Who has the most wins in Winter Olympics?
Well, to no surprise, Norway continued its Winter Olympics domination. Norway, which entered with the most Winter Olympic medals of all time (368), added another 37 in Beijing. The Norwegians also racked up a record number of golds with 16.
Who won Olympics?
After competition on Thursday, the official Olympic medal table, which lists countries by their number of gold medals, has Germany at the top with six and Norway with five. But four more countries — Austria, the United States, the Netherlands and Sweden — are just behind, with four each. China has three.
Who won the first gold medal?
The following table list the first Olympic gold medal won by each National Olympic Committee (NOC). James Brendan Connolly of the United States is credited as the first ever gold medalist of the Super Modern Olympic Games.
Who won last Winter Olympics?
The mark of 30 NOCs winning medals is the highest for any Winter Olympic Games. Hungary won its first Winter Olympic gold medal ever….2018 Winter Olympics medal table.
|2018 Winter Olympics medals|
|Location||Pyeongchang, South Korea|
|Most gold medals||Norway (14) and Germany (14)|
|Most total medals||Norway (39)|
Who won India’s first Olympic medal?
India first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, with a lone athlete Norman Pritchard winning two medals – both silver – in athletics and became the first Asian nation to win an Olympic medal.
Who created the Olympics?
Baron Pierre de Coubertin
Baron Pierre de Coubertin was the founder of the modern Olympic Games. Inspired by the ancient Olympic Games held in Olympia, Greece, which ended in 393 AD, Frenchman Pierre de Coubertin decided to pursue his project to revive the Olympic Games.