USA total medal count of 24 medals at 2010 Winter Games; and 4 medalists are from Utah. Bode Miller won another medal on Sunday, a Gold medal at the 2010 Olympic Games, to bring the current medal count to twenty-four, and four of those medalists are from Utah.
Tuesday, the US didn’t win any medals at the Olympic Games and was trailing behind Germany, but the US has added medals each day, and on Saturday three were added and another Gold medal on Sunday.
Four of those medals have been won by Utah athletes; another athlete lives in Utah part-time, and many of the athletes (including Bode Miller) have trained in Park City, Utah before the 2002 Olympic Games. The US medals won so far are 7 gold, 7 silver, and 10 bronze medals.
2010 Olympic medals by country:
USA has 24 medals
Germany has 18 medals
Norway has 12 medals
South Korea has 9 medals
Canada has 9 medals
Here is the list of US medal winners so far at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games:
Bode Miller won a Bronze medal for the Alpine Skiing at the Men’s Downhill and a Silver in the Men’s Alpine Skiing Super-G, and a Gold Medal in Alpine Skiing Men’s Super-Combined
Andrew Weibrecht won the Bronze medal Men’s Alpine Skiing Super-G
Julia Mancuso won the Silver in Alpine Skiing Women’s Downhill and the Silver medal in Alpine Skiing Women’s Super Combined
Lindsey Vonn won the Gold in Alpine Skiing Women’s Downhill and the Bronze medal in the Alpine Skiing Women’s Super-G
Bryon Wilson (lives in Park City, Utah) won a Bronze medal in Free Style Skiing at the Men’s Moguls
Shannon Bahrke (lives in Salt Lake City, Utah) won a Bronze Medal in Free Style Skiing at the Women’s Moguls
Hannah Kearney won the Gold in Free Style Skiing at the Women’s Moguls
Evan Lysacek won the Gold in Men’s Figure Skating
Johnny Spillane won the Silver in the Nordic combined at the Individual Normal Hill
Shaun White won the Gold medal in Snowboarding Men’s Halfpipe
Scotty Lago won the Bronze medal in Snowboarding Men’s Halfpipe
Seth Wescott won the Gold in the Snowboarding at the Men’s Snowboard Cross
Kelly Clark won the Bronze medal Snowboarding Women’s Half Pipe
Hannah Teter won the Silver medal Snowboarding Women’s Half Pipe
Shani Davis won the Gold medal in Speed Skating Men’s 1000m and a Silver medal in Speed Skating Men’s 1500m
Chad Hedrick (lives in Salt Lake City, Utah) won the Bronze medal in Speed Skating Men’s 1000m
J.R. Celski won a Bronze medal at the Short Track Men’s 1500m
Apolo Anton Ohno (lives in Salt Lake City, Utah) won the Silver at the Short Track Men’s 1500m and the Bronze Short Track 1000m
Apolo Anton Ohno lives in Salt Lake City and Saturday he won the Bronze medal in the Short Track 1000m, he now holds the record for the most medals won at the Winter Olympic Games of any US athlete.
For Monday’s NBC TV schedule of events at the 2010 Olympic Games, click here.
To read about Shaun White winning the Gold medal at the half pipe on Wednesday, click here.
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