How many medals have the USA won in the winter Olympics?

The USA has won a total of 315 medals in the winter Olympics. In 1924, the USA won 8 medals; 1 gold medal in speed skating, 2 silver medals in Figure skating, 2 silver medals in Ice hockey, and 3 Bronze medals in Ski jumping. In the 1928 winter Olympics, the USA won 12 medals; 1 gold medal in men’s skeleton, 1 gold medal in Five-man Bobsleigh, 2 silver medals in men’s skeleton, 2 silver medals in Five-man Bobsleigh, 3 bronze medals in 500m speed skating, and 3 bronze medals in ladies single in Figure skating.

In 1932, the USA won 12 medals; 5 medals for speed skating, 4 medals for Bobsleigh, 2 for Figure skating, and 1 for Ice hockey. In 1936, the USA won 4 medals; 2 for Bobsleigh, 1 for Ice hockey, and 1 for speed skating. In 1948, the USA won 9 medals; 3 gold, 4 silver, and 2 bronze medals. In 1952, the USA won 11 medals; 4 gold, 6 silver, and 1 bronze.

In 1956, the USA won 7 medals; 2 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze. In 1960, it won 10 medals; 3 gold, 4 silver, and 3 bronze. In 1964, it won 7 medals; 1 gold, 2 silver, and 4 bronze. In 1968, the USA won 7 medals; 1 gold, 5 silver, and 1 bronze. In 1972, the USA got 8 medals; 3 gold, 2 silver, and 3 bronze. The USA won 10 medals in 1976, 12 medals in 1980, (6 gold,4 silver, and 2 bronze), 8 medals in 1984 (4 gold and 4 silver), 6 medals in 1988 (2 gold,1 silver, and 3 bronze), 11 medals in 1992 (5 gold,4 silver, and 2 bronze), 13 medals in 1994 (6 gold, 5 silver, and 2 bronze), 13 medals in 1998 (6,3,4), in 2002, 34 medals; 10,13,11, ,25 medals in 2006 medals (9,9,7), in 2010 37 medals; 9,15,13, in 2014 28 medals (9,9,10), in 2018 23 medals.

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