Winter Olympics: United States wins 100th all-time gold medal

Winter Olympics: United States wins 100th all-time gold medal

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Shaun White’s gold medal in men’s snowboard halfpipe was the United States’ 100th gold medal in Winter Olympics history. A look at every gold the country has won since 1924:

1. Jan. 26, 1924: Charley Jewtraw, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
2. Feb. 17, 1928: Jennison Heaton, men’s skeleton
3. Feb. 17, 1928: four-man bobsled
4. Feb. 4, 1932: Jack Shea, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
5. Feb. 4 1932: Irving Jaffee, men’s speedskating, 5,000 meters
6. Feb. 5 1932:  Jack Shea, men’s speedskating, 1,500 meters
7. Feb. 8, 1932: Irving Jaffee, men’s speedskating, 10,000 meters
8. Feb. 9, 1932: Curtis Stevens/Hubert Stevens, two-man bobsled
9. Feb. 15, 1932: four-man bobsled
10. Feb. 15 1936: Ivan Brown/Al Washbond, two-man bobsled
11. Feb. 5, 1948: Gretchen Fraser, Alpine skiing, women’s slalom
12. Feb. 5, 1948: Dick Button, men’s figure skating, singles
13. Feb. 7, 1948: four-man bobsled
14. Feb. 14, 1952: Andrea Mead-Lawrence, Alpine skiing, women’s giant slalom
15. Feb. 16, 1952: Ken Henry, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
16. Feb. 20, 1952: Andrea Mead-Lawrence, Alpine skiing, women’s slalom
17. Feb. 21, 1952: Dick Button, men’s figure skating, singles
18. Feb. 1, 1956: Hayes Jenkins, men’s figure skating, singles
19. Feb. 2, 1956: Tenley Albright, women’s figure skating, singles
20. Feb. 23, 1960: Carol Heiss, women’s figure skating, singles

U.S. speedskater Eric Heiden won five gold medals during

U.S. speedskater Eric Heiden won five gold medals during the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y.
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21. Feb. 26, 1960: David Jenkins, men’s figure skating, singles
22. Feb. 28, 1960: men’s ice hockey team
23. Feb. 4, 1964: Terry McDermott, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
24. Feb. 10, 1968: Peggy Fleming, women’s figure skating, singles
25. Feb. 9, 1972: Dianne Holum, women’s speedskating, 1,500 meters

26. Feb. 10, 1972: Anne Henning, women’s speedskating, 500 meters
27. Feb. 11, 1972: Barbara Cochran, Alpine skiing, women’s slalom
28. Feb. 6, 1976: Sheila Young, women’s speedskating, 500 meters
29. Feb. 12, 1976: Peter Mueller, men’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
30. Feb. 13, 1976: Dorothy Hamill, women’s figure skating, singles
31. Feb. 15, 1980: Eric Heiden, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
32. Feb. 16, 1980: Eric Heiden, men’s speedskating, 5,000 meters
33. Feb. 19, 1980: Eric Heiden, men’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
34. Feb. 21, 1980: Eric Heiden, men’s speedskating, 1,500 meters
35. Feb. 23, 1980: Eric Heiden, men’s speedskating, 10,000 meters

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36. Feb. 24, 1980: Men’s ice hockey team
37. Feb. 13, 1984: Debbie Armstrong, Alpine skiing, women’s giant slalom
38. Feb. 16, 1984: Bill Johnson, Alpine skiing, men’s downhill
39. Feb. 16, 1984: Scott Hamilton, men’s figure skating, singles
40. Feb. 19, 1984: Phil Mahre, Alpine skiing, men’s slalom
41. Feb. 20, 1988: Brian Boitano, men’s figure skating, singles

42. Feb. 22, 1988: Bonnie Blair, women’s speedskating, 500 meters
43. Feb. 10, 1992: Bonnie Blair, women’s speedskating, 500 meters

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44. Feb. 13, 1992: Donna Weinbrecht, women’s freestyle skiing, moguls
45. Feb. 14, 1992: Bonnie Blair, women’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
46. Feb. 20, 1992: Cathy Turner, women’s short-track speedskating, 500 meters
47. Feb. 21, 1992: Kristi Yamaguchi, women’s figure skating, singles
48. Feb. 13, 1994: Tommy Moe, Alpine skiing, men’s downhill
49. Feb. 15, 1994: Diann Roffe-Steinrotter, Alpine skiing, women’s Super G
50. Feb. 18, 1994: Dan Jansen, men’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
51. Feb. 19, 1994: Bonnie Blair, women’s speedskating, 500 meters
52. Feb. 23, 1994: Bonnie Blair, women’s speedskating, 1,000 meters

Bonnie Blair won five gold medals over three Olympics.

Bonnie Blair won five gold medals over three Olympics.
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53. Feb. 24, 1994: Cathy Turner, women’s short-Track speedskating, 500 meters
54. Feb. 11, 1998: Jonny Moseley, freestyle skiing, men’s moguls
55. Feb. 11, 1998: Picabo Street, Alpine skiing, women’s Super G
56. Feb. 17, 1998: women’s ice hockey team
57. Feb. 18, 1998: Nikki Stone, freestyle skiing, women’s aerials
58. Feb. 18, 1998: Eric Bergoust, freestyle skiing, men’s aerials
59. Feb. 20, 1998: Tara Lipinski, women’s figure skating, singles
60. Feb. 10, 2002: Kelly Clark, snowboarding, women’s halfpipe
61. Feb. 11, 2002: Ross Powers, snowboarding, men’s halfpipe
62. Feb. 12, 2002: Casey FitzRandolph, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
63. Feb. 17, 2002: Chris Witty, women’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
64. Feb. 19, 2002: Derek Parra, men’s speedskating, 1,500 meters
65. Feb. 19, 2002: Jill Bakken, Vonetta Flowers, women’s bobsled
66. Feb. 20, 2002: Tristan Gale, women’s skeleton
67. Feb. 20, 2002: Jim Shea Jr., men’s skeleton
68. Feb. 20, 2002: Apolo Anton Ohno, men’s short-track speedskating, 1,500 meters
69. Feb. 21, 2002: Sarah Hughes, women’s figure skating, singles
70. Feb. 11, 2006: Chad Hedrick, men’s speedskating, 5,000 meters

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71. Feb. 12, 2006: Shaun White, snowboarding, men’s halfpipe
72. Feb. 13, 2006: Hannah Teter, snowboarding, women’s halfpipe
73. Feb. 13, 2006: Joey Cheek, men’s speedskating, 500 meters
74. Feb. 14, 2006: Ted Ligety, Alpine skiing, men’s combined
75. Feb. 16, 2006: Seth Wescott, snowboarding, men’s boardercross
76. Feb. 18, 2006: Shani Davis, men’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
77. Feb. 24, 2006: Julia Mancuso, Alpine skiing, women’s giant slalom
78. Feb. 25, 2006: Apolo Anton Ohno, men’s short-track speedskating, 500 meters
79. Feb. 13, 2010: Hannah Kearney, freestyle skiing, women’s moguls
80. Feb. 15, 2010: Seth Wescott, snowboarding, men’s boardercross
81. Feb. 17, 2010: Lindsey Kildow-Vonn, Alpine skiing, women’s downhill
82. Feb. 17, 2010: Shani Davis, men’s speedskating, 1,000 meters
83: Feb. 17, 2010: Shaun White, snowboarding, men’s halfpipe
84. Feb. 18, 2010: Evan Lysacek, men’s figure skating, singles
85. Feb. 21, 2010: Bode Miller, Alpine skiing, men’s combined
86. Feb. 25, 2010: Bill Demong, Nordic combined, men’s individual
87. Feb. 27, 2010: four-man bobsled
88. Feb. 8, 2014: Sage Kotsenburg, snowboarding, men’s slopestyle
89. Feb. 9, 2014: Jamie Anderson, snowboarding, women’s slopestyle
90. Feb. 12, 2014: Kaitlyn Farrington, snowboarding, women’s halfpipe
91. Feb. 13, 2014: Joss Christensen, freestyle skiing, men’s slopestyle
92. Feb. 17, 2014: Meryl Davis/Charlie White Jr., figure skating, ice dancing
93. Feb. 18, 2014: David Wise, freestyle skiing, men’s halfpipe
94. Feb. 19, 2014: Ted Ligety, Alpine skiing, men’s giant slalom
95. Feb. 20, 2014: Maddie Bowman, freestyle skiing, women’s halfpipe
96. Feb. 21, 2014: Mikaela Shiffrin, Alpine skiing, women’s slalom
97. Feb. 11, 2018: Red Gerard, snowboarding, men’s slopestyle
98. Feb. 12, 2018: Jamie Anderson, snowboarding, women’s slopestyle
99. Feb. 13, 2018: Chloe Kim, snowboarding, women’s halfpipe

100. Feb. 14, 2018: Shaun White, snowboarding, men’s halfpipe

 

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