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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

2022 Winter Olympics Medal Count So Far

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Editor’s Note: This count is accurate as of February 11, 2022 at 12:25 p.m.

WORLDWIDE — It’s been about a little over a week since the opening ceremony of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games.

Since then, eight Olympians from the United States have received gold medals:

  • Nathan Chen – Gold in Men Single Skating (Figure Skating)
  • Team United States of America (Freestyle Skiing) – Ashley Caldwell, Winter Vinecki, Christopher Lillis, Justin Schoenfeld, Eric Loughgran took home the Gold Medal in Mixed Team Ariels.
  • Lindsey Jacobellis – Gold in Women’s Snowboard Cross.
  • Chloe Kim – Gold in Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe.

Five Olympians from the U.S. have received Silver Medals:

  • Ryan Cochran-Siegle – Silver in Men’s Super-G (Alpine Skiing)
  • Team United States of America (Figure Skating) – Ashley Cain Gribble, Madison Chock, Kaitlin Hawayek, Madison Hubbell, Alexa Knierim, Alysa Liu, Jean-Luc Baker, Evan Bates, Jason Brown, Zachary Donohue, Brandon Frazier, Timothy Leduc, Mariah Bell, Vincent Zhou, Karen Chen, and Nathan Chen took home a Silver medal in Team Event (Figure Skating)
  • Colby Stevenson – Silver in Men’s Freeski Big Air (Freestyle Skiing)
  • Jaelin Kauf – Silver in Women’s Moguls (Freestyle Skiing)
  • Julia Marino – Silver in Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle (Snowboard)
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Currently, Jessie Diggins is the only Bronze medal recipient from the U.S.

Diggins took home the third-place medal in Women’s Sprint Free (Cross-Country Skiing).

The following list is a roundup of the current medal count as it stands for Feb. 11, 2022.

The list is ordered by country with the highest gold medal count to date.

Medal Count as of Feb. 10

  1. Germany – Gold: 7, Silver: 4, Bronze: 0
  2. Norway – Gold: 6, Silver: 3, Bronze 5
  3. Netherlands – Gold: 5, Silver: 4, Bronze: 1
  4. Sweden – Gold: 5, Silver: 2, Bronze: 2
  5. Austria – Gold: 4, Silver: 6, Bronze: 4
  6. United States of America – Gold: 4, Silver: 5, Bronze: 1
  7. People’s Republic of China – Gold: 3, Silver: 3, Bronze: 1
  8. ROC – Gold: 2, Silver: 4, Bronze: 6
  9. Italy – Gold: 2, Silver: 4, Bronze: 4
  10. Japan – Gold: 2, Silver: 2, Bronze: 4
  11. Slovenia – Gold: 2, Silver: 1, Bronze: 2
  12. Switzerland – Gold: 2, Silver: 0, Bronze: 5
  13. France – Gold: 1, Silver: 5, Bronze: 0
  14. Canada – Gold: 1, Silver: 4, Bronze: 7
  15. Finland – Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Bronze: 2
  16. Australia – Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Bronze: 1
  17. Republic of Korea – Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Bronze: 1
  18. Czech Republic – Gold: 1, Silver: 0, Bronze: 1
  19. New Zealand – Gold: 1, Silver: 0, Bronze: 0
  20. Slovakia – Gold: 1, Silver: 0, Bronze: 0
  21. Belarus – Gold: 0, Silver: 1, Bronze: 0
  22. Spain – Gold: 0, Silver:1, Bronze: 0
  23. Hungary – Gold: 0, Silver: 0, Bronze: 2
  24. Belgium – Gold: 0, Silver: 0, Bronze: 1
  25. Latvia – Gold: 0, Silver: 0, Bronze: 1
  26. Poland – Gold: 0, Silver: 0, Bronze: 1

More news and updates can be found on the Olympic Winter Games website.

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