2014 Olympics Medals Table
The results displayed on this page are from the Official Report, a document published for each Olympic Games
by the Organizing Committee. The Olympic medal tables for each year show the number of gold, silver, and bronze medals won in that year by participating nations. Team victories are counted as one medal.
During the first Olympiad in Athens in 1896, first place winners were awarded a silver medal, a crown of olive branches, and a diploma. Those in second place were given a bronze medal, a crown of laurel, and a diploma. For the first time at the third Olympiad in St. Louis in 1904, gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded for the first, second, and third place, respectively.
More Medals From 2010 Vancouver Games
|1|| Canada ||14||7||5||26|
|2|| Germany ||10||13||7||30|
|3|| United States ||9||15||13||37|
|4|| Norway ||9||8||6||23|
|5|| South Korea ||6||6||2||14|
|6|| Switzerland ||6||0||3||9|
|7|| China ||5||2||4||11|