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 Who won the most medals in a Winter Olympics?

Answer Eight different athletes have won five medals in one Winter Olympics. The record for gold medals in one Winter Olympics is five, won by speedskater Eric Heiden at the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Games.... Read More »
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How many gold medals did women win in the 1968 Winter Olympics?

Women claimed 13 gold medals at the 1968 Winter Olympic Games in Grenoble, France. Female athletes participated in five sports: alpine skiing (three events), cross-country skiing (three events), fi... Read More »
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How many gold medals did the u.s. women win in the japanese winter olympics?

United States female athletes won a total of seven Olympic gold medals at Winter Olympic Games on Japanese soil. At Sapporo in 1972 American women won two golds in speed skating and one in alpine s... Read More »
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How many gold medals did women win in the 1996 Winter Olympics?

The Winter Olympic Games were not held in 1996, thus no United States female athletes won gold in winter events. The 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, were the last Winter Olympics to be... Read More »
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How many gold medals did the U.S. women win in Japanese Winter Olympics?

At the two Winter Olympic Games held in the country of Japan, 1972 in Sapporo and 1998 in Nagano, American female athletes won a total of seven gold medals. In Nagano, United States women won a tea... Read More »
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