Your question: Who won the only gold medal in the 1968 Winter Olympic for the United States?

Who won the gold medal 1968 Winter Olympics?

Both nations won gold medals, their first competing as different nations. Czechoslovakia won its first gold Winter Olympics medal, achieved by Jiří Raška in the ski jumping normal hill event. Romania won its first, and as of the 2018 Winter Olympics, only medal in a Winter Olympics in the two-man bobsleigh event.

Who medaled in the 1968 Summer Olympics?

Men

Games Gold Silver
200 metres Tommie Smith United States Peter Norman Australia
400 metres Lee Evans United States Larry James United States
800 metres Ralph Doubell Australia Wilson Kiprugut Kenya
1500 metres Kipchoge Keino Kenya Jim Ryun United States

How many times has India won the Olympic gold medal in hockey *?

India’s hockey team is the most successful team ever in the Olympics, having won eight gold medals in 1928, 1932, 1936, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1964 and 1980.

In which Winter Olympics did France win the most medals?

French athletes have won 750 medals at the Summer Olympic Games in a wide variety of sports, achieving particular success in fencing and cycling. France has won an additional 124 medals at the Winter Olympic Games, mostly in alpine skiing.

Medals by Summer Games.

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1924 Paris Total
13 222
15 254
10 274
38 750

What was the medal count for the 1936 Olympics?

Medal table

Rank Nation Total
1 Germany (GER)* 89
2 United States (USA) 56
3 Hungary (HUN) 16
4 Italy (ITA) 22

Who won the Olympics in 1988?

1988 Summer Olympics medal table

Rank Nation Gold
1 Soviet Union (URS) 55
2 East Germany (GDR) 37
3 United States (USA) 36
4 South Korea (KOR)* 12

Who won the 1928 Olympics?

Medal count

Rank Nation Gold
1 United States 22
2 Germany 10
3 Finland 8
4 Sweden 7