The United States was first with 102 medals (36 gold, 39 silver, 27 bronze), Russia was second with 92 (27 gold, 27 silver, 38 bronze), and China was third with 63 (32 gold, 17 silver, 14 bronze).
do you mean who one the most medals in the Olympics 2004? if u do then i think it was Athens/Greece
2004 Athens Olympics.
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (shooting).
Puerto Rico did not win a medal at the 2004 Games in Athens.
India won a Silver medal in Athens, Greece at the 2004 Summer Olympics
Bolivia sent 7 athletes to the 2004 Games in Athens to compete in Athletics, Gymnastics, Judo, Shooting, and Swimming. They did not win a medal.
Amir Khan. He won the Olympic Silver medal for Boxing in the 2004 Athens Olympics aged 17.
2004 was the year the Olympics were held in Athens.
Mohini Bhardwaj participated in one Olympics, the 2004 Games in Athens, and won a silver medal in Team Competition.
The 2004 Summer Olympics were held in Athens, but unlike the first answer, the first Olympics were held in Olympia not in Athens.
Pieter van den Hoogenband of The Netherlands in 48.17
2004 marked the year of the most participants of the modern Olympics. How many countries participated in the 2004 Olympics in Athens Greece? the answer is 201
In 2004, the Summer Olympics were held in Athens, Greece.
The US men's basketball team won the bronze medal at the 2004 Games in Athens.
How many Medals did the united states win in the 2004 Olympics in Athens?
1896 Summer Olympics and 2004 summer Olympics.
Adrien Hardy and Sébastien Vielledent of France.
2004 Games in Athens. He won silver in men's lightweight boxing.
As of the 2008 Games in Beijing, she has participated in one Olympics, that being the 2004 Games in Athens. She swam in the 400 meter individual medley but did not win a medal.
Sarah Ulmer won one medal at the 2004 Games in Athens. That was a gold in women's individual pursuit cycling.
In 2004 Olympics held in Athens,Greece from 13to29 august
Amir Khan won a silver medal in the men's lightweight boxing class at the 2004 Games in Athens.
United States (1996 Games in Atlanta) and Greece (2004 Games in Athens).