Gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded at the Olympics.
* 51 Gold Medals * 80 Silver Medals * 109 Bronze Medals Total= 240 Medals (Not counting medals won at Athens in 2004)
In the 2004 Summer Olympics, Canada won a total of 12 medals:3 Gold Medals6 Silver Medals3 Bronze MedalsThey were 21st overall in the total number of medals awarded per country.
US athletes won 2 gold medals in the 1988 Winter Olympics and 36 gold medals in the 1988 Summer Olympics.
In the 2004 olympics, ther were 921 total medals given. One third of that is 307, which should represent gold, but there could have been some ties and that could make that number off a little.
Russia won 28 gold medals at the 2004 Athens Olympics, from a total of 92 medals.
2 gold medals. His last Olympics were the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Australian swimmer Tamsyn Lewis has competed at three Olympics (2000, 2004, 2008) but has not won any medals.
United States won 35 gold medals in 2004 summer Olympics held in Athens.
In the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics, Russia received 28 gold medals and 26 silver medals (in addition to 38 bronze medals).
15 gold medals
China won 32 gold medals at the 2004 Summer Olympics. Only the United States won more gold medals .... the U.S. won 36.
The USA because they had the most medals and gold medals.
The Canadians won 3 gold medals in the 2004 Olympic games in Athens.
The US team won 36 gold medals and 102 medals total at the 2004 Olympic Games.
Ian Thorpe has 5 god medals in swimming.