What country won the 2014 Winter Olympics?

What country won the 2014 Winter Olympics?

With a flash of a skate, China won its first medal of the Beijing Winter Olympics on Saturday, which was also the first gold medal in a new Olympic event: the short-track speedskating mixed-gender team relay.

Which country usually wins the Winter Olympics?

While Team USA towers over the competition in the all-time Summer Olympics medal count, there is one country that has the upper hand in the Winter Games. The United States arrives in Beijing with 305 medals from the previous 23 Winter Olympics, the second-most of all time.

Who won the most medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics?

2014 Winter Olympics medal table

2014 Winter Olympics medals
Most gold medals Russia (11) and Norway (11)
Most total medals Russia (30)
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Who won the 2014 Olympics overall?


Russia 13 33
United States 9 28
Norway 11 26
Canada 10 25

Where is ROC country in Olympics?

Russia is officially ROC. It’s name and flag are banned from the Olympics once again in the continuing fallout from the doping scandals which dominated the last decade of Russian sports.

Who won the 33 international medals including 13 golds?

Russia certainly has a great deal to celebrate, delivering an exciting and well-run event while finishing atop the medal count in both the number of medals (33) as well as gold garnered (13).

Why is it called Russian Olympic Committee?

Instead, the country will compete under the name ‘ROC’, which is an acronym for the Russian Olympic Committee. This is due to the fact that Russia was sanctioned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after it was accused of running a state-backed doping program.


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