Greece won the most medals at the 1896 Games with 46 (10 gold, 17 silver, 19 bronze).
That was the 1896 Games in Athens when Greece won 46 medals (10 gold, 17 silver, 19 bronze).
At the first modern Olympics held in Athens, Greece in 1896, Greece won the most medals with 47 (10 gold, 18 silver, 19 bronze).
Canada received the most gold medals in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. They received 14 gold medals.
Greece won the most medals at the 1st modern Olympics held in 1896. They won 10 gold, 17 silver, and 19 bronze for a total of 46 medals. The United States won the most gold medals with 11.
Germany had the most gold medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics with 11.
As of the 2008 Games, since the modern Olympics began in 1896, the United States has won the most gold medals (896) and total medals (2191) in the Summer Olympics. The Soviet Union/Russia is second in both gold (395) and total (1010) medals. Since the Winter Olympics began, Norway has won the most gold (98) and total (280) medals in the Winter Games. The United States and Soviet Union/Russia are tied for second most gold medals (78) and the US is second in total medals (216) and the Soviet Union/Russia is third (194).
Canada won 14 gold medals at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Michael Phelps holds the record for most gold medals in a single Olympics. He won 8 at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Canada won most gold medals (14) overall in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Germany won the most gold medals at the 1998 Winter Olympics with 12.
China- 51 Gold Medals
China received the most gold medals at the 2008 Olympics, but not the most total medals. When a country hosts the Olympics, they have a chance to receive more medals (especially gold) as they qualify for more competitions. This helped China beat the US in the largest number of gold medals, but the US still pulled out with the most total medals. I only say this because the US almost always receives the most gold medals of any country at the Olympics. It also depends on if you decide who "wins" the Olympics by the number of total medals or the number of gold only.
No it is not, The Olympics are won and given to the country who bided the most for it.
Norway and Finland won the most gold medals at the 1924 Winter Olympics with 4 each.
The Unites States has won the most gold medals in the history of the Olympics.
The USA won 46 Gold Medals
Mark Spitz (7 gold medals).
Norway with 13 gold medals.
United States (37 gold medals)
The country with the most gold medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics was the United States with 46 total.
For the first Modern Olympic Games in 1896, Greece won the most medals with 46 and the United States won the most gold medals with 11. Other countries that won medals at the first Modern Olympics were Germany, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Austria, Australia, Denmark, and Switzerland.
The USA with 46 Gold Medals has won the most.
the country that won the most gold medals was Canada
Yes Country with most golds in an Olympics wins that Olympics No that is wrong The country with the most medals wins the overall olympics.If you only counted gold medals as " What country won " then why have silver or bronze , just have gold and do away with the rest. so that being said the country with the most medals wins !