they win in the swimming events such as breststoke
Swimming won them 10 Medals including a Gold Medal 6 Silver medals and 3 Bronze Medals
Australia has won the most gold medals with 14 so far.
During the 2004 Athens games, Australia won 17 gold medals.
The most medals won is Australia with 89 medals in 2006
As of the 2008 Games, that would be swimming. Australia has won 50 gold medals in swimming. Second is athletics with 18 gold medals and third is cycling with 13 gold medals.
Michael Phelps of the United States with 14 gold medals in swimming.
track and field
the answer for this is gymastics
In 1928 Japan won it's first gold medal. It does vary for Japan's most (gold) medals in that Olympic sport. It could be in the winter or summer olympics. Personally I think they would have more ping pong medals.
Through the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, the Summer Olympic sport that Canada has won the most medals and most gold medals in is athletics (track and field). Canada has won 52 medals in athletics (13 gold, 14 silver, 25 bronze). Canada has won the second most Summer medals in swimming (40 total, 7 gold, 13 silver, 20 bronze) and the second most gold medals in rowing (9 gold medals).Through the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, the Winter Olympic sport that Canada has won the most medals in is speed skating (28 total, 6 gold, 10 silver, 12 bronze) and the sport they have won the most gold medals in is ice hockey (9 gold medals). Canada has won the second most Winter medals in short track speed skating (20 total, 5 gold, 8 silver, 7 bronze) and figure skating (20 total, 3 gold, 7 silver, 10 bronze) and the second most gold medals in speed skating (6 gold medals).