All-Time Winter Medal Standings, 1924-2006

See also 2006 Winter Olympics: Torino, Italy

    G S B Total
1 Norway 98 98 84 280
2 United States 78 80 58 216
3 Soviet Union (1956-88) 78 57 59 194
4 Germany (1928-36, 52-64, 92–) 57 57 39 153
5 Austria 51 64 70 185
6 Sweden 43 31 44 118
7 Finland 41 58 52 151
8 East Germany (1968-88) 40 38 37 115
9 Canada 38 38 43 119
10 Switzerland 38 37 34 101
11 Italy 36 31 34 101
12 Russia (1994–) 33 24 19 76
13 Netherlands 25 30 23 78
14 France 25 24 34 83
15 South Korea 17 8 6 31
16 West Germany (1968-88) 13 15 13 41
17 Japan 9 10 13 32
18 Unified Team (1992) 9 6 8 23
19 Unified Team of Germany 8 6 5 19
20 Great Britain 8 3 10 21
21 China 4 16 13 33
22 Croatia 4 3 0 7
23 Estonia 4 1 1 6
24 Czech Republic 3 5 2 10
25 Australia 3 0 3 5
26 Czechoslovaki 2 8 15 25
27 Liechtenstein 2 2 5 9
28 Poland 1 3 4 8
29 Bulgaria 1 2 3 6
30 Kazakhstan 1 2 2 5
31 Belgium 1 1 3 5
  Ukraine 1 1 3 5
33 Spain 1 0 1 2
34 Uzbekistan 1 0 0 1
35 Belarus 0 3 3 6
36 Yugoslavia 0 3 1 4
37 Hungary 0 2 4 6
38 Luxembourg 0 2 0 2
39 North Korea 0 1 1 2
40 Denmark 0 1 0 1
  New Zealand 0 1 0 1
  Slovakia 0 1 0 1
43 Slovenia 0 0 4 4
44 Latvia 0 0 1 1
  Romania 0 0 1 1
Notes: Athletes from the USSR participated in the Winter Games from 1956-88, returned as the Unified Team in 1992 after the breakup of the Soviet Union (in 1991) and then competed for the independent republics of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and three others in 1994. Yugoslavia divided into Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1992, while Czechoslovakia split into Slovakia and the Czech Republic in 1993.
 Germany was barred from the Olympics in 1924 and 1948 as an aggressor nation in both World Wars I and II. Divided into East and West Germany after WWII, both countries competed under one flag from 1952-64, then as separate teams from 1968-88. Germany was reunified in 1990.

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