RANKED: Every nation at the Beijing Winter Olympics by the number of athletes they have taken to China

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RANKED: Every nation at the Beijing Winter Olympics by the number of athletes they have taken to China

  • There are 91 teams and 2,871 individual athletes competing at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
  • 19 nations have just one athlete in their team, while the largest team is the USA with 224.

1 — Albania, American Samoa, Cyprus, East Timor, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kyrgyzstan, Malta, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Virgin Islands.

1 — Albania, American Samoa, Cyprus, East Timor, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kyrgyzstan, Malta, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Virgin Islands.

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2 — Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mongolia, Puerto Rico, San Marino, Serbia, Trinidad and Tobago.

2 — Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mongolia, Puerto Rico, San Marino, Serbia, Trinidad and Tobago.

Team Luxembourg at the Beijing 2022 Opening Ceremony.Julian Finny/Getty Images

3 — Colombia, Hong Kong, Iran, Lebanon, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Portugal.

3 — Colombia, Hong Kong, Iran, Lebanon, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Portugal.

Team Monaco’s Arnaud Alessandria.Getty/Sean Haffey

4 — Chile, Mexico, Chinese Taipei, Thailand.

4 — Chile, Mexico, Chinese Taipei, Thailand.

Mexican figure skater Donovan Carrillo.Getty/Miguel Medina

5 — Andorra, Greece, Iceland, Moldova.

5 — Andorra, Greece, Iceland, Moldova.

Flag bearers Apostolos Angelis and Maria Ntanou of Team Greece.Getty/Alex Pantling

6 — Argentina, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica.

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7 — Turkey.

7 — Turkey.

Speed skater Furkan Akar (L) is one of four male athletes competing for Turkey in Beijing.Getty/Oliver Hardt

9 — Georgia.

9 — Georgia.

Nino Tsiklauri of Team Georgia.Getty/Michael Kappeler

10 — Brazil.

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11 — Croatia.

11 — Croatia.

Team Croatia.Getty/Julian Finney

13 — Lithuania.

13 — Lithuania.

Deividas Kizala (R) of Lithuania.Getty/Atsushi Tomura

14 — Hungary, Spain.

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16 — Bulgaria, New Zealand.

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19 — Belgium.

19 — Belgium.

Team Belgium’s Cesar Beauvais.Getty/Kevin Voigt

21 — Romania.

21 — Romania.

Romania has 21 athletes in Beijing.Getty/Jewel Samad

26 — Estonia.

26 — Estonia.

Freestyle skier Kelly Sildaru.Getty/Sean Haffey

29 — Belarus.

29 — Belarus.

Maxim Gustik is a Belarusian freestyle skier.Getty/Tom Pennington

34 — Kazakhstan.

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41 — Netherlands.

41 — Netherlands.

Team Netherlands’ orange outfits were unmissable during the opening ceremony.Getty/Matthias Hangst

44 — Australia, Slovenia.

44 — Australia, Slovenia.

Team Australia.Getty/Manan Vatsyayana

45 — Ukraine.

45 — Ukraine.

Team Ukraine’s Yulianna Tunytska.Getty/Daniel Mihailescu

50 — Great Britain, Slovakia.

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57 — Poland.

57 — Poland.

Poland’s flag bearer Zbigniew Brodka.Getty/Lillian Suwanrumpha

58 — Latvia.

58 — Latvia.

Baiba Bendika of Latvia.Getty/Sven Hoppe

62 — Denmark.

62 — Denmark.

Curler Madeleine Dupont (L) was Denmark’s flag bearer during the opening ceremony.Getty/Valery Sharifulin

64 — South Korea.

64 — South Korea.

Kim Eunjung of Republic of Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.Getty/Jean Catuffe

83 — Norway.

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86 — France.

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95 — Finland.

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106 — Austria.

106 — Austria.

Felix Leitner of Team Austria.Getty/Kevin Voigt

113 — Czech Republic.

113 — Czech Republic.

Czech curler Tomas Paul.Getty/Mario Hommes

116 — Sweden.

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118 — Italy.

118 — Italy.

Team Italy clearly enjoyed the opening ceremony.Getty/Lintao Zhang

124 — Japan.

124 — Japan.

Team Japan.Getty/David Ramos

149 — Germany.

149 — Germany.

Germany biathlete Benedikt Doll.Getty/Clive Rose

167 — Switzerland.

167 — Switzerland.

The Swiss women’s national ice hockey team finished fifth at the 2018 games.GettyAFP

174 — China.

174 — China.

Zhi Ling and Suyuan Fan of Team China.Getty/Lintao Zhan

212 — Russian Olympic Committee.

212 — Russian Olympic Committee.

ROC athletes arrive at the Olympic opening ceremony.AP Photo/Jae C. Hong

215 — Canada.

215 — Canada.

Athletes from Canada make their entrance at the 2022 Winter Olympics.AP Photo/David J. Phillip

224 — United States.

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