After the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, the record for most Gold Medals in a single Winter Olympics won by a single nation is 14, held by Canada. Since Canada set this record at a Winter Olympics that they hosted, the most Gold Medals won during a single Winter Olympics by a host nation is also 14.
German with 3 gold medals.
14 in 2010
Canada won 14 gold medals in the 2010 Vancouver games - the record for a single Winter games.
Ole Einar Bjørndalen has won the most Winter Olympic medal with 13 total medals. The American with the most Winter Olympic medals is Apolo Anton Ohno with 8 total medals.
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.
Canada. They won 14 Golds at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
That is Eric Heiden of the United States who won 5 speed skating gold medals at the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid.
Canada won 14 gold medals - a new record for the number of gold medals ever won by a single country at any Winter Olympics!
Norway is the country that has won the most number of Winter Olympic gold medals. Norway has a cumulative total of 118 gold medals.
Bulgaria has won 213 Olympic medals including the Summer and Winter games. * 207 Summer * 6 Winter