Cross-country skiing at the 1924 Winter Olympics
At the 1924 Winter Olympics, two cross-country skiing events were held. The 50 km competition was held on Wednesday, 30 January 1924 and the 18 km competition was held on Saturday, 2 February 1924. The events were also part of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships as well, which would be combined until the 1980 Winter Olympics.
at the I Olympic Winter Games
|Dates||30 January–2 February|
|No. of events||2|
|Competitors||59 from 12 nations|
|Totals (2 nations)||2||2||2||6|
The results of Haug and Grøttumsbråten in the 18 km event should have been disqualified: as entrants of the Nordic combined event, they hadn't entered their names in this event. Tapani Niku wasn't however willing to be awarded the gold medal, though he later received a gold medal from the French Alp Club.
All three medalists in the 50 km also finished in their same positions in the nordic combined event.
Cross-country skiers from the United States only competed in the 18 km event. Fifteen cross-country skiers competed in both events.
A total of 59 cross-country skiers from twelve nations competed at the Chamonix Games: