Who won the most Olympic medals today?

Who won the most Olympic medals today?

The U.S.
The U.S. holds a number of records when it comes to the Olympics, including the most gold, silver and bronze medals won. After earning 39 golds and 113 podium finishes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Team USA now owns 1,174 gold medals, 954 silver and 832 bronze.

Who is favorite to win Olympics?

The Russians remain the odds-on favorites to win gold, but the Americans have closed the gap considerably from +1600 down to +500….Latest 2022 Men’s Olympic Hockey Odds.

Team Odds To Win Gold
USA +500
Sweden +700
Czech Republic +1400
Germany +3500

Who is the best Olympic team ever?

The United States of America is the most successful team in the history of Olympics basketball. The USA Olympic men’s basketball team has won the gold medal a record 16 times, which includes an unbeaten streak from 1936 to 1968. The USA women’s basketball team, meanwhile, has pocketed the gold medal on nine occasions.

What is the least watched Olympic event?

The Beijing Games were the least-watched Olympics on record, with NBC averaging a total audience delivery (TV networks + streaming) of just 11.4 million viewers for primetime coverage.

Which female has the most gold medals?

gymnast Larisa Semyonovna Latynina
The most Olympic medals won by a woman is eighteen by gymnast Larisa Semyonovna Latynina (USSR), nine gold, five silver and four bronze, 1956–64.

What country will win the most gold medals?

Here are the 10 countries with the most Olympic medals:

  • United States (2980 medals)
  • United Kingdom (948 medals)
  • Germany (892 medals)
  • France (874 medals)
  • Italy (742 medals)
  • China (696 medals)
  • Sweden (661 medals)
  • Australia (562 medals)

Who is Olympic dominating?

Michael Phelps’ Olympics medals tally consists of 23 gold medals – the most Olympic gold medals ever won – three silver and two bronze medals….Michael Phelps’ Olympic medals.

Olympic Games Event Medal
Rio 2016 100m butterfly Silver

Which country will win the most medals?

Data still points to Norway again bringing home most medals overall, Russia Olympic Committee beating Russia and Soviet Union records. UPDATE: Due to the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, there is potential for the Beijing Winter Games to be more unpredictable than normal.

What is the silliest Olympic sport?

Bottom Line: Live Pigeon Shooting If you’re looking for one of the weirdest, darkest moments in Olympic history, please look no further than the 1900 Olympics when live pigeon shooting was part of the program. You read that correctly. They killed live pigeons for an Olympic event.