1924 - Ice hockey is a part of the first winter Olympics in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.
1998 - Participation rules are changed so professional hockey players may participate in the Olympics.
1964 - Luge is added to the Olympic games in Innsbruck.
2014 - Luge team relay is added to the Olympics in Sochi.
Nordic Combined involves cross-country skiing and ski jumping.
1924 - Nordic Combined is a part of the first winter Olympics in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.
1952 - The order of events is changed to make the competition more exciting. Ski jumping is now held before cross-country skiing.
The four figure skating events are men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dancing.
1908 - Figure skating is added to the summer Olympics in London as it can be held indoors.
1924 - Figure skating and men's speed skating is a part of the first winter Olympics in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.
1960 - Women's speed skating is added to the Olympics in Squaw Valley.
1976 - Ice dancing is added as part of the figure skating competition at the Olympics in Innsbruck.
1988 - Short track speed skating is an exhibition event at the Olympics in Calgary.
1992 - Short track speed skating is added to the Olympics in Albertville.
2014 - Figure skating team event is added to the Olympics in Sochi.
1928 - Skeleton is added to the Olympics in St. Moritz.
1948 - The last skeleton is included in Olympic competition until 2002.
2002 - Skeleton is added once again to the Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Alpine skiing events are downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, and combined.
1924 - Ski jumping and cross-country skiing are a part of the first winter Olympics in Chamonix Mont-Blanc.