Vancouver 2010: Latest Olympic medal table as we enter the last week
As the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics is well into its last week, we thought you might like an update on the latest medal table. With the closing ceremony on Feb 28 there are only a few more days for medals to be won so let’s have a look at how things are going.
Top of the table is rather predictably, still the USA with a total of 25, consisting of 7 gold, 8 silver and 10 bronze. They are closely followed by Germany on the same number of golds, but with a total of 21 medals. In third place comes Norway with 14, then in fourth place Russia with 11. The host nation Canada will be disappointed to be in only fifth place with 10 medals.
Great Britain, Estonia, Finland and Kazakhstan are all at the bottom of the table with only 1 medal each, although the British medal is gold, and the others only have a silver each. With the Canadian women set to take on the USA in the ice hockey final, and China going all out to end Korea’s winning streak in the Short Track Speed Skating there is still plenty more action to come.
If you want to look at the medal table in full go to Vancouver2010.com. What events are you still looking forward to seeing and do you think this Olympics has lived up to expectations so far?
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