USA more medals than any other country
Norway has won 280 medals at the Olympic winter games; more than any other country.
The United States is always on the top three in most medals or gold medasl is every Olympic they participate in.
Yes men do gymnastics and many medals were won by them at the London and other Olympic Games.
USA has won more medals than any other country.
French and English. However, the other language(s) used at the Olympic games is the language(s) of the host country.
As of the 2008 Games ... Hungary and Great Britain have won 3 gold medals in men's football and Uruguay and the Soviet Union have won 2. No other country has won more than one gold. The United States has won 2 gold medals in women's football and Norway has won 1.
Pure gold is too soft, even to be used for medals.
LeBron James won two Olympic gold medals. One came in Beijing in 2008 and the other in London in 2012.
23 gold medals Michael Phelps' 28 medals spanning five Games is unrivaled, and no other Olympic athlete comes close to his 23 gold medals. The swimmer made his mark on the Games starting over 20 years ago at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, when, at 15 years old, he became the youngest man on U.S. Olympic swim team in 68 years.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing no woman athlete, American or other country, has won 5 Olympic gold medals in track and field. The most won by an American woman is 4 by Evelyn Ashford, 1 in the 100 meter dash and 3 in the 4x100 meter relay. Three other women have won 4 Olympic gold medals in track and field ... Bärbel Wöckel of East Germany, Betty Cuthbert of Australia, and Fanny Blankers-Koen of Netherlands.
No. There were no Olympic games beside the on from Olympia.
No person won 14 medals. Micheal Phelps got the world record of 8 gold medals. These medals add to his other medals to get a total of 16 Olympic medals.
Yes, if you hold dual citizenship. The US is one country that permits it, but many do not.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Nigeria has won 23 Olympic medals (2 gold, 9 silver, 12 bronze). Both of Nigeria's gold medals came in the 1996 Games in Atlanta, one by Chioma Ajunwa in women's long jump and the other by the men's football team.
The same way all other sports do: by qualification.
Ian Thorpe is an Australian olympic swimmer. He has won more gold medals at the olympic games than any other athlete in any sport from Australia with a total of 5. His specialty is the 200m and 400m freestyle. Ian retired after the Athens games in 2004, but did attempt to make a comeback to qualify for the London games in 2012, however failed to make the Australian team.
If you're asking how many Olympic gold medals Lisa Wang has won, she hasn't won any - she's never been to the Olympics. She missed qualifying for the 2008 Olympics by 3/10 of a point. Usually when people say "gold medals" they are asking about medals won at the Olympic Games. However, she has won medals at other events, including 5 gold medals at the 2008 National Championship. She now attends Yale University.
Canada won 14 gold medals in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. However, the United States of America won the most medals overall, with 37 medals in total. Canada also broke the record for most Winter Games gold medals won in any given year. What is so exciting about this for Canadians is that before 2010, a gold medal had not been won on Canadian soil. In other words, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games was a huge success for Canadian athletes, breaking many records and setting many firsts. Congrats to all the athletes around the world, good work!
Neither of them won as they do not play against each other without you playing as one of them. Also, you can not win the oylmpic games in the game, only play in the events and get medals.