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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.

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Which country finished second in medals at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics?

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Which country hosted the 1976 winter Olympics?

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What is the record for any country for Olympic Gold medals at any Winter Olympics?

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In 1976 which country the games were held?

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What country won the most medals in the Olympics of 1976?

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Who hosted winter Olympics in 1976?

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In what sport did the US win two of its three gold medals at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics?

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What country won the most gold medals in the winter Olympics?

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How many medals did Great Britain win in the 1976 Olympics?

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