Who has the most medals in the Winter Olympics?

Who has the most medals in the Winter Olympics?

Who has the most medals in the 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.

Who won the Olympics 2014?

Canada Defeats Sweden to Win Gold in Men’s Hockey Canada won, 3-0, and defended its Olympic title.

Which country has won the most Winter Olympic medals to date?

Sort it by country and you can see that Great Britain have won 21 medals since 1924 (which equates to 76 medallists)….Top winter Olympic medallists prior to 2010.

Country Finland
Gold 73
Silver 154
Bronze 162
Total 389

Who is the greatest winter Olympian of all time?

Marit Bjørgen
List of multiple Winter Olympic medalists

Rank Athlete Nation
1 Marit Bjørgen Norway
2 Ole Einar Bjørndalen Norway
3 Bjørn Dæhlie Norway
4 Ireen Wüst Netherlands

What was the medal table for the 2014 Winter Olympics?

World map showing the medal achievements of each country during the 2014 Winter Olympics. Legend: Gold represents countries that won at least one gold medal. Silver represents countries that won at least one silver medal. Bronze represents countries that won at least one bronze medal. Red represents countries that did not win any medals.

Who was disqualified from the 2014 Winter Olympics?

Alexander Bessmertnykh who won silver medal in relay and Nikita Kryukov who won silver medal in team sprint were disqualified on 22 December 2017. On 22 November 2017, the IOC disqualified men’s gold medallist Alexander Tretyakov and women’s bronze medallist Elena Nikitina.

What did Russia get in the 2014 Winter Olympics?

In the men’s super-G alpine skiing, two bronze medals were awarded for a third place tie. On 18 July 2016, the McLaren Report was published alleging that the Russian government had sanctioned the use of performance-enhancing drugs by Russian athletes in the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Who was the first country to win a gold medal in the Winter Olympics?

Slovenia won its first Winter Olympics gold medal ever, in alpine skiing. This was also the first Winter Olympic gold medal tie. Luger Armin Zöggeler of Italy became the first athlete to achieve six Winter Olympic medals over six consecutive games, all achieved at the men’s singles event.