How many gold medals did Great Britain win at the 2010 Winter Olympics?

How many gold medals did Great Britain win at the 2010 Winter Olympics?

Great Britain at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Competitors 50 in 11 sports
Flag bearers Shelley Rudman (opening) Amy Williams (closing)
Medals Ranked 19th Gold 1 Silver 0 Bronze 0 Total 1
Winter Olympics appearances (overview)

How many medals did Russia win in 2010?

15 medals
Russia participated in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In summary, the country’s participants earned 15 medals: three gold, five silver, and seven bronze.

Which country won the maximum number of medals in 2010?

Canada
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Rank Nation Total
1 Canada* 26
2 Germany 30
3 United States 37
4 Norway 23

Who ran the 2010 Olympics?

2010 Winter Olympics

Emblem of the 2010 Winter Olympics
Host city Vancouver, Canada
Opened by Governor General Michaƫlle Jean
Cauldron Catriona Le May Doan Nancy Greene Wayne Gretzky Steve Nash
Stadium BC Place

When did Whistler host the Olympics?

2010
Whistler Hosts Mountain Sports For the 2010 Winter Games, Whistler hosted Olympic and Paralympic Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and biathlon, as well as Olympic Nordic combined, ski jumping, bobsleigh, luge and skeleton.

Who won a medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics?

List of 2010 Winter Olympics medal winners. Jump to navigation Jump to search. From left to right: Tina Maze of Slovenia (silver), Andrea Fischbacher of Austria (gold) and Lindsey Vonn of the United States (bronze) with the medals they earned in women’s super-G in alpine skiing.

How many British Winter Olympic medals does UK Sport target for Vancouver?

Retrieved 8 April 2010. ^ “UK Sport targets three British Winter Olympic medals”. BBC Sport. 25 January 2010. Retrieved 24 February 2010. ^ “Winter Olympics – GB set tough medal target for Vancouver”.

Did Great Britain ever compete in the Olympics?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Great Britain, represented by the British Olympic Association (BOA), competed in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and sent a team of selected athletes was officially known as Team GB.

Who was the first British woman to win a gold medal?

Williams became the first British gold medalist in an individual event at the Winter Olympics for thirty years, following Robin Cousins ‘ victory in figure skating at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, and the first British female individual Winter Olympics gold medalist since Jeannette Altwegg in 1952.