Update on Vancouver 2010 Olympics Medal Count
As the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics heads into its last few days we thought you’d appreciate the latest update on the medal positions. Currently the US still holds the top of the table with a total of 28 medals, made up of 7 gold, 9 silver and 12 bronze.
However Germany are not far behind now, with a total of 24 medals, also with 7 gold, but 10 silver and 7 bronze. Norway is in third place with 18, and currently Canada is in fourth with 15. One can’t help but feel that Canada will be disappointed with their ranking on the table as they would have hoped to be higher, being the host country.
At the bottom of the table we see Great Britain, Estonia, Finland and Kazakhstan, all with only 1 medal; although Great Britain has a gold while the others only have a silver. You can see the full table at Vancouver 2010.com, where you can even sort the medals either by country, or total of medals, or just total of gold medals if desired.
Alternatively if you want to see information of each individual event and the medal winners, including photographs you can go to another part of the Vancouver2010 site. With the last few days coming up do you think anybody can realistically catch up with the USA, and what have you thought of the sporting action so far?
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