Over the course of history, which countries have the most medals in the Olympic Games? From Wizard Pins, this infographic ranks countries by how many Olympic medals they have, from the standpoints of their total number of medals, their medal count in the Summer Olympics and also how many Olympic medals they have in the Winter Olympics. According to this infographic, the United States leads the world in the number of 2,976 total Olympic medals (1,180 gold medals, 959 silver medals and 837 bronze medals). The United States also leads the globe in the Summer Olympics, having won 2,655 medals all-time in the Summer games (1,069 gold medals, 842 silver medals and 744 bronze medals).
The Winter Olympics are led all-time by Norway, who has won 404 Winter Olympic medals (147 gold medals, 133 silver medals and 124 bronze medals). Other countries leading the world with medals from the Winter Olympics include the United States (321), Germany (285), Austria (250) and Canada (217).
Infographic by: wizardpins