Winter Olympics originated from the success of the summer Olympics and is also held on a schedule of every four years. Organizers divided the winter Olympics games into three categories and the number of games increases with each passing year as athletes and players compete in more games. Unlike its sister, the summer Olympics, the unique conditions of the winter Olympics limits athletes to competing on snow and ice. The main aim of these games was a subject of debate for long, but its benefits match the competitive spirit of the Olympic games.

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6’0” | 1.83 m
December 16, 1985
Alberto Tomba
183.000
1985.00
1000
3D
Alberto Tomba
6’3” | 1.91 m
September 17, 1985
Alex Ovechkin
191.000
1985.00
48000
3D
Alex Ovechkin
5’6” | 1.68 m
August 16, 1991
Anna Gasser
168.000
1991.00
12000
3D
Anna Gasser
6’3” | 1.91 m
September 17, 1997
Auston Matthews
191.000
1997.00
30000
3D
Auston Matthews
6’0” | 1.83 m
March 20, 1948
Bobby Orr
183.000
1948.00
20000
3D
Bobby Orr
6’2” | 1.88 m
October 12, 1977
Bode Miller
188.000
1977.00
12000
3D
Bode Miller
5’11” | 1.80 m
October 22, 1963
Brian Boitano
180.000
1963.00
14000
3D
Brian Boitano
5’3” | 1.60 m
April 23, 2000
Chloe Kim
160.000
2000.00
41000
3D
Chloe Kim
6’1” | 1.85 m
January 13, 1997
Connor McDavid
185.000
1997.00
38000
3D
Connor McDavid
5’4” | 1.63 m
July 26, 1956
Dorothy Hamill
163.000
1956.00
36000
3D
Dorothy Hamill
5'2" | 1.57 m
November 19, 1999
Evgenia Medvedeva
157.000
1999.00
16000
3D
Evgenia Medvedeva
42” | 106.7 cm (Boards)
98.43’ | 30 m
196.85’ | 60 m
18,707 ft² | 1738 m²
Figure Skating Rink
106.700
3000.000
6000.000
1738.00
90
https://p3d.in/e/gFLfM
3D
Figure Skating Rink3D model of a Figure Skating Rink viewed in perspective3D model of a Figure Skating Rink viewed in perspective
6’0” | 1.83 m
December 3, 1953
Franz Klammer
183.000
1953.00
1600
3D
Franz Klammer
6’0” | 1.83 m
March 31, 1928
Gordie Howe
183.000
1928.00
21000
3D
Gordie Howe
5’5” | 1.65 m
April 10, 1981
Gretchen Bleiler
165.000
1981.00
1200
3D
Gretchen Bleiler
5’7” | 1.70 m
January 27, 1987
Hannah Teter
170.000
1987.00
6400
3D
Hannah Teter
48” | 120 cm (Inside)
72” | 180 cm (Inside)
40” | 100 cm
Ice Hockey Goal
120.000
180.000
100.000
300
https://p3d.in/e/tFkEq
3D
Ice Hockey GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey Goal
15”-15.5” | 38.1-39.4 cm (Blade Length)
.88”-1.13” | 22.4-28.7 mm (Shaft)
56”-63” | 142.2-160 cm
21.2-29.1 oz | 600-825 g
Ice Hockey Goalie Stick
39.400
2.870
160.000
0.825
600
https://p3d.in/e/MHd6R
3D
Ice Hockey Goalie StickView of a Ice Hockey Goalie Stick in 3D available for downloadView of a Ice Hockey Goalie Stick in 3D available for download
1” | 25.4 mm
3” | 76.2 mm (Diameter)
5.5-6 oz | 156-170 g
Ice Hockey Puck
2.540
7.620
0.170
11150
https://p3d.in/e/Gy3ao
3D
Ice Hockey Puck3D model of an Ice Hockey Puck viewed in perspective3D model of an Ice Hockey Puck viewed in perspective
11.5’ | 3.5 m (Overall Safety Wall)
98.42’ | 30 m
200.13’ | 61 m
19,000 ft² | 1,765 m²
Ice Hockey Rink - International
350.000
3000.000
6100.000
1765.00
1900
https://p3d.in/e/LecR4
3D
Ice Hockey Rink - International3D model of a Ice Hockey Rink (Internationa)l viewed in perspective3D model of a Ice Hockey Rink (Internationa)l viewed in perspective
12.6”-15.75” | 32-40 cm
.88”-1.13” | 22.4-28.7 mm (Shaft)
56”-63” | 142.2-160 cm
14.64-16.75 oz | 415-475 g
Ice Hockey Stick
40.000
2.870
160.000
0.475
18200
https://p3d.in/e/hdnSi
3D
Ice Hockey StickPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey StickPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey Stick
5’11” | 1.80 m
March 18, 1956
Ingemar Stenmark
180.000
1956.00
1100
3D
Ingemar Stenmark
6’3” | 1.91 m
February 15, 1972
Jaromír Jágr
191.000
1972.00
18000
3D
Jaromír Jágr
5’5” | 1.65 m
December 3, 1965
Katarina Witt
165.000
1965.00
19000
3D
Katarina Witt
4’11.5” | 1.51 m
July 12, 1971
Kristi Yamaguchi
151.000
1971.00
15000
3D
Kristi Yamaguchi
5’10” | 1.78 m
October 18, 1984
Lindsey Vonn
178.000
1984.00
64000
3D
Lindsey Vonn
6’2” | 1.88 m
November 28, 1984
Marc-André Fleury
188.000
1984.00
25600
3D
Marc-André Fleury
6’4” | 1.93 m
October 5, 1965
Mario Lemieux
193.000
1965.00
21000
3D
Mario Lemieux
5’11” | 1.80 m
June 6, 1994
Max Parrot
180.000
1994.00
7900
3D
Max Parrot
5'2" | 1.57 m
July 7, 1980
Michelle Kwan
157.000
1980.00
33000
3D
Michelle Kwan
5’10” | 1.78 m
November 19, 1988
Patrick Kane
178.000
1988.00
35000
3D
Patrick Kane
5’4” | 1.63 m
July 27, 1948
Peggy Fleming
163.000
1948.00
5300
3D
Peggy Fleming
5’4” | 1.63 m
August 28, 1958
Scott Hamilton
163.000
1958.00
15000
3D
Scott Hamilton
6’2” | 1.88 m
July 6, 1994
Scott James
188.000
1994.00
2800
3D
Scott James
5’8” | 1.73 m
September 3, 1986
Shaun White
173.000
1986.00
68000
3D
Shaun White
5’11” | 1.80 m
August 7, 1987
Sidney Crosby
180.000
1987.00
58000
3D
Sidney Crosby
.75” | 19.1 mm (Pole)
44”-52” | 110-130 cm
10.23-13.05 oz | 290-370 g
Ski Poles
1.910
130.000
0.370
6400
https://p3d.in/e/fukm8
3D
Ski Poles3D model of a Ski Pole viewed in perspective3D model of a Ski Pole viewed in perspective
6’1” | 1.85 m
November 14, 1991
Taylor Hall
185.000
1991.00
44000
3D
Taylor Hall
5'5" | 1.65 m (Tessa); 5’11” | 1.80 m (Scott)
May 17, 1989 (Tessa); September 2, 1987 (Scott)
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir
180.000
1987.00
13100
3D
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir
5’11” | 1.80 m
October 9, 1982
Travis Rice
180.000
1982.00
8800
3D
Travis Rice
6’0” | 1.83 m
January 26, 1961
Wayne Gretzky
183.000
1961.00
93000
3D
Wayne Gretzky
5’7.5” | 1.71 m
December 7, 1994
Yuzuru Hanyu
171.000
1994.00
38000
3D
Yuzuru Hanyu
Gretchen Bleiler
Series of scaled illustrations comparing the height of Gretchen Bleiler with other related snowboarders

Gretchen Bleiler is a former American snowboarder, known for winning at the 2006 Olympics. She began snowboarding at the age of 11 and turned professional in 1996. Gretchen Bleiler has won 1 New Zealand Winter Games, 5 Winter X Games, and 2 Winter Dew Tours. She is first female snowboarder to perfect an Inverted Backside 540, also known as ‘The Crippler’. Gretchen Bleiler announced her retirement in January of 2014 after being injured during a training accident in 2012 which unfortunately did not allow her to make the 2014 Winter Olympics team. She is currently pursuing other interests like writing, teaching, entrepreneurship, and activism.

Gretchen Bleiler has a height of 5’5” (1.65 m).

Drawings of Gretchen Bleiler in a range of snowboarding positions labeled with overall height
Gretchen Bleiler is a former American snowboarder, known for winning at the 2006 Olympics. She began snowboarding at the age of 11 and turned professional in 1996. Gretchen Bleiler has won 1 New Zealand Winter Games, 5 Winter X Games, and 2 Winter Dew Tours.

Gretchen Bleiler has a height of 5’5” (1.65 m).

Drawings of Gretchen Bleiler in a range of snowboarding positions labeled with overall height
Gretchen Bleiler
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5’5” | 1.65 m
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 2003-2014

Birthday
April 10, 1981

Drawings include:
Gretchen Bleiler standing, snowboarding (various)

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Auston Matthews
Height comparison diagram of Auston Matthews compared to other ice hockey players

While other athletes count their field success in talent and skills, America’s Auston Matthews athletic background may also have a lot in his ice hockey successes. In his childhood, he played baseball and hockey before settling for professional ice hockey. He plays the center position in the National Hockey League (NHL) and also as a captain for Toronto Maple Leafs. Before being drafted in the NHL, he played for the ZSC Lions and took home the Swiss Cup. Auston also won the Calder Memorial Trophy and Bob Johnson Award for his outstanding performance in the NHL. While representing the US in international tournaments, he won two gold medals in International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World U18 Championship and World U-17 Hockey Challenge.

Auston Matthews has a height of 6’3” (1.91 m).

Set of illustrations of Auston Matthews in various ice hockey poses dimensioned with overall height
While other athletes count their field success in talent and skills, America’s Auston Matthews athletic background may also have a lot in his ice hockey successes. In his childhood, he played baseball and hockey before settling for professional ice hockey. He plays the center position.

Auston Matthews has a height of 6’3” (1.91 m).

Set of illustrations of Auston Matthews in various ice hockey poses dimensioned with overall height
Auston Matthews
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6’3” | 1.91 m
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 2016—

Birthday
September 17, 1997

Drawings include:
Auston Matthews standing, ice hockey (various)

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Franz Klammer

Franz Klammer is an Austrian former Alpine ski racer known for dominating the Downhill skiing discipline. Franz Klammer won the Downhill skiing event in 4 consecutive World Cup seasons from 1975 to 1978. He also earned the Olympic gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics wining the Downhill event. Throughout his career Franz Klammer won 25 World Cup Downhill races and currently holds the most victories on the full course at Kitzbuhel. Franz Klammer retired in March of 1985 at the of 31. After his retirement he became involved in car racing and competed 4 seasons in the German Touring Car Championship.

Franz Klammer has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Series of elevation drawings of Franz Klammer in skiing positions measured with overall height
Franz Klammer is an Austrian former Alpine ski racer known for dominating the Downhill skiing discipline. Franz Klammer won the Downhill skiing event in 4 consecutive World Cup seasons from 1975 to 1978. He also earned the Olympic gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics wining the Downhill event.

Franz Klammer has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Series of elevation drawings of Franz Klammer in skiing positions measured with overall height
Franz Klammer
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6’0” | 1.83 m
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Nationality: Austria

Years Active: 1974-1985

Birthday
December 3, 1953

Drawings include:
Franz Klammer standing, skiing

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Ski Poles
Group of scaled illustrations of various sporting equipment compared to the Ski Pole

Ski Poles, also referred to as sticks or stocks, are used by skiers to balance and pull themselves while skiing. Ski Poles are used in Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, and Cross-Country Skiing, but are not used by ski jumpers. Ski Poles have a basket and grip elements. The basket is designed to stop the pole from sinking too deep into the snow and the grip slips over the wrist of the skier. The length and material of Ski Poles depend on the preferences of the skier. The different types of Ski Poles include Racing Poles, Super Giant Slalom Poles, and Nordic Walking Poles.

Ski Poles have a length of 44”-52” (110-130 cm) and pole diameter of .75” (19.1 mm). The mass of a Ski Pole is between 10.23-13.05 oz (290-370 g).

Drawing of a Ski Poles showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
Ski Poles, also referred to as sticks or stocks, are used by skiers to balance and pull themselves while skiing. Ski Poles are used in Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, and Cross-Country Skiing, but are not used by ski jumpers. Ski Poles have a basket and grip elements.

Ski Poles have a length of 44”-52” (110-130 cm) and pole diameter of .75” (19.1 mm). The mass of a Ski Pole is between 10.23-13.05 oz (290-370 g).

Drawing of a Ski Poles showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
Ski Poles
Height:
Width:
.75” | 19.1 mm (Pole)
Length:
44”-52” | 110-130 cm
Depth:
Weight:
10.23-13.05 oz | 290-370 g
Area:

Basket Diameter: 2”-4” | 50.8-101.6 mm
Materials: Carbon fiber, graphite, wood (traditional)


Skier Heights:

5’1”-5’3”: 44” | 110 cm

5’4”-5’6”: 46” | 115 cm

5’7”-5’9”: 48” | 120 cm

5’10”-6’: 50” | 125 cm

6’1”-6’6”: 52” | 130 cm

Birthday

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Ski Poles Elevations (various)

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Maxence 'Max' Parrot
Series of scaled illustrations comparing the height of Max Parrot with other related snowboarders

Max Parrot is a Canadian snowboarder, known for being is a 7-time X-Games champion and an Olympic medalist. He began snowboarding at the age of 10 and turned professional at the age of 16. Max Parrot represented Canada in the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. He performed the first Backside Triple Cork ever seen at an X-Games event and became the first snowboarder to successfully land continuous triple jumps in the Slopestyle event. Max Parrot also executed the first Cab Quadruple Underflip 1620 in 2015 and the Cab 1800 Triple Cork in 2016 in the X-Games. He has won 13 X-Game medals in total.

Max Parrot has a height of 5’11” (1.80 m).

Drawings of Max Parrot in a range of snowboarding positions labeled with overall height
Max Parrot is a Canadian snowboarder, known for being is a 7-time X-Games champion and an Olympic medalist. He began snowboarding at the age of 10 and turned professional at age 16. Max Parrot represented Canada in the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. He performed the first Backside Triple Cork.

Max Parrot has a height of 5’11” (1.80 m).

Drawings of Max Parrot in a range of snowboarding positions labeled with overall height
Maxence 'Max' Parrot
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5’11” | 1.80 m
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Nationality: Canada

Years Active: 2014—

Birthday
June 6, 1994

Drawings include:
Max Parrot standing, snowboarding (various)

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