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Think curling rocks, or bobsled is the best? Are you a faithful follower of figure skating, or do you harbor a secret passion for Nordic combined? Now is your time to declare to the world why your can’t-miss Winter Olympics sport is No. 1. See more Olympic graphics or follow our Olympic coverage.

What is your favorite Winter Olympic sport?

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Alpine skiing

there's no sport like the downhill- speed, strength, precision, abandon

February 10
Ice hockey

Because I used to play!

February 10
Freestyle skiing

skiing is awesome

February 10
Figure skating

I am really not big on sports per se but I love the beauty and artistry and drama of figure skating.

February 10
Freestyle skiing

I love skiing!

February 10
Figure skating

Because it seems to be a lot of fun.

February 10
Figure skating

Because it is beautiful to watch!

February 10
Snowboarding

YOLO

February 10
Speedskating

It is a purely athletic event - requires great fitness and athleticism (both fast/slow-twitch); It is not dominated by "skill"-craft (e.g., luge/bobsled) or tactics (e.g., short-track). Results are determined by quantitative measurement (no style judgement invoked).

February 10
Bobsled

It is really hard to pick just one event. I like several, as figure skating, luge and bobsledding.. I like the figure skating because it is so elegant, the other two I have been interested in, this is my second year for them.

February 10
Ice hockey

Die hard Caps fan. Just love the sport!

February 10
Ski jumping

Sacry.

February 10
Speedskating

Speed & perfection against time

February 10
Ice hockey

Hockey best ))))))))

February 10
Alpine skiing

i ski

February 10
Ice hockey

It's the best against the best.

February 10
Alpine skiing

Joy and excitement.

February 10
Ice hockey

lets be honest

February 10
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