Bermuda at the Winter Olympics

Even though Bermuda made its first appearance at the Summer Olympic Games in 1932, the nation is a latecomer at the Winter Olympics. The Caribbean nation made its debut at the Winter Games in 1992 in Albertville, France and has participated at the prestigious event since then.

Although Bermuda already earned its first medal at the Summer Olympics thanks to the bronze medal won by Clarence Hill in the men’s heavyweight division in boxing at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games, the nation is still seeking its first medal at the Winter Games.

Bermuda, which is renowned for its enthralling tourist’s spots, sent one athlete that competed in cross-country skiing at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

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