- Downhill Gold: Lutherans, Silver: Southern Baptists, Bronze: Reformed
- Slalom Gold: Roman Catholics, no silver or gold because all other competitors diverged off the path
Biathalon, Gold: Roman Catholic, Silver: Coptic Orthodox, Bronze: Byzantine Rite Catholics
Bobsleigh, Gold: Lutherans, Silver: Methodist, Bronze: Prebyterians
Cross Country Skiing, Gold: Pentecostalism, Silver: Roman Caholicism, Bronze: Evangelical Christians
Curling, Gold: Quakers, Silver: Unitarians, Bronze: the Amish
- Mens, Gold: Russian Orthodox, Silver: Anglicanism, Bronze: Ukrainian catholic
- Womens: Gold, Russian Orthodox, Silver: Ukrainian Catholic, Bronze: Roman Catholic
- Ice Dance Pairs, Gold: Russian Orthodox, Silver: Roman Catholic, Bronze: Antiochene Orthodox
Freestyle Skiing (Moguls), Gold: Unitarians, Silver: United Church of Christ, Bronze: Episcopalians
Ice Hockey: Gold: Roman Catholic, Silver: Presbyterian, Bronze: Lutheran
Luge: Gold: Seventh Day Adventist, Silver: Messianic Jews, Bronze: Jehovah's Witnesses
Nordic Combined: The WCC convened and decided they had no idea what Nordic Combined was. While an attempt was made to create an ecumenical discussion on the definition of the sport, it was decided this would be even more difficult than finding a common definition of the eucharist/Lord's Supper and everyone decided to head to the chalet and have a reconciliatory fair trade cocoa instead. Competition cancelled.
Short track Speed Skating, Gold: Evangelical Christian, Silver: Jehovah's Witnesses, Bronze: Baptists
Skeleton, Gold: Reformed, Silver: Lutheran, Bronze: Presbyterian
Ski Jumping: Gold: Roman Catholicism, Silver: Pentecostalism, Bronze: Willow Creek
Snowboarding, Gold: Spiritual Not Religious, Silver: Unitarian, Bronze: United Church of Christ
Speed Skating, Gold: Roman Catholic, Silver: Greek Orthodox, Bronze: Russian Orthodox
In general, it was a good Olympics for the Catholics, who traded on their endurance, liturgical elegance, and ability to adapt, the Russian Orthodox, who train like heck for any sporting event and brought a deep beauty to every event, and the Lutherans, since Luther's small catechism required facility in winter sports for confirmation (the little known reason for Lutheranism's long standing popularity in Scandanavia).
The surprise of the games was the weak showing for the Baptists, who do make up a significant percentage of Christians worldwide, but the president of the Southern Baptist Convention reminded people that Baptists typically shrink and die north of the Mason-Dixon line, and perform better at the Summer Olympics.
Ecumenical dialogue begins again starting March, after the bragging rights have died down.