Winter Olympics: The highest was 36 made by Germany - but the United States just beat it by winning their 37th medal in hockey! (Unfortunately, it was only silver. But after all, we were guaranteed a medal in hockey anyway!)
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The United States has won the most medals at the Summer Olympics in the history of the Modern Olympic Games.
It depends on what year of the Summer Olympics. In 2012 and 2008, 204 nations participated in the Summer Olympics. In 2004, 201 nations participated in the Summer Olympics.
The United States with 4.
1) 1904 in St. Louis
2) 1932 in Los Angeles
3) 1984 in Los Angeles
4) 1996 in Atlanta
The modern Summer Olympic Games was started in 1896. There have been 28 Summer Olympic Games held. The modern Winter Olympic Games were started in 1924. There have been 20 Winter Olympic Games held.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games will be held in London, England.
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The Summer Modern Olympic Games occur every four years since 1896. The Winter Modern Olympic Games also occur every four years since 1924. So, since there were Summer Olympic Games in 2008, there will be Winter Olympic Games in 2010, and more Summer Olympic Games in 2012.
Great Britain and Northern Ireland have had a gold medal in every modern Olympic games.
The word "modern" distinguishes the games since 1896 from the ancient Greek Olympic games from 776 BC. There are two Olympics games, summer and winter, referring to the season of year the games are held in and the sports contested therein.
There was no Summer Olympic Games in 2006. Argentina defeated Italy, 84-69, to win the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.