2012 Winter Youth Olympics national flag bearers

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The following is a list of national flagbearers for the 70 countries which took part in the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.

Athletes entered the stadium in an order dictated by tradition. As the originator of the Olympics, Greece entered first. Austrian delegates entered last, representing the host nation. The delegations entered by German the official language of the host nation.

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Order Nation German Flag bearer Sport
1  Greece (GRE) Griechenland Anastasia Gkogkou[1] Alpine skiing
2  Andorra (AND) Andorra Sara Ramentol[1] Alpine skiing
3  Argentina (ARG) Argentinien Ramiro Fregonese[1] Alpine skiing
4  Armenia (ARM) Armenien Lilit Tonoyan[1] Cross-country skiing
5  Australia (AUS) Australien Greta Small[2] Alpine skiing
6  Belarus (BLR) Belarus Anastasiya Lesik[1] Alpine skiing
7  Belgium (BEL) Belgien Sebbe De Buck[1] Snowboarding
8  Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) Bosnien und Herzegovina Kerim Catal[1] Luge
9  Brazil (BRA) Brasilien Eliza Nobre[1] Alpine skiing
10  Bulgaria (BUL) Bulgarien Aleksandra Popova[1] Alpine skiing
11  Chile (CHI) Chile Sebastian Echeverría[1] Alpine skiing
12  China (CHN) (People's Republic of China) Volksrepublik China Han Yan[1] Figure skating
13  Denmark (DEN) Dänemark Philip Due Schmidt[1] Speed skating
14  Germany (GER) Deutschland Katharina Althaus[1] Ski jumping
15  Macedonia (MKD) (Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia) Ehemalige Jugoslawische Republik Mazedonien Marijan Nasoku[1] Alpine skiing
16  Eritrea (ERI) Eritrea Shannon Abeda[1] Alpine skiing
17  Estonia (EST) Estland Rene Zahkna[1] Biathlon
18  Finland (FIN) Finnland Katri Lylynpera[1] Cross-country skiing
19  France (FRA) Frankreich Estelle Alphand[1] Alpine skiing
20  Georgia (GEO) Georgia Susana Gavva[1] Alpine skiing
21  Great Britain (GBR) Grossbritannien Katie Summerhayes[3] Freestyle skiing
22  India (IND) Indien Aanchal Thakur[1] Alpine skiing
23  Iran (IRI) (Islamic Republic of Iran) Islamische Republik Iran Yaghoub Kiashemshaki[1] Cross-country skiing
24  Ireland (IRL) Irland Florence Bell[1] Alpine skiing
25  Iceland (ISL) Island Jakob Bjarnason[1] Alpine skiing
26  Italy (ITA) Italien Florian Gruber[1] Luge
27  Japan (JPN) Japan Sumire Kikuchi[1] Short track speed skating
Speed skating
28  Cayman Islands (CAY) Kaimaninseln Dean Travers[1] Alpine skiing
29  Canada (CAN) Kanada Corryn Brown[4] Curling
30  Kazakhstan (KAZ) Kazakhstan Kanat Khamitov[1] Ski jumping
31  Kyrgyzstan (KGZ) Kirgisistan Zafar Shakhmuratov[1] Cross-country skiing
32  South Korea (KOR) (Rep. of Korea) Republik Korea Dong-Woo Kim[1] Alpine skiing
33  Croatia (CRO) Kroatien Istok Rodeš[1] Alpine skiing
34  Latvia (LAT) Lettland Ulla Zirne[1] Luge
35  Lebanon (LIB) Libanon Alexandre Mohbat[1] Alpine skiing
36  Liechtenstein (LIE) Liechtenstein Martin Vögeli[1] Cross-country skiing
37  Lithuania (LTU) Litauen Rokas Zaveckas[1] Alpine skiing
38  Luxembourg (LUX) Luxemburg Catherine Elvinger[1] Alpine skiing
39  Morocco (MAR) Marokko Adam Lamhamedi[1] Alpine skiing
40  Mexico (MEX) Mexiko Joshua Montiel Santander[1] Skeleton
41  Moldova (MDA) (Rep. of Moldova) Moldawien Irina Cozonac[1] Biathlon
42  Monaco (MON) Moncao Rudy Rinaldi[1] Bobsleigh
43  Mongolia (MGL) Mongolei Dandar Usukhbayar[1] Cross-country skiing
44  Montenegro (MNE) Montenegro Milena Radojicic[1] Alpine skiing
45  Nepal (NEP) Nepal Bibash Lama[1] Alpine skiing
46  New Zealand (NZL) New Zealand Beau-James Wells[5] Freestyle skiing
47  Netherlands (NED) Niederlande Oldrik van der Aalst[1] Ski jumping
48  Norway (NOR) Norwegen Ina Roll Backe[1] Curling
49  Peru (PER) Peru Isabella Todd[1] Alpine skiing
50  Philippines (PHI) Philippinen Abel Tesfamariam[1] Alpine skiing
51  Poland (POL) Polen Urszula Letocha[1] Cross-country skiing
52  Romania (ROU) Rumänien Daniel Pripici[1] Cross-country skiing
53  Russia (RUS) Russische Föderation Sergei Mozgov[1] Figure skating
54  San Marino (SMR) San Marino Vincenzo Michelotti[6] Alpine skiing
55  Sweden (SWE) Schweden Linn Petersson[1] Hockey
56  Switzerland (SUI) Schweiz Jasmina Suter[1] Alpine skiing
57  Serbia (SRB) Serbien Dženis Avdić[7] Biathlon
58  Slovakia (SVK) Slowakei Andrej Segec[1] Cross-country skiing
59  Slovenia (SLO) Slowenien Tim-Kevin Ravnjak[1] Snowboarding
60  Spain (ESP) Spanien Manex Azula[1] Snowboarding
61  South Africa (RSA) Südafrika Sive Speelman[1] Alpine skiing
62  Chinese Taipei (TPE) Chinese Taipei Lien Te-An[1] Luge
63  Czech Republic (CZE) Tschechische Republik Petr Knop[1] Cross-country skiing
64  Turkey (TUR) Türkei Dila Kavur[1] Alpine skiing
65  Ukraine (UKR) Ukraine Anton Dukach[1] Luge
66  Hungary (HUN) Ungarn David Panyik[1] Biathlon
67  Uzbekistan (UZB) Uzbekistan Arkadiy Semenchenko[1] Alpine skiing
68  United States (USA) Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Jake Peterson[1] Bobsleigh
69  Cyprus (CYP) Zypern Dinos Lefkaritis[1] Alpine skiing
70  Austria (AUT) Österreich Tamara Grascher[1] Hockey

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