The largest and heaviest medals ever awarded to medal winners at an Olympics was at the 1936 Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. They were 100 millimetres in diameter, four millimetres thick and weighed 342 grams. Norway finished top of the medals table with a total of 15, including seven gold, easily ahead of the host nation Germany, who won six, three of them gold.
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With Glasgow 2014 fast approaching, Commonwealth Games England chief executive Adam Paker looks forward to the challenges and opportunities that await the nation both on the sports field and off it in terms of growth and future Games bids. Mike Rowbottom reports