Which country won the most medals in the 2010 Winter Olympics?

The 2010 Winter Olympics were held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from February 12–28. More than 2,600 athletes participated, and athletes from 26 different countries won medals. The United States came out on top in the medal count—winning a total of 37—while host country Canada won the most gold, with 14.

Who won the most medals in the 2010 Olympics?

The United States
The United States placed first in total medals—its second time doing so in a Winter Games—and set a record for most medals won at a single Winter Olympics, with 37, breaking the previous record of 36, set by Germany in 2002.

Who won the Sochi Olympics?


Russia 13 33
United States 9 28
Norway 11 26
Canada 10 25

Was there an Olympics in 2010?

The city of Vancouver was elected host city of the XXI Olympic Winter Games in 2010 at the 115th IOC Session in Prague on 2 July 2003.

Which country has won the Olympics most?

United States
Tokyo Olympics medal table – which country has won most golds?

Rank Country Total
1 United States 113
2 China 88
3 Japan 58
4 Great Britain 65

Which is the only country to have won a gold medal at every Winter Olympics?

Norway is the most successful nation of all time at the Winter Olympic Games, having amassed a total of 368 medals since the first Winter Olympics in 1924 – this tally includes 132 gold medals, 125 silver, and 111 bronze.

Which is the only country to win a gold medal at every Summer Olympics?

Great Britain
The only country to have won at least one gold medal at every Summer Olympic Games is Great Britain, ranging from one gold in 1904, 1952 and 1996 to fifty-six golds in 1908.