Pakistan at the Winter Olympics

Pakistan's first entered the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada in 2010. The nation again joined the event four years later.

Mohammad Abbas earned the honor of becoming the first athlete from his country to qualify and compete in the alpine skiing. Abbas saw action in the men’s giant slalom event and finished in 71st spot.

Alpine racer Muhammad Karim became the second Pakistani to compete at the Winter Olympics as he was entered in the men’s giant slalom event and placed 79th.

Pakistan is yet to win a medal at the Winter Games.

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