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March 10, 2010
A rundown of the 258 medals awarded, including Winter Olympics record totals of 37 overall to the U.S. and 14 gold to Canada
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March 10, 2010

Medal Winners

A rundown of the 258 medals awarded, including Winter Olympics record totals of 37 overall to the U.S. and 14 gold to Canada

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Medal Count

For the first time since the 1932 Winter Games, when 17 nations competed in 14 events, the U.S. came out on top

COUNTRY

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

TOTAL

U.S.

9

15

13

37

GERMANY

10

13

7

30

CANADA

14

7

5

26

NORWAY

9

8

6

23

AUSTRIA

4

6

6

16

RUSSIA

3

5

7

15

SOUTH KOREA

6

6

2

14

CHINA

5

2

4

11

SWEDEN

5

2

4

11

FRANCE

2

3

6

11

SWITZERLAND

6

0

3

9

NETHERLANDS

4

1

3

8

CZECH REPUBLIC

2

0

4

6

POLAND

1

3

2

6

ITALY

1

1

3

5

JAPAN

0

3

2

5

FINLAND

0

1

4

5

AUSTRALIA

2

1

0

3

BELARUS

1

1

1

3

SLOVAKIA

1

1

1

3

CROATIA

0

2

1

3

SLOVENIA

0

2

1

3

LATVIA

0

2

0

2

GREAT BRITAIN

1

0

0

1

ESTONIA

0

1

0

1

KAZAKHSTAN

0

1

0

1

Alpine Skiing

MEN

Downhill

[GOLD] Didier Defago, Switzerland

[SILVER] Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway

[BRONZE] Bode Miller, U.S.

Super Giant Slalom

[GOLD] Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway

[SILVER] Bode Miller, U.S.

[BRONZE] Andrew Weibrecht, U.S.

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