Who won the 2002 Olympic Games?
United States was third by gold medals and second by overall medals, with 10 and 34, respectively. Australia notably became the first Southern Hemisphere country to ever win gold medals at the Winter Olympics.
2002 Winter Olympics.
|Emblem of the 2002 Winter Olympics|
|Host city||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
What country won the 2004 Olympics?
The 2004 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, were a summer multi-sport event held in Athens, the capital city of Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004.
2004 Summer Olympics medal table.
|2004 Summer Olympics medals|
|Most gold medals||United States (36)|
|Most total medals||United States (101)|
Who won the Olympics in 1988?
1988 Summer Olympics medal table
|1||Soviet Union (URS)||55|
|2||East Germany (GDR)||37|
|3||United States (USA)||36|
|4||South Korea (KOR)*||12|
Who won Athens 2004?
On August 21, 2004, American swimmer Michael Phelps wins his eighth medal of the 2004 Athens Olympics in spite of sitting out his eighth scheduled event, the final of the 4 x 100-meter medley relay. Phelps left Athens with six gold and two bronze medals.
Where is 2024 Olympics held?
Which country won the most gold medals at the 2002 Winter Paralympics?
Which country won the 1998 Olympics?
Ski jumper Kazuyoshi Funaki won two gold medals and one silver for host nation Japan. The Czech Republic won the gold medal in the men’s ice hockey tournament.
1998 Winter Olympics.
|Emblem of the 1998 Winter Olympics|
|Host city||Nagano, Japan|
|Motto||Coexistence with Nature (Japanese: 自然との共存, Shizen to no Kyōzon)|
Who won the 2006 Olympics?
Latvia and Slovakia won the first medals in their Winter Olympic history. Speed skater Cindy Klassen of Canada won five medals (one gold, two silver and two bronze) and was the most medalled athlete at the Games.
|Rank||Totals (26 nations)|