Here’s How Many Medals Every Country Has Won at the 2018 Winter Olympics So Far

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By Eli Meixler

As the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games get into full swing, all eyes are on the Olympics medal count. Germany currently sits atop the leader board with three golds, while Norway leads the total medal tally with eight, buoyed by the Men’s Cross-Country Skiing events on Sunday. The Netherlands climbed into contention with five medals in speed skating, and Lim Hyojun brought home the first medal, a gold, for hosts South Korea in the Short Track Speed Skating on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Team USA places fifth with three medals, including Redmond Gerard’s snowboarding Slopestyle gold and Chris Mazdzer’s Men’s Olympic Luge medal — a first in U.S. history.

Here’s how many medals each country has won so far:

Germany, 4 medals

Gold: 3 medals

  • Arnd Peiffe, Biathalon, Men’s 10km Sprint
  • Laura Dahlmeier, Biathalon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint
  • Andreas Wellinger, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Johannes Ludwig in Men’s Singles Luge

Netherlands, 5 medals

Gold: 2 medals

  • Sven Kramer, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m
  • Carlijn Achtereekte, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m

Silver: 2 medals

  • Sjinkie Knegt, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Ireen Wurst, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Antoinette De Jong,Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m

Norway, 8 medals

Gold: 1 medal

  • Simen Hegstad Krueger, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon

Silver: 4 medals

  • Marte Olsbu, Biathalon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint
  • Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon
  • Martit Bjoergen, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon
  • Johann Andre Forfang, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual

Bronze: 4 medals

  • Hans Christer Holund, Cross-country Skiing, Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon
  • Robert Johansson, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual
  • Sverre Lunde Pedersen, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m

Canada, 5 medals

Gold: 1 medal

  • Figure Skating, Team Event

Silver: 3 medals

  • Justine Dufour-Lapointe, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls
  • Max Parrot, Snowboarding, Men’s Slopestyle
  • Ted-Jan Bloemen, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Mark McMorris, Snowboarding, Men’s Slopestyle

United States, 3 medals

Gold: 1 medal

Silver: 1 medal

Bronze: 1 medal

Austria, 1 medal

Gold: 1 medal

  • David Gleirscher, Luge, Men’s Singles

France, 1 medal

Gold: 1 medal

  • Perrine Laffont, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls

South Korea, 1 medal

Gold: 1 medal

  • Lim Hyojun, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m

Sweden, 1 medal

Gold: 1 medal

  • Charlotte Kalla, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon

Czech Republic, 2 medals

Silver: 1 medal

  • Michal Krcmar, Biathalon, Men’s 10km Sprint

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Veronika Vitkova, Biathalon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint

Olympic Athletes from Russia, 2 medals

Silver: 1 medal

  • Figure Skating, Team Event

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Semen Elistratov, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m

Finland, 1 medal

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Krista Parmakoski, Cross-country Skiing, Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon

Italy, 1 medal

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Dominik Windisch, Biathalon, Men’s 10km Sprint

Kazakhstan, 1 medal

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Yulia Galysheva, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls

 

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