The country that has won the most gold Olympic medals is the United States. They have won a total of 1,008 gold medals as of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Germany won the most gold medals and total medals at the 1992 Games with 10 gold and 26 total.
The United States is the country with the most gold medals, receiving a total of 1063 gold medals. The US has received a total of 2549 medals of all kinds combined.
The USA with 104 total Medals has won the most medals and they also won the most Gold Medals with 46
Norway is the country that has won the most number of Winter Olympic gold medals. Norway has a cumulative total of 118 gold medals.
China received the most gold medals at the 2008 Olympics, but not the most total medals. When a country hosts the Olympics, they have a chance to receive more medals (especially gold) as they qualify for more competitions. This helped China beat the US in the largest number of gold medals, but the US still pulled out with the most total medals. I only say this because the US almost always receives the most gold medals of any country at the Olympics. It also depends on if you decide who "wins" the Olympics by the number of total medals or the number of gold only.
The United States was the victor in the 2004 Athens Olympics with 35 gold medals and 101 total medals. In terms of gold medals, China came in second with 32 (also came in third for total at 63). In terms of total medals, Russia came in second with 92 (also came in third for gold at 28).
USA won 104 total medals and 46 gold medals
The country with the most gold medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics was the United States with 46 total.
Japan won the most Olympic gold medals, with a total of 58 medals by the end of the 2004 Games.
Canada has 13 total medals including 7 gold medals
England won the most medals with 914 (343 gold, 269 silver, 302 bronze). The 343 gold was also the most gold medals won by a country.
At the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, Canada won the most gold medals of any nation at 14. However, Canada came in third for the rank of total medals, at 26. The US came in first for the rank of total medals, at 37. However, the US was tied for third with Norway in gold medals at only 9. Germany had the second most gold medals, at 10. Germany also came in third for the rank of total medals, at 30.
China had the most gold medals, while the US had the most total medals.
The Soviet Union with 27 (13 gold, 6 silver, 8 bronze). The USSR's 13 gold medals was also the most gold medals won by a country.
Norway has won the most Winter Olympic medals all time with 280, they have also won the most gold medals with 98. The US is second with 216 total medals.
china they have won 49
Well this year if you go by total gold medals Canada would've won with their 14 gold medals (Olympic record), but if you go by total The United States would've won with 37 total medals (Olympic record) and Canada third place in total medals with 26.
Through the 2006 Games in Turin, that is cross country skier Bjørn Dæhlie with 12 (8 gold, 4 silver). Dæhlie's 12 total medals and 8 gold medals is the Winter Olympics record for most total/gold medals won by an athlete.
They have won 163 gold medals at the Summer Olympics, 9 gold medals at the Winter Olympics, and 172 gold medals total.
Total 302 gold medals are awarded.
He has 11 gold medals.
the country that won the most gold medals was Canada
The United States won the most medals at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics with 37 total medals (9 Gold, 15 Silver, 13 Bronze). However, Canada and Germany both received more gold medals. Canada received 14 gold medals and Germany received 10 gold medals.
46 Gold Medals out of the 104 total medals won