Greece: Eleftherios Fafalis (Cross country)
Albania: Erjon Tola (Alpine skiing)
Algeria: Christelle Laura Douibi (Alpine skiing)
Andorra: Alex Antor (Alpine skiing)
Argentina: Maria Belen Simari Birkner (Alpine skiing)
Armenia: Vazgen Azroyan (Figure skating)
Australia: Alisa Camplin (Freestyle skiing)
Austria: Renate Goetschl (Alpine skiing)
Azerbaijan: Igor Lukanin (Figure skating)
Belgium: Kevin Van Der Perren (Figure skating)
Bermuda: Patrick Singleton (Skeleton)
Belarus: Alexandre Popov (Biathlon)
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Aleksandra Vasiljevic (Biathlon)
Brazil: Isabel Clark (Snowboard)
Bulgaria: Ekaterina Dafovska (Biathlon)
Canada: Danielle Goyette (Ice hockey)
Czech Republic: Martina Sablikova (Speed skating)
Chile: Daniela Anguita (Alpine skiing)
China: Yang Yang (Short track)
Costa Rica: Arthur James Barton (Cross country)
Cyprus: Theodoros Christodoulou (Alpine skiing)
South Korea: Bora Lee (Speed skating)
North Korea: Jong-In Han (Figure skating)
Croatia: Janica Kostelic (Alpine skiing)
Denmark: Dorthe Holm (Curling)
Estonia: Eveli Saue (Biathlon)
Ethiopia: Robel Teklemariam (Cross country)
FYR Macedonia: Gorgi Markovski (Alpine skiing)
Finland: Janne Lahtela (Freestyle skiing)
France: Bruno Mingeon (Bobsleigh)
Georgia: Vakhtang Murvanidze (Figure skating)
Germany: Kati Wilhelm (Biathlon)
Japan: Joji Kato (Speed skating)
Great Britain: Rhona Martin (Curling)
Hong Kong: Yueshuang Han (Short track)
India: Neha Ahuja (Alpine skiing)
Iran: Saveh Shemshaki Shemshaki (Alpine skiing)
Ireland: Kirsten McGarry (Alpine skiing)
Iceland: Dagny Kristjansdottir (Alpine skiing)
Virgin Islands: Anne Abernathy (Luge)
Israel: Galit Chait (Figure skating)
Kazakhstan: Alexandr Koreshkov (Ice hockey)
Kenya: Phillip Boit (Cross country)
Kyrgyzstan: Ivan Borisov (Alpine skiing)
Latvia: Arturs Irbe (Ice hockey)
Lebanon: Edmond Keiroue (Alpine skiing)
Liechtenstein: Jessica Walter (Alpine skiing)
Lithuania: Vida Venciene (Chef de mission)
Luxembourg: Fleur Maxwell (Figure skating)
Madagascar: Mathieu Razanakolona (Alpine skiing)
Moldova: Natalia Levtchenkova (Biathlon)
Monaco: Patrice Servelle (Bobsleigh)
Mongolia: Khurel Baatar Khash-Erdene (Cross country)
Nepal: Dachhiri Sherpa (Cross country)
Norway: Paal Trulsen (Curling)
New Zealand Sean Becker (Curling)
Netherlands: Jan Bos (Speed skating)
Poland: Jagna Marczulajtis (Snowboard)
Portugal: Danny Silva (Cross country)
Romania: Chiper Gheorghe (Figure skating)
Russia: Dmitry Dorofeev (Speed skating)
San Marino: Marino Cardelli (Alpine skiing)
Senegal: Leyti Seck (Alpine skiing)
Serbia and Montenegro: Jelena Lolovic (Alpine skiing)
Slovakia: Walter Marx (Luge)
Slovenia: Brankovic Tadeja (Biathlon)
Spain: Maria Jose Rienda (Alpine skiing)
United States: Chris Witty (Speed skating)
South Africa: Alexander Heath (Alpine skiing)
Sweden: Anja Parson (Alpine skiing)
Switzerland: Philipp Schoch (Snowboard)
Tajikistan: Andrei Drygin (Alpine skiing)
Taiwan: Chih-Hung Ma (Luge)
Thailand: Prawat Nagvajara (Cross country)
Turkey: Tugba Karademir (Figure skating)
Ukraine: Natalia Yakushenko (Luge)
Hungary: Rozsa Darazs (Short track)
Uzbekistan: Kayrat Ermetov (Alpine skiing)
Venezuela: Werner Hoeger (Luge)
Italy: Carolina Kostner (Figure skating)
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