Medal Count For 2010 Olympics | USsPost.com
February 15, 2010 by Post Team
Medal Count For 2010 Olympics | USsPost.com:Olympics medal count reached total of 30 on the third day of Winter Olympics 2010 in Vancouver Canada. The Olympics medal count of Winter Olympics 2010 featured five new gold medals on the third day of one of the biggest sporting event of the year.
United States of America is leading from the front as per Olympics medal count of Winter Olympics 2010. United States of America have earned total 6, today United States secured a silver in combined event of Nordic (Johnny Spillane) and a bronze medal in Moguls, Men’s single, in addition to their four other medals on day two.
Germany is sitting on the second spot in the Winter Olympics 2010. Germany has secured one gold medal and three silver medals, total of four. Canada, the host country is standing on the third position on day three of Winter Olympics 2010.
Along with United States, Germany and Canada other nations that secured medals include Italy, South Korea two medals each and Slovakia, Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, Australia, Norway, Croatia, Austria, Russia, Czech Republic, single medal each.
In the other events featuring Ice Hockey, United States of America dominated the game and beat china with the big margin of 12-1. In skating Shen Xua and Zhao Hongbo featured as a pair in Skating.
Winter Olympics 2010 begun on Friday with the opening ceremony and will end up on 28th February 2010. The event was arranged in a great way but it was out colored by the sad accident of Georgian luger on the opening day in a practice run.
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