09 Gold Medals.

The USA  issued a  set of stamps on 06 Jan 1984 to commemorate the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics. Five First Day Covers with stamps are being listed. A First Day Cover with Block of Four stamps and a cover featuring Bobsledding is listed.

USA 84 W OLY B4
USA 1984 – SARAJEVO WINTER OLYMPICS 1984- BOBSLEDDING.

 

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo –Cross Country Skiing & Ice Hockey– USA 1984.

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo  –Cross Country Skiing & Ice Hockey– USA 1984.

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1984 Winter Olympics or XIV Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo Yugoslavia (Now in Bosnia & Herzegovina)  from 08- 19 Feb 1984. The then President of Yugoslavia Mika Spiljak inaugurated the Games. A total of 1272 athletes from 49 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 10 Disciplines and 39 events. East Germany (GDR) topped the medals tally with 09 Gold Medals.

USA  issued a  set of stamps on 06 Jan 1984 to commemorate the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics. Five First Day Covers with stamps are being listed.

20 c – Cross Country Skiing (Introduced in 1924 Winter Olympics)

USA 84 W OLY CROSS
USA 1984 -SARAJEVO WINTER OLYMPICS 1984 -CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

20 c  – Ice Hockey (Introduced in 1920 Winter Olympics at Antwerp Belgium)

USA 84 W OLY HOCKEY
USA 1984- SARAJEVO WINTER OLYMPICS 1984-ICE HOCKEY

 

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo  – USSR 1984.

Stamps on 1984 Winter Olympics Sarajevo  – USSR 1984.

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1984 Winter Olympics or XIV Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo Yugoslavia (Now in Bosnia & Herzegovina)  from 08- 19 Feb 1984. The then President of Yugoslavia Mika Spiljak inaugurated the Games. A total of 1272 athletes from 49 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 10 Disciplines and 39 events. East Germany (GDR) topped the medals tally with 09 Gold Medals.

USSR  issued a  set of stamps on 08 Feb 1984 to commemorate the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics. Four First Day Cover with stamps are being  listed

20 Kopec – Ice Hockey

USSR 84 W OLY 3
USSR 1984- SARAJEVO WINTER OLYMPICS 1984-ICE HOCKEY.

 

45 Kopec- Figure Skating

USSR 84 W OLY 4
USSR 1984- SARAJEVO WINTER OLYMPICS 1984- FIGURE SKATING

Stamps on 1994 Winter Olympics Lillehammer  – Liechtenstein 1993.

Stamps on 1994 Winter Olympics Lillehammer  – Liechtenstein 1993.

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1994 Winter Olympics or XVII Winter Olympics were held in LILLEHAMMER  Norway from 12- 27 Feb 1994. The then King of Norway King Harald V inaugurated the Games. A total of 1737 athletes from 67 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 12 Disciplines and 61 events. Russia topped the medals tally with 11 Gold Medals Norway bagged the most medals overall -26 ( 10 Gold,11 Silver, 5 Bronze)

Liechtenstein issued a  set of stamps on 06 Dec 1993 to commemorate the 1994  Lillehammer Winter Olympics. A First Day Cover with three stamps is listed

60 ct– Ski-Jumping,  80 ct  – Slalom Skiing     2.40 Fr – Bobsleigh.

LIECH 1994 W OLY

LIECHTENSTEIN 1993- LILLEHAMMER WINTER OLYMPICS 1994.

Stamps on 1994 Winter Olympics Lillehammer  – Norway 1993.

Stamps on 1994 Winter Olympics Lillehammer  – Norway 1993.

The First Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924 in which 16 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 9 Disciplines and 16 events in Men’s and Women’s Category.

The 1994 Winter Olympics or XVII Winter Olympics were held in LILLEHAMMER  Norway from 12- 27 Feb 1994. The then King of Norway King Harald V inaugurated the Games. A total of 1737 athletes from 67 Nations participated in 6 Sports, 12 Disciplines and 61 events. Russia topped the medals tally with 11 Gold Medals Norway bagged the most medals overall -26 ( 10 Gold,11 Silver, 5 Bronze)

Norway issued a pair of Se-tenant 3.50 Kr stamps on 27 Nov 1993 to commemorate the 1994  Lillehammer Winter Olympics.

3.5 Kr–  Cross Country Skiing and Flags,    3.50 Kr – Buildings and Flags

A Postally used Cover is listed which was posted from Tolvsrod to India and carries a Cancellation of Norway Olympic Museum at Lillehammer. 

NORWAY 1994 W OLY
NORWAY 1993 – LILLEHAMMER WINTER OLYMPICS 1994.