Cross country skier Bjørn Dæhlie of Norway with 8 at the 1992, 1994, and 1998 Winter Games.
Canada received the most gold medals in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. They received 14 gold medals.
Canada won 14 gold medals at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Germany had the most gold medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics with 11.
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.
Norway and Finland won the most gold medals at the 1924 Winter Olympics with 4 each.
The Winter olympics was not held in 2000.
Canada won the most gold medals with 14. It is also the most gold medals won in Winter Olympic history.
the country that won the most gold medals was Canada
They did not win in most gold medals, but won in most medals.
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.
They did because they won the most gold medals.
Canada. 14 in 2010.
Canada won the most gold medals in one Winter Olympics with 14 in 2010.
Germany won the most medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics with 29: 11 gold, 12 silver and 6 bronze.
The country that has won the most gold Olympic medals is the United States. They have won a total of 1,008 gold medals as of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The United States of America won 37 gold medals in the last winter Olympics, held in 2010 in Vancouver, Canada. This is the record for most medals during one Olympics.
Canada with 14 gold medals in the 2010 Winter Olympics.
After being gold-less in both the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary!! Canada won The Most Gold Medals despite USA winning the most medals!! Canada won 14 Gold Medals!! Two of them are the Most Important Gold Medals we've won!! HOCKEY (both men and women) See You In Sochi