Countries don't win the Olympics. The purpose is to promote the competition between skilled athletes of all nations without boundries. While there is always a nationalistic pride and the 'medal count' is often featured, there is no 'winning country' in the Olympics.
USA cause we are bomb digity
No it does not. The amount of medals that a country wins in the Olympics is determined by the number of events that they are entered in and by the capabilities of those competing. However, wealthy countries usually have a larger population to choose from and can afford to send more people to he olympics. Wealth is not a determining factor in the awarding of medals but in a round about way it does influence training, food, equipment to train with, better coaches, etc..
you would feel proud and happy with yourself (well how would you feel if you did something that wonderful for your country?!?!)
Well firstly your country has to make a video on why they should host it .
Norway wins the bronze medal in Women's Cross Country 10km classical in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Any country can participate in both the Summer and Winter Olympics. There are qualifying events that take place to determine who can participate in the games.
There is no competition for which team wins the most medals based on any criteria.
Each country usually has Olympic trials and or qualifiers. Then from there If u win the qualifier then u get to represent ur country.
you know who wins by the cumulative number of all the medals won at the end of the olympics. they are listed in the paper or on the olympics.
any country can do the Olympics
Greece was the country that started the olympics so they won in the first olympics.