This Small Vermont Town Has Produced A Surprising Number Of Olympic Athletes

Olympic Games after Olympic Games, Vermont sends more athletes to compete per capita than any other state. In fact, it’s kind of a landslide in comparison! Check out our article here which talks about that, but for now, we’d like to move onto something a bit more perplexing. The town of Norwich has the unusual — and awesome — reputation for sending a large number of athletes to represent the United States at the Olympics every four years. With roughly 3,400 residents, the amount of Olympians from this little town in VT is staggering. Let’s take a look!

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While Norwich has a large number of Olympians from this little town in VT, it’s not the only town with a surprising fact. Your college tuition to Ivy League Dartmouth College might be free if you’re from this town in Vermont.