Canada = 9 gold medals. (mens and womens teams combined.)
14!!! A new winter olympic record for most Gold Medals for a country! Canada Wins Mens Hockey To Beat A Record!
Canada at the 2010 games with 14 gold the record breaking gold was for mens hockey against U.S
Canada, one of the powerhouses in ice hockey, is considered the nation with the most valued gold medals in the history of Men's Ice Hockey. The Russians were close but we Canadians, have a lot of things to boast about. We won the 1972 Summit Series and we also won the gold medal at the 2010 Olympics. We should feel proud of our country!
who has won the most gold in mens Olympic hockey
yes Canada won gold in both mens and womens ice hockey at the Salt Lake City Winter games of 2002. The women repeated in 2006 at Turin. In Vancouver in 2010, both the Canadian mens and womens teams took home the gold.
He has won 2 gold medals back to back in the mens halfpipe.
India have competed at 22 Summer Olympic Games to date winning a total of 20 medals, they have also competed at 7 Winter Olympics without yet winning a medal. The 22 medalists have been: # Norman Pritchard - silver - men's 200m - 1900 Paris # Norman Pritchard - silver - men's 200m hurdles - 1900 Paris # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1928 Amsterdam # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1932 Los Angeles # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1936 Berlin # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1948 London # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1952 Helsinki # Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav - bronze - wrestling - 1952 Helsinki # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1956 Melbourne # Indian National Team - silver- mens field hockey - 1960 Rome # Indian National Team - gold- mens field hockey - 1964 Tokyo # Indian National Team - bronze - mens field hockey - 1968 Mexico # Indian National Team - bronze - mens field hockey - 1972 Munich # Indian National Team - gold - mens field hockey - 1980 Moscow # Leander Paes - bronze - Mens singles tennis - 1996 Atlanta # Karnam Malleswari - bronze - womens weightlifting - 2000 Sydney # Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore - silver - mens shooting - 2004 Athens # Abhinav Bindra - gold - mean air rifle shooting - 2008 Beijing # Sushil Kumar - bronze - wrestling - 2008 Beijing # Vijender Kumar - bronze Mens boxing - 2008 Beijing The first two medals are crediited to India by the IOC whereas the International committees credit the medals to Great Britain
Canada won six of the first seven Gold medals in hockey: Antwerp 1920 to Oslo 1952, except for Garmish 1936 where they lost to Great Britain. They then went on a fifty year drought, finally winning Gold in Salt Lake City in 2002. Therefore, Canada's men won the Gold medal in hockey seven times.
Jesse Owens took four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics including the 100M Mens, 200M Mens, 4x100 mens relay and the long jump. also hitlor
Canada won the mens hockey olympics.
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The Philippines currently have 5 medals. 3 Gold 1 Silver and 1 Bronze. The breakdown is below: 1 Gold - Mens Judo 1 Gold - Female 65kg weightlifitng 1 Gold - Female Archery 1 Silver - Mens Solo sailing 1 Bronze - Mens 100m FreeStyle
i guess only one time in 1960 Mens hockey.
Canada last won the gold in 2002
4 Gold (Laser - mens, Yngling - Womens Keelboat, Fin and Star - Mens Keelboat) 1 Silver (470 - mens) 1 Bronze (Sailboard - Womens)
Great Britain did NOT win the Gold Medal in Ice Hockey in 1988 the Soviet Union did.Great Britain won the Gold Medal in Ice Hockey at the 1936 Winter Olympics.
The country with the most ice hockey medals is Canada. They have a total of 11 (8 for the men's team and 3 for the women's team). After them is the Soviet Union with 7 (all mens). After that is the United States with a total of 3 (2 for the men's team and 1 for the women's team). Note: women's hockey was not added until 1998, so the Soviet Union never had a womens team.
The New Zealand men won the gold medal in field hockey at the 1976 Summer Games in Montreal.