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Olympics closing ceremony 2010, final medal count - video, pictures, photographs
The Vancouver Olympics 2010 has come to an end. The video, pictures and photographs of the Olympics closing ceremony are available. The final medals count is mentioned here.
 

The Vancouver Olympics 2010 has come to an end. The video, pictures and photographs of the Olympics closing ceremony are available all over the net. The 2001 closing ceremony has some great momenets including Apolo Ohno winning 3 medals for his country and becoming the world's most decorated winter Olympian.

 
Luger Nodal Kumaritashvili was also remembered at the closing ceremony of the 21st Winter Olympics at Vancouver British Columbia. Even figure skater Joannie Rochette was remembered, who carried the country's flag after she won the bronze medal following her mother's sudden death. The torch was handed over to Mayor Anatoly Pakhomov of Sochi, Russia for the 2014 games.

Some of the famous citizens from Canada like Michael J fox, Catherine O'Hara and the william Shatner also participated in the closing ceremony. Six notable musical acts were also performed at the closing ceremony 2010. The performances at the Olympics 2010 closing ceremony:
 

Simple Plan  - "Your Love is a Lie"

Alanis Morissette  - "Wunderkind"
Avril Lavigne  - "My Happy Ending" and "Girlfriend"
Nickelback  - "How You Remine Me" and “Burn It to the Ground”
Michael Bublé - "Maple Leaf Forever"
Neil Young - "Long May You Run" 
 
The Final medal count, medal tally at the Vancouver Olympics 2010:
 
United States - Gold 9, Silver 15, Bronze 13, total medals 37

Germany - Gold 10, Silver 13, Bronze 7, total medals 30

 
Canada - Gold 14, Silver 7, Bronze 5, total medals 26

 
Norway - Gold 9, Silver 8, Bronze 6, total medals 23

 
Austria - Gold 4, Silver 6, Bronze 6, total medals 16

 
Russian Federation - Gold 3, Silver 5, Bronze 7, total medals 15

 
Korea - Gold 6, Silver 6, Bronze 2, total medals 14
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