Who won gold in 2014?
Mario Matt of Austria on Saturday became the oldest men’s Olympic slalom champion, winning the gold medal over his teammate Marcel Hirscher by 28-hundredths of a second. Matt, who turns 35 in April, had never finished higher than 34th in three previous Olympic races dating to 2006.
Who are the gold medal winners for GB?
21-year-old Tom Pidcock won Great Britain’s third Olympic gold on Monday in the men’s mountain bike cross-country race in Tokyo. In diving, Tom Daley and Matty Lee won gold in the men’s synchronised 10m platform event.
How many golds do GB have?
Which gold medals have Team GB won? Team GB have won 21 gold medals, which are as follows: Adam Peaty – Men’s 100m breaststroke. Tom Daley and Matty Lee – Men’s 10m platform diving.
What do the medals on the 2014 Winter Olympics MAP Mean?
World map showing the medal achievements of each country during the 2014 Winter Olympics. Legend: Gold represents countries that won at least one gold medal. Silver represents countries that won at least one silver medal. Bronze represents countries that won at least one bronze medal. Red represents countries that did not win any medals.
How many medals has Great Britain won at the Olympics?
From 1896 to 2018 inclusive, Great Britain has won 851 medals at the Summer Olympic Games, and another 32 at the Winter Olympic Games.
How did Great Britain win the women’s curling gold medal game?
In Saturday’s women’s curling gold medal game, Great Britain was so dominant the game only lasted nine ends. Muirhead’s team scored two points in the first, four in the seventh, and two more in the ninth on the way to a 10-3 win over Japan. The win is Great Britain’s first women’s curling Olympic championship since 2002.
Which country has won the most medals at the Olympics?
At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Great Britain became the first country to win more medals at a Summer Olympics immediately after hosting a Summer Olympics; they won 67 medals overall, coming in second place in the medal table ahead of China, two more than in London in 2012.