I belive the 2008 Russian Olympic team is made up of 467 athletes, competing in 244 events Rob
Gymnast Larissa Latynina of the former Soviet Union has won 9 gold medals, the most of any woman in Summer Olympics history. She won gold in three different Olympics: 1956 - Team competition, All Around, Vault, Floor Exercise 1960 - Team Competition, All Around, Floor Exercise 1964 - Team Competition, Floor Exercise She also won 5 silver and 4 bronze medals in her Olympic career. Her 18 total Olympic medals is a record for most medals won by an individual in Olympic competition.
Magic has one gold medal as a member of the 1992 United States men's basketball team.
At the Olympics, no. Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Alicia Sacramone has won one Olympic medal, a silver in women's team all-around at the 2008 Games in Beijing. She has won gold medals at the World Championships in floor exercise in 2005 and team competition in 2007.
Carl Schuhmann of Germany at the 1896 Games in Athens. Carl won 3 gold medals in gymnastics (horse vault, team horizontal bar, team parallel bars) and 1 gold medal in wrestling (heavyweight class Greco-Roman).
You are kiddig, right? Of course they do.
Two gold medals are awarded in football, a men's team champion and a women's team champion.
No. The single alternate left on the Men's Gymnastics team did not receive a medal when his team took the bronze
Their Olympic Field Hockey Team.
There will be 302 gold medals, and 906 medals, in total, to be awarded in the 2008 Olympics. Obviously they make more individual medals to hand out than that because each person of team events get a medal....
As of today, August 8th, the UK gymnastics team has not won any olympic gold medals.
19 gold medals
LARISSA LATYNINA has more Olympic medals than anyone in history, male or female, in any sport. She holds the record for winning the most Olympic medals at 18 (nine gold medals, five silver and four bronze). She is the only female athlete to win nine Olympic gold medals. She also holds the record for most individual medals (14 outside of team events) in Olympic history.
Joseph L. Chandler, Sr., Atlanta, GA, (Airforce)
Ralph Cox, Auge, Horsch, Sellick, Cross