More than 2,900 athletes from 92 nations and territories are competing in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The event has 15 different sports (and many events within each). Which sports have the most athletes? Hockey, which requires a 23-person roster, leads the list, followed by largely individual sports, such as alpine and cross-country skiing:
Here’s how those sports break down by the number of competing countries. Again, alpine skiing is a main draw:
Here’s a breakdown of participation in each sport by gender:
And, finally, a look at how each continent is represented proportionally by sport:
Image courtesy South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism