The final Infostrada Sports’ Virtual Medal Table release provides good news for the United States team. With an expected 16 golds, nine silver and four bronze medals, Team USA is projected to finish two gold medals ahead of Norway.
However, in terms of total medals it is Norway, with a total of 37, who are expected to lead the field in Sochi. Canada, with 33 medals including 11 golds, and Germany with 29 medals are projected to round off the leading quartet of medal winning nations.
For a closer look at the full medal table, its insights and methodology click here.
Please click here for Infostrada Sports’ complete Olympic offering like More than Medals, Widgets and different data products & services.
The International Paralympic Committee, the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement and Infostrada Sports, a leading full service sport and media company, have extended their partnership agreement for another four years until after the PyeongChang2018 Paralympic Winter Games in South Korea.
Over the period, Infostrada Sports will research, collect,… Read more »
Infostrada Sports, PSV Eindhoven and UPC launch the project ‘Connected Stadium’, a service where wireless internet, online media, a new PSV app and digital services come together – a first for the Netherlands.
The Philips Stadium of the Dutch football club PSV will be provided with a reliable Wi-Fi-application for… Read more »
Infostrada Sports will be exhibiting at SportAccord Convention which takes place in Antalya Belek, Turkey from 6 – 11 April. SportAccord Convention is a 6-day annual gathering of over 2500 leading representatives from international sport. It encompasses the Congress and General Assemblies of three associations whose members consist of 108… Read more »