Czechoslovakia At The 1992 Winter Olympics
Czechoslovakia competed at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. The team consisted of 74 athletes, which was the largest number at that time. It was the last time Czechoslovakia participated in the Winter Olympics, because the state split to Czech Republic and Slovakia and both countries entered their independent teams to the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Cross-country skier Pavel Benc was the flag-bearer of the country in the opening ceremony.
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