1924: Chamonix, France
1928: St. Moritz, Switzerland
1932: Lake Placid, N.Y.
1936: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1948: St. Moritz, Switzerland
Canadian figure skater Barbara Ann Scott (left); a sculpture called "Ali-Java" (right).
1952: Oslo, Norway
1956: Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
1960: Squaw Valley, California
1964: Innsbruck, Austria
1968: Grenoble, France
1972: Sapporo, Japan
1976: Innsbruck, Austria
Dorothy Hamill, women's figure skating gold medalist (left); John Curry of Britain, men's figure skating gold medalist (right).
1980: Lake Placid, N.Y.
Anatoly Alabyev of the USSR, 20-kilometer biathlon gold medalist.
The miracle on ice.
U.S.A. speedskater Eric Heiden, who won gold in all five speedskating events (left); Alexander Tikhonov of the USSR (right).
1984: Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Scott Hamilton, gold medal figure skater.
American ski jumper Dennis McGrane (left); American downhill gold medalist Bill Johnson (right).
1988: Calgary, Canada
The opening ceremonies.
Italy's Alberto Tomba wins the giant slalom (left); Tomba party (right).
Natalya Annenko and Genrich Sretensky of the Soviet Union (left); bronze medalist American figure skater Debi Thomas (right).
1992: Albertville, France
American speedskater Bonnie Blair (left); Pairs figure skating gold medalists Natalia Michkouteniok and Artour Dmitriev of the former Soviet Republics' "Unified Team" (center); Surya Bonaly of France (right).
1994: Lillehammer, Norway
Tonya Harding (left); a United States Olympic Committee press conference related to the Harding-Kerrigan affair (right).
Nancy Kerrigan and (at far right) China's Lu Chen.
First lady Hillary Clinton, an American hockey fan, and an Olympics fan.
Bonnie Blair (left) and 10,000-meter gold medalist Johann-Olav Koss of Norway.
Gold medalist Manuela Di Centa of Italy is helped to her feet by bronze medalist Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi of Finland after the 30-kilometer cross-country event (left); Swiss ski jumper Sylvain Freiholz.
American goalie Garth Snow; the opening ceremonies.
1998: Nagano, Japan
Figure skating gold medalist Illia Kulik of Russia (left); ice dancing bronze medalists Marinna Anissina and Gwendal Peirerat of France; bronze medalist Philippe Candeloro of France.
French snowboarder Jonathan Collomb-Patton (left); French gold medalist snowboarder Karine Ruby (right).
1,000-meter speedskating silver medalist Jan Bos of the Netherlands (left); 1,000-meter speedskating gold medalist Ids Postma of the Netherlands (right).
Canadian freestyle aerials skier Andy Capicik of Canada (left); Freestyle aerials bronze medalist Dmitri Dashchmisky of Belarus (right).