How many medals did Canada win in 2014?
Canada sent its largest ever Winter Olympic team of 222 athletes to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi and captured 25 medals to make it the country’s most successful Winter Games ever on foreign soil.
What is the most medals Canada has ever won at a Winter Olympics?
Canada has finished with the highest Canadian Winter medals total at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games with 29 medals.
Which Olympics did Canada do the best?
Canada had its best Summer Olympics ever If you don’t count the boycotted 1984 Games in Los Angeles, that’s the most ever by this country at a Summer Olympics — breaking the record of 22 shared by the 1996 and 2016 teams.
Who is the most decorated Olympian ever?
Of course, the U.S. has Michael Phelps as its most decorated Olympian with a record 28 medals and record 23 gold medals.
How many gold medals did Canada win in Sochi?
With Canada’s 3-0 win over Sweden in the men’s gold medal hockey game, the medal counts are final at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Canada finished with the fourth-most medals (25) and third-most golds (10).
What was the final medal count for the 2014 Olympics?
With Canada’s 3-0 win over Sweden in the men’s gold medal hockey game, the medal counts are final at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
When did Canada win its first gold medal in Athens?
Kyle Shewfelt celebrates Canada’s first gold medal in Athens, Aug. 22, 2004. (Kevork Djansezian/Associated Press) Day 9 — When Canada won its first gold medal in Athens (Kyle Shewfelt, artistic gymnastics, floor exercise, Aug. 22, 2004). 1 — Number of medals Canada won in the first seven days in Athens.
Who was the gold medalist in Sochi 2014?
Full medal count results from the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Canada’s gold medalist Alex Bilodeau celebrates on the podium during the Men’s Freestyle Skiing Moguls Medal Ceremony at the Sochi medals plaza during the Sochi Winter Olympics on February 11, 2014.