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Sports > Winter olympic medals > All time: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: All-time Winter Games medal standings, according to The Golden Book of the Olympic Games. Medal counts include figure skating medals (1908 and '20) and hockey medals (1920) awarded at the Summer Games. National medal standings for the Winter and Summer Games are not recognized by the IOC.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Norway 263 1920
2 United States 193 1920
3 Austria 162 1920
4 Finland 142 1920
5 Germany 125 1920
6 Sweden 108 1920
7 Switzerland 103 1920
8 Canada 96 1920
9 Italy 89 1920
10 France 72 1920
11 Netherlands 69 1920
12 Russia 58 1920
13 Japan 31 1920
14 United Kingdom 26 1920
15 China 22 1920
16 South Korea 20 1920
17 Liechtenstein 9 1920
18 Hungary 6 1920
19 Poland 6 1920
20 Czech Republic 5 1920
21 Bulgaria 5 1920
22 Belarus 5 1920
23 Belgium 5 1920
24 Kazakhstan 5 1920
25 Australia 4 1920
26 Croatia 4 1920
27 Spain 4 1920
28 Ukraine 3 1920
29 Estonia 3 1920
30 Slovenia 3 1920
31 Luxembourg 2 1920
32 North Korea 2 1920
33 Romania 1 1920
34 Uzbekistan 1 1920
35 Denmark 1 1920
36 New Zealand 1 1920

Citation

"Countries Compared by Sports > Winter olympic medals > All time. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", The Golden Book of the Olympic Games. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Sports/Winter-olympic-medals/All-time

Sports > Winter olympic medals > All time: Countries Compared Map

NationMaster

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Norway also invented most of the winter Olympic sports.
It wasn't until the early 90's when the IOC added diffrent
sports and nations. Norway's total are very skewed.

Posted on 28 Feb 2010

Ken

Ken

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You should update the site... I agree with Eric.

Posted on 26 Feb 2010

Madam Norway

Madam Norway

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Croatia has 7 medals: 2002 (Salt Lake City 3 gold and 1 silver. 2006 (Torino) 1 gold 2 silver.
Check: http://www.nbcolympics.com/nations/nation=CRO/medals/all-time-standings/by-year/index.html

Posted on 26 Feb 2010

Slavko

Slavko

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These counting do not include the stripped medals for using dope etc... That's why the totals are different, I dont think medals should count if the Olympian used substances anways. Keep that in mind.

Posted on 17 Feb 2010

Asim

Asim

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Eric
14th February 2010 :

No this is NOT correct, Norway as a total of 286 medals.

Gold: 98
Silver: 102
Bronze: 86

not included Vancouver 2010

Posted on 16 Feb 2010

David

David

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Are these numbers correct? Aren't the norwegian population like 4 millions or something.? i mean, is it like posble? if it is the case, its quit impresing!

Posted on 14 Feb 2010

Eric

Eric

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Estonia has 6 medals (4+1+1), not only 3. See http://www.nbcolympics.com/nations/nation=est/index.html
The other countries are incorrect, too
http://www.nbcolympics.com/nations/region=3/index.html

Posted on 13 Feb 2010

Koit

Koit

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