|Host city||Vorarlberg, Austria and Liechtenstein|
|Motto||Rock the Alps !|
|Opening ceremony||25 January 2015|
|Closing ceremony||30 January 2015|
|Officially opened by||Heinz Fischer (Austria) and Alois of Liechtenstein|
|Athlete's Oath||Xaver Kuster|
|Judge's Oath||Marion Vettori|
|Main venue||Montafon Nordic Sportszentrum|
The 2015 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival was held in Vorarlberg, Austria and Liechtenstein between 25 and 30 January 2015. It was the first time that two countries become hosts in a European Youth Olympic Festival.
Alpy the marmot is the mascot for 2015 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival.
- Aktivpark Montafon (Ice hockey)
- Gaschurn (Nordic combined)
- Messestadion Dornbirn (Figure skating)
- Montafon Nordic Sportszentrum (Ski jumping, Nordic combined)
- Schruns – Hochjoch (Snowboard)
- Tschengla (Biathlon)
- St. Gallenkirch – Garfrescha (Alpine skiing)
Venues in Liechtenstein:
The opening ceremony for 2015 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival took place on 25 January in Montafon Nordic Sportszentrum in Tschagguns, Austria. Featuring about 150 amateur performers, the show focused about the close relation between the two co-hosts. The ceremony started with the parade of athletes from 45 countries, with the team from Austria and Liechtenstein marched together at the end of the parade. Carmen Wyler (Liechtenstein) and Thomas Pegram (Austria) then sang the national anthems of the hosts. After the speeches from ÖOC Secretary General Peter Mennel and EOC President Patrick Hickey, the Games were officially opened together by Heinz Fischer, President of Austria and Alois, Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein. Then, Xaver Kuster, an Austrian snowboarder took the athletes' oath, followed by Marion Vettori for the judges' oath and Ralf Jegler (alpine skiing coach of Liechtenstein) for the coaches' oath.
Russia topped the medal standings with 6 golds, 6 silvers, and four bronzes. Meanwhile, Germany had the highest medal count with 20.
|12||Czech Republic (CZE)||0||1||1||2|
|Totals (17 nations)||30||30||32||92|
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