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The Tiny Teams to The 2022 Olympics

From Brazil and Bolivia to Turkey and Thailand: 31 nations are sending fewer than five cross-country skiers to Beijing. These are the tiny teams to the 2022 Olympics.

Photo: Philipp Brem/Bildbyrån

Jaqueline Mourao (BRA), Honglian Meng (CHN) and Katerina Paul (AUS) at the 2019 FIS World Championships in Seefeld.

From Brazil and Bolivia to Turkey and Thailand: 31 nations are sending fewer than five cross-country skiers to Beijing. These are the tiny teams to the 2022 Olympics. 

Despite the recent surge in Covid infections, the IOC and the Beijing Olympics organizing committee announced that the 2022 Olympics will not be cancelled or postponed. However, stringent anti-covid restrictions will be in place.

Andorra
Carola Vila Obiols
Ireneu Esteve Altimiras

Argentina
Nahiara Diaz Gonzalez
Franco Dal Farra

Armenia
Katya Galstyan
Angelina Muradyan
Mikayel Mikayelyan

Belarus
Anastasia Kirillova
Hanna Karaliova
Aliaksandr Voranau
Yahor Shpuntau

Belgium 
Thibaut De Marre

Bolivia 
1 athlete – not yet named

Bosnia-Herzegovina
Sanja Kusmuk
Strahinja Eric

Brazil 
Jaqueline Mourao
Bruna Moura
Manex Silva

Bulgaria 
Simeon Deyanov

Chile 
Yonathan Jesus Fernandez

Colombia 
Carlos Andres Quintana

Croatia 
Vedrana Malec
Tena Hadzic
Marko Skender Spania 

Greece  
Nefeli Tita
Maria Ntanou
Apostolos Angelis

Hungary
Sara Ponya
Adam Konya

Iran
Seyed Sattar Seyd

Ireland
Thomas Maloney Westgaard

Iceland
Kristrun Gudnadottir
Isak Stianson Pedersen
Snorri Eythor Einarsson Island 

Lebanon
1 athlete – not yet named 

Liechtenstein
Nina Riedener

Lithuania 
Egle Savickaite
Ieva Dainyte
Tautvydas Strolia
Modestas Vaiciulis

Mexico
Jonathan Soto Moreno

Mongolia 
Enkhtuul Ariunsanaa
Achbadrakh Batmunkh

Montenegro
Aleksandar Grbovic

Nigeria 
Samuel Ikpefan 

North Makedonia
Ana Cvetanovska
Stavre Jada

Portugal
José Cabeça 

Romania
Timea Lorincz
Paul Constantin Pepene
Raul Mihai Popa Sør-Korea 

Spain
Imanol Rojo
Jaume Pueyo

South-Korea
Chaewon Lee
Eui Jin Lee
Pluss 2 utøvere – ikke tatt ut ennå 

Thailand
Karen Chanloung
Mark Chanloung

Turkey
Aysenur Duman
Ozlem Ceren Dursun
Yusuf Emre Firat 

FACTS: 2022 OLYMPICS Where: Beijing, China
When: February 4 to 20, 2022
What: Olympic Winter Games
Check out the cross-country courses at the 2022 Beijing Olympics 
What happens when:
Complete schedule for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, all sports

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