As for the Winter Olympics of 2010, the country that holds the record for getting the most medals at a single Winter Olympics is Canada, and the country that has a higher total number of medals won is the United States.
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 total medals (26) and most gold medals (10) at the 1992 Winter Games in Albertville.
Germany won the most gold medals and total medals at the 1992 Games with 10 gold and 26 total.
37 medals overallThe US won a total of 37 medals, breaking the record for most medals won by any country at a single winter Olympic games.
There is no "winning country" in the Olympics. The games celebrate human achievement not national achievement. That being said, the US has won the most medals overall in all of the Olympics, Canada may well have won the most Gold Medals in a Winter Olympics and the US may well have won the most medals of any type in any of the Winter Olympics. I don't know which country has won the most Golds and most medals overall in the Summer Olympics.
Australia has won a total of 137 silver medals at summer Olympics and 0 at the winter Olympics.
United States of America with 37 Medals Total, And We Set A Record For The Most Medals In One Olympics.
Norway won the most medals of the 1994 Winter Olympics with a total of 26.
That was Germany with 11 gold, 12 silver, and 6 bronze for a total of 29 medals won.
Russia received the most medals in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Here are the top ten countries that received the most medals: 1. Russian Fed. - 33 total medals 2. United States - 28 total medals 3. Norway - 26 total medals 4. Canada - 25 total medals 5. Netherlands - 24 total medals 6. Germany - 19 total medals 7. Austria - 17 total medals 8. France - 15 total medals 9. Sweden - 15 total medals 10. Switzerland - 11 total medals