ryan miller 320 2010 Winter Olympics: Medal countThe 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver was greeted warmly despite the chilly weather.

The U.S. started off strong with its first gold medal on Saturday, Feb. 13, courtesy of women’s freestyle skier Hannah Kearney.

Evan Lysacek, Lindsay Vonn, Apolo Ohno, Bode Miller, Shaun White, Julia Mancuso and Johnny Spillane also took home some hardware for the United States.

Before Sunday night’s (Feb. 28)  closing ceremonies, the hockey gold had to be determined. After USA tied things up 24.4 seconds before the final period, the game went into sudden death overtime. After a close game, Canada’s Sidney Crosby scored the winning goal, and USA went home with silver.

USA took home the most medals overall, 37, but Canada got the most golds, 14.

Here’s a breakdown of the U.S. medal count*:

Gold – Hannah Kearney, Freestyle skiing women’s moguls
Gold – Seth Wescott, Men’s snowboarding cross
Gold – Shani Davis, Speed skating, men’s 1000 meters
Gold – Lindsey Vonn, Alpine skiing, women’s downhill
Gold – Shaun White, Snowboarding, men’s halfpipe
Gold – Evan Lysacek, Men’s figure skating
Gold – Bode Miller, Alpine skiing, men’s combined
Gold – Bill Demong, Nordic combined, individual large hill/10 km
Gold – Steve Holcomb, Steve Mesler, Justin Olsen, Curt Tomasevicz, Four-man bobsled
Silver – Johnny Spillane, Men’s nordic combined
Silver – Apolo Ohno, Short track speed skating, men’s 1500 meters
Silver – Julia Mancuso, Alpine skiing, women’s downhill
Silver – Julia Mancuso, Alpine skiing, women’s combined
Silver – Hannah Teter, Snowboarding, women’s halfpipe
Silver – Bode Miller, Alpine skiing, men’s super-G
Silver – Shani Davis, Speed skating, men’s 1500 m
Silver – Meryl Davis & Charlie White, ice dancing
Silver – Brett Camerota, Todd Lodwick, Bill Demong, Johnny Spillane, men’s nordic combined
Silver – Johnny Spillane, Nordic combined, individual large hill/10 km
Silver – Women’s hockey squad, ice hockey
Silver – Jeret Petersen, Freestyle skiing, men’s aerials
Silver – Katherine Reutter, Short tarck, women’s 1000 meters
Silver – Brian Hansen, Chad Hedrick, Jonathan Kuck, Trevor Marsicano, Speed skating, men’s team pursuit
Silver – Men’s hockey squad, ice hockey
Bronze – Shannon Bahrke, Freestyle skiing women’s moguls
Bronze – J.R. Celski, Short track speed skating, men’s 1500 meters
Bronze – Bryon Wilson, Freestyle skiing men’s moguls
Bronze – Bode Miller, Alpine skiing, men’s downhill
Bronze – Chad Hedrick, Speed skating, men’s 1000 meters
Bronze – Scott Lago, Snowboarding, men’s halfpipe
Bronze – Kelly Clark, Snowboarding, women’s halfpipe
Bronze – Andrew Weibrecht, Alpine skiing, men’s super-G
Bronze – Lindsey Vonn, Alpine skiing, women’s super-G
Bronze – Apolo Ohno, Speed skating, men’s 1000 m
Bronze – Allison Baver, Alyson Dudek, Lana Gehring, Katherine Reutter, Short track, women’s 3000 m relay
Bronze – Erin Pac and Elana Meyers, Bobsled, 2-woman
Bronze – J.R. Celski, Simon Cho, Travis Jayner, Jordan Malone, Apolo Ohno, Short track, men’s 5000 m relay

Medals count by country*:

37 – United States
30 – Germany
26 – Canada
23 – Norway
16 – Austria
15 – Russia
14 – South Korea
11 – China
11 – Sweden
11 – France
9 – Switzerland
8 – Netherlands
6 – Czech Republic
6 – Poland
5 – Japan
5 – Italy
5 – Finland
3 – Australia
3 – Belarus
3 – Slovakia
3 – Croatia
3 – Slovenia
2 – Latvia
1 – Great Britain
1 – Estonia
1 – Kazakhstan

*Based on data as of Monday morning, March 1.

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