By Eli Meixler
Updated: February 25, 2018 11:23 AM ET | Originally published: February 12, 2018

 

Norway dominated the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, with 39 total medals, including 14 golds, thanks to the country’s skilled skiers and biathletes.

Norway finished with the most medals of any of the 92 countries to compete, with Germany coming in second with 31 medals and Canada taking third with 29. Despite a lackluster start, the United States finished fourth in the medal count with 23 — nine of which were gold. The Netherlands landed in fifth place in the medal count with 20 medals, eight of them golds, after racking up speed skating honors.

Norway and Germany sat on top of the leaderboard for the majority of the Games’ two weeks of events, and both earned historic medals and commanded the competition. Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal became the oldest Olympic Alpine skiing champion at age 35 with his downhill win, and Germany dominated the bobsled events, taking home both gold and silver in the four-man event.

The International Olympic Committee banned Russia, which earned the most medals in 2014 in Sochi, this year at the Games following an investigation that found widespread, systematic doping. Some athletes from the country were cleared for the Games but competed as the “Olympic Athletes from Russia” and did not wear their country’s flag. Still, “OAR” took home 17 medals.

The U.S. had a number of surprising wins and defeats at the Games. The women’s ice hockey team ended a 20-year gold medal drought against arch rival Canada with a thrilling overtime shootout win, and the men’s curling team won its first-ever gold medal. Snowboarders like Chloe Kim, Shaun White, Red Gerard and Jamie Anderson helped the U.S. earn nine golds, and alpine skiers Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn took home a gold and silver, and a bronze, respectively. Still, the U.S. was expecting other medals at the Games, including a repeat for Shiffrin in her signature slalom event (she failed to get on the podium in that one), and an individual medal for figure skater Nathan Chen, who did not earn one despite landing a historic six quads in his program.

Chris Mazdzer’s won the Men’s Olympic Luge silver — a first in U.S. history — while the American women’s cross-country sprint free gold on Wednesday was a first for Team USA, and America’s first medal in the Scandinavian-dominated discipline since Bill Koch’s silver in 1976.

Here’s how many medals each country won at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Norway, 39 medals

Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo of Norway celebrates after the victory during the Mens Individual Sprint Classic Finals on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 14 medals

  • Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Sprint Classic
  • Simen Hegstad Krueger, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon
  • Maren Lundby, Ski Jumping, Ladies’ Normal Hill Individual
  • Aksel Lund Svindal, Skiing, Men’s Downhill
  • Ragnhild Haga, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 10km Freestyle
  • Johannes Thinges Boe, Biathlon, Men’s 20km Individual
  • Cross-Country Skiing Ladies’ 4 x 5km Relay, Team Event
  • Oystein Braaten, Men’s Ski Slopestyle
  • Cross-Country Skiing Men’s 4 x 10km Relay, Team Event
  • Ski Jumping, Men’s Team Large Hill
  • Haavard Lorentzen, Speed Skating, Men’s 500m
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Team Sprint Free
  • Speed Skating, Men’s Team Pursuit
  • Marit Bjoergen, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 30km Mass Start Classic

Silver: 14 medals

  • Marit Bjoergen, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon
  • Maiken Caspersen Falla, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’s Sprint Classic
  • Johann Andre Forfang, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual
  • Marte Olsbu, Biathlon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint
  • Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon
  • Kjetil Jansrud, Skiing, Men’s Downhill
  • Ragnhild Mowinckel, Skiing, Ladies’ Giant Slalom
  • Simen Hegstad Krueger, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km Free
  • Henrick Kristoffersen, Men’s Giant Slalom
  • Biathlon, 2×7.5km Women + 2×7.5km Men Mixed Relay
  • Ragnhild Mowinckel, Skiing, Ladies’ Downhill
  • Nordic Combined, Team Gundersen LH/4x5km
  • Biathlon, Men’s 4×7.5km Relay
  • Speed Skating, Men’s 1000m

Bronze: 11 medals

  • Hans Christer Holund, Cross-country Skiing, Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon
  • Robert Johansson, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual
  • Robert Johansson, Ski Jumping, Men’s Large Hill Individual
  • Sverre Lunde Pedersen, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m
  • Marit Bjoergen, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 10km Freestyle
  • Kjetil Jansrud, Skiing, Men’s Super-G
  • Tiril Eckhoff, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 12.5km Mass Start
  • Emil Hegle Svendsen, Biathalon, Men’s 15km Mass Start
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ Team Sprint Free
  • Curling, Mixed Doubles
  • Alpine Skiing, Alpine Team Event

Germany, 31 medals

Gold medalist Laura Dahlmeier of Germany poses during the medal ceremony after the Women's Biathlon 10km Pursuit on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 14 medals

  • Laura Dahlmeier, Biathlon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint
  • Laura Dahlmeier, Biathlon, Women’s 10km Pursuit
  • Eric Frenzel, Nordic Combined, Individual Gundersen NH/10km
  • Natalie Geisenberger, Luge, Women’s Singles
  • Arnd Peiffer, Biathlon, Men’s 10km Sprint
  • Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, Men’s Luge Doubles
  • Andreas Wellinger, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual
  • Aljona Savchenko & Bruno Massot, Figure Skating, Pairs Skating
  • Natalie Geisenberger, Johannes Ludwig, Tobias Wendl & Tobias Arlt, Luge, Team Relay Competition
  • Thorsten Margis and Francesco Friedrich, Bobsled, 2-Man
  • Johannes Rydzek, Nordic Combined, Individual Gunderson LH/10k
  • Women’s Bobsleigh
  • Nordic Combined, Team Gundersen LH/4x5km
  • Bobsleigh, 4-man

Silver: 10 medals

  • Katharina Althaus, Ski Jumping, Ladies’ Normal Hill Individual
  • Dajana Eitberger, Luge, Women’s Singles
  • Jacqueline Loelling, Women’s Skeleton
  • Andreas Wellinger, Ski Jumping, Men’s Large Hill Individual
  • Simon Schempp, Biathlon, Men’s 15km Mass Start
  • Ski Jumping, Men’s Team Large Hill
  • Fabian Rissole, Nordic Combined, Individual Gunderson LH/10k
  • Selina Joerg, Snowboard, Ladies’ Parallel Giant Slalom
  • Bobsleigh, 4-man
  • Men’s Ice Hockey

Bronze: 7 medals

  • Johannes Ludwig, Luge, Men’s Singles
  • Benedikt Doll, Biathlon, Men’s 12.5km Pursuit
  • Eggert Toni & Benecken Sascha, Luge, Doubles
  • Laura Dahlmeier, Biathlon, Women’s 15km Individual
  • Eric Frenzel, Nordic Combined, Individual Gunderson LH/10k
  • Biathlon, Men’s 4×7.5km Relay
  • Ramona Theresia Hofmeister, Snowboard, Ladies’ Parallel Giant Slalom

Canada, 29 medals

Canada's gold medal-winning team celebrate on the podium during the medal ceremony for the figure skating team event on Feb. 12, 2018.
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Gold: 11 medals

  • Curling, Mixed Doubles
  • Figure Skating, Team Event
  • Mikael Kingsbury, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Moguls
  • Ted-Jan Bloemen, Speed Skating, Men’s 10,000m
  • Samuel Girard, Short-Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,000m
  • Alexander Kopacz and Justin Kripps, Bobsled, 2-Man
  • Cassie Sharpe, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Halfpipe
  • Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir, Figure Skating, Ice Dance
  • Brady Leman, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Cross
  • Kelsey Serwa, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Cross
  • Sebastien Toutant, Snowboard, Men’s Big Air

Silver: 8 medals

  • Justine Dufour-Lapointe, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls
  • Max Parrot, Snowboarding, Men’s Slopestyle
  • Ted-Jan Bloemen, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m
  • Laurie Blouin, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Slopestyle
  • Alex Gough, Sam Edney, Tristan Walker & Justin Snith, Luge, Team Relay Competition
  • Women’s Ice Hockey
  • Kim Boutin, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m
  • Brittany Phelan, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Cross

Bronze: 10 medals

  • Kim Boutin, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 500m
  • Kim Boutin, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Alex Gough, Luge, Women’s Singles
  • Mark McMorris, Snowboarding, Men’s Slopestyle
  • Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford, Figure Skating, Pairs Skating
  • Mark McMorris, Snowboarding, Men’s Slopestyle
  • Women’s Bobsleigh
  • Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m Relay
  • Kaetlyn Osmond, Figure Skating, Ladies’ Single Skating
  • Men’s Ice Hockey

United States, 23 medals

Gold medalist Chloe Kim of the United States celebrates her gold medal win during the Snowboard Ladies' Halfpipe competition on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 9 medals

Silver: 8 medals

  • Chris Mazdzer, Luge, Men’s Singles
  • John-Henry Krueger, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,000 meters
  • Nicholas Goepper, Men’s Ski Slopestyle
  • Women’s Bobsleigh
  • Jamie Anderson, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Big Air
  • Alex Ferreira, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Halfpipe
  • Mikaela Shiffrin, Skiing, Ladies’ Alpine Combined
  • Kyle Mack, Snowboard, Men’s Big Air

Bronze: 6 medals

Netherlands, 20 medals

Gold medal winner Ireen Wust of The Netherlands reacts during the victory ceremony after winning the Ladies 1,500m Long Track Speed Skating final on Feb. 12, 2018.
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Gold: 8 medals

  • Carlijn Achtereekte, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m
  • Sven Kramer, Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m
  • Kjeld Nuis, Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Jorien ter Mors, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m
  • Ireen Wust, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Esmee Visser, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 5,000m
  • Suzanne Schulting, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m
  • Kjeld Nuis, Speed Skating, Men’s 1,000m

Silver: 6 medals

  • Sjinkie Knegt, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Patrick Roest, Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Yara van Kerkhof, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 500m
  • Ireen Wurst, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m
  • Jorrit Bergsma, Speed Skating, Men’s 10,000m
  • Speed Skating, Ladies’ Team Pursuit

Bronze: 6 medals

  • Antoinette De Jong, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m
  • Marrit Leenstra, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Short Track Speed Skating, ladies’ 3,000m relay
  • Speed Skating, Men’s Team Pursuit
  • Irene Schouten, Speed Skating, Ladies’ Mass Start
  • Koen Verweij, Speed Skating, Men’s Mass Start

South Korea, 17 medals

South Korea's Lim Hyojun celebrates after the men's 5,000m relay short track speed skating heat event on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 5 medals

  • Hyojun Lim, Short-Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Sungbin Yun, Men’s Skeleton
  • Minjeong Choi, Short-Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m Relay
  • Lee Seung-Hoon, Speed Skating, Men’s Mass Start

Silver: 8 medals

  • Lee Sang-Hwa, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 500m
  • Cha Min-Kyu, Speed Skating, Men’s 500m
  • Speed Skating, Men’s Team Pursuit
  • Hwang Dae-heon, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 500m
  • Lee Sangho, Snowboard, Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom
  • Kim Bo-Reum, Speed Skating, Ladies’ Mass Start
  • Bobsleigh, 4-man
  • Women’s Curling

Bronze: 4 medals

  • Min Seok Kim, Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Yira Seo, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,000m
  • Lim Hyojun, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 500m
  • Kim Tae-yun, Speed Skating, Men’s 1,000m

Olympic Athletes from Russia, 17 medals

Olympic Athletes from Russia Mikhail Kolyada, Evgenia Medvedeva, Alina Zagitova, Yevgenia Tarasova, Vladimir Morozov, Natalya Zabiyako, Alexander Enbert, Ekaterina Bobrova, and Dmitri Soloviev (L-R) pose with their silver medals during the victory ceremony for the figure skating team event.
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Gold: 2 medal

  • Alina Zagitova, Figure Skating, Ladies’ Single Skating
  • Men’s Ice Hockey

Silver: 6 medals

  • Figure Skating, Team Event
  • Nikita Tregubov, Men’s Skeleton
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Team Event
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Team Sprint Free
  • Evgenia Medvedeva, Figure Skating, Ladies’ Single Skating
  • Alexander Bolshunov, Cross-Country SKiing, Men’s 50km Mass Start Classic

Bronze: 9 medals

  • Alexander Bolshunov, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Sprint Classic
  • Yulia Belorukova, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ Sprint Classic
  • Semen Elistratov, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 1,500m
  • Denis Spitsov, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km Free
  • Natalia Voronina, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 5,000m
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 4 x 5km Relay
  • Ilia Burov, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Aerials
  • Sergey Ridzik, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Cross

  • Andrey Larkov, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 50km Mass Start Classic

Sergey Ridzik, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Cross

Switzerland, 15 medals

Martin Rios (L) and Jenny Perret of Team Perret (Glarus, Switzerland) in a match against Team Moskaleva (Dmitrov, Russia) at International Mixed Doubles Sochi 2017, an event of the 2017-2018 World Mixed Doubles Curling Tour, at the Ice Cube Curling Center.
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Gold: 5 medals

  • Dario Cologna, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 15km Free
  • Sarah Hoefflin, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Slopestyle
  • Michelle Gisin, Skiing, Ladies’ Alpine Combined
  • Alpine Skiing, Alpine Team Event
  • Nevin Galmarni, Snowboard, Men’s Parallel Slalom

Silver: 6 medals

  • Curling, Mixed Doubles
  • Beat Feuz, Skiing, Men’s Super-G
  • Wendy Holdener, Skiing, Women’s Slalom
  • Mathilde Gremaud, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Slopestyle
  • Marc Bischofberger, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Cross
  • Ramon Zenhaeusern, Skiing, Mens’ Slalom

Bronze: 4 medal

  • Beat Fuez, Skiing, Men’s Downhill
  • Wendy Holdener, Skiing, Ladies’ Alpine Combined
  • Fanny Smith, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Cross
  • Men’s Curling

France, 15 medals

Perrine Laffont of France celebrates winning gold during the Freestyle Skiing Ladies' Moguls Final on Feb. 11, 2018.
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Gold: 5 medals

  • Perrine Laffont, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls
  • Martin Fourcade, Biathlon, Men’s 12.5km Pursuit
  • Pierre Vaultier, Snowboarding, Men’s Snowboard Cross
  • Martin Fouracde, Biathlon, Men’s 15m Mass Start
  • Biathlon, 2x6km Women + 2×7.5km Men Mixed Relay

Silver: 4 medals

  • Alexis Pinturault, Skiing, Men’s Alpine Combined
  • Julia Pereira de Sousa Mabileau, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Snowboard Cross
  • Marie Martinod, Skiing, Freestyle Ladies’ Ski Halfpipe
  • Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron, Figure Skating, Ice Dance

Bronze: 6 medals

  • Anais Bescond, Biathlon, Women’s 10km Pursuit
  • Victor Muffat-Jeandet, Skiing, Men’s Alpine Combined
  • Alexis Pinturault, Alpine Skiing, Men’s Giant Slalom
  • Cross-Country skiing, Men’s 4 x 10lm relay, Team Event
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Team Sprint Free
  • Biathlon, Women’s 4x6km Relay

Sweden, 14 medals

Gold medalist Charlotte Kalla of Sweden celebrates during the Medal Ceremony for the Cross-Country Skiing Ladies' 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon on Feb. 10, 2018.
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Gold: 7 medals

  • Frida Hansdotter, Skiing, Ladies’ Slalom
  • Hanna Obeberg, Biathlon, Ladies’ 15km Individual
  • Charlotte Kalla, Cross-Country Skiing, 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon
  • Stina Nilsson, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ Sprint Classic
  • Andre Myhrer, Skiing, Mens’ Slalom
  • Biathlon, Men’s 4×7.5km Relay
  • Women’s Curling

Silver: 6 medals

  • Sebastian Samuelsson, Biathlon, Men’s 12.5km Pursuit
  • Charlotte Kalla, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 10km Free
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 4 x 5km Relay
  • Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ Team Sprint Free
  • Biathlon, Women’s 4x6km Relay
  • Men’s Curling

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Stina Nilsson, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 30 km Mass Start Classic

Austria, 14 medals

Luger David Gleirscher of Austria reacts as he wins the men's singles luge event.
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Gold: 5 medals

  • David Gleirscher, Luge, Men’s Singles
  • Marcel Hirscher, Skiing, Men’s Alpine Combined, Men’s Giant Slalom
  • Matthias Mayer, Skiing, Men’s Super-G
  • Anna Gasser, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Big Air

Silver: 3 medals

  • Peter Penz & Georg Fischler, Luge, Doubles
  • Anna Veith, Skiing, Ladies’ Super-G
  • Alpine Skiing, Alpine Team Event

Bronze: 6 medals

  • Lukas Klapfer, Nordic Combined, Individual Gundersen NH/10km
  • Dominik Landertinger, Biathlon, Men’s 20km Individual
  • Madelein Egle, David Gleirscher, Peter Penz & Georg Fischler, Luge, Team Relay Competition
  • Katharina Gallhuber, Skiing, Women’s Slalom
  • Michael Matt, Skiing, Mens’ Slalom
  • Nordic Combined, Team Gundersen LH/4x5km

Japan, 13 medals

Japan's silver medallist Miho Takagi waves on the podium during the medal ceremony for the speed skating women's 1500m on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 4 medal

  • Yuzuru Hanyu, Figure Skating, Men’s Single Skating
  • Nao Kodaira, Speed Skating, Ladies 500m
  • Speed Skating, Ladies’ Team Pursuit
  • Nana Takagi, Speed Skating, Ladies’ Mass Start

Silver: 5 medals

  • Ayumu Hirano, Snowboarding, Men’s Halfpipe
  • Nao Kodaira, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m
  • Miho Takagi, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Akito Watabe, Nordic Combined, Individual Gundersen NH/10km
  • Shoma Uno, Figure Skating, Men’s Single Skating

Bronze: 4 medals

  • Daichi Hara, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Moguls
  • Miho Takagi, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m
  • Sara Takanashi, Ski Jumping, Ladies’ Normal Hill Individual
  • Women’s Curling

Italy, 10 medals

Michela Moioli of Italy celebrates winning gold in the Ladies' Snowboard Cross gold medal at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 16, 2018.
Michela Moioli of Italy celebrates winning gold in the Ladies' Snowboard Cross gold medal at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 16, 2018.

Gold: 3 medals

  • Arianna Fontana, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 500s
  • Michaela Moioli, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Snowboard Cross
  • Sofia Goggia, Skiing, Ladies’ Downhill

Silver: 2 medal

  • Federico Pellegrino, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s Sprint Classic
  • Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 3,000m Relay

Bronze: 5 medals

  • Dominik Windisch, Biathlon, Men’s 10km Sprint
  • Federica Brignone, Skiing, Ladies’ Giant Slalom
  • Nicola Tumolero, Speed Skating, Men’s 10,000m
  • Biathlon, 2x6km Women + 2×7.5m Men Mixed Relay
  • Arianna Fontana, Short Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,000m

China, 9 medals

Silver medallist China's Liu Jiayu celebrates during the victory ceremony after the women's snowboard halfpipe final on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Wu Dajing, Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 500m

Silver: 6 medals

  • Jiayu Liu, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Halfpipe
  • Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, Figure Skating, Pairs Skating
  • Xin Zhang, Freestyle Skiing, Women’s Aerials
  • Jinyu Li, Short-Track Speed Skating, Ladies’ 1,500m
  • Zongyang Jia, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Aerials
  • Short Track Speed Skating, Men’s 5,00m Relay

Bronze: 2 medal

  • Kong Fanyu, Freestyle Skiing, Women’s Aerials
  • Gao Tingyu, Speed Skating, Men’s 500m

Czech Republic, 7 medals

Czech Republic's silver medallist Michal Krcmar poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the biathlon men's 10km sprint on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 2 medal

  • Ester Ledecka, Alpine Skiing, Ladies’ Super-G
  • Ester Ledecka, Snowboard, Ladies’ Parallel Giant Slalom

Silver: 2 medal

  • Michal Krcmar, Biathlon, Men’s 10km Sprint
  • Martina Sablikova, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 5,000

Bronze: 3 medals

  • Veronika Vitkova, Biathlon, Women’s 7.5km Sprint
  • Eva Samkova, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Snowboard Cross
  • Karolina Erbanova, Speed Skating, Ladies’ 500m

Finland, 6 medals

Bronze medalist Enni Rukajarvi of Finland celebrates in the Snowboard Ladies' Slopestyle Final on Feb. 12, 2018.
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Iivo Niskanen, Cross-Country Skiing, Men’s 50km Mass Start Classic

Silver: 1 medal

  • Krista Parmakoski, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 30km Mass Start Classic

Bronze: 4 medals

  • Krista Parmakoski, Cross-country Skiing, Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon
  • Enni Rukajarvi, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Slopestyle
  • Krista Parmakoski, Cross-Country Skiing, Ladies’ 10km Freestyle
  • Women’s Ice Hockey

Great Britain, 5 medals

Great Britain's Dom Parsons after his third run in the Skeleton at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea on Feb. 16, 2018.
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Lizzy Yarnold, Women’s Skeleton

Bronze: 4 medals

  • Dom Parsons, Men’s Skeleton
  • Laura Deas, Women’s Skeleton
  • Isabel Atkin, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Ski Slopestyle
  • Billy Morgan, Snowboard, Men’s Big Air

Belarus, 3 medals

Hanna Huskova of Belarus competes during the Freestyle Skiing Ladies' Aerials Final on day seven of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Phoenix Snow Park on February 16, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.
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Gold: 2 medals

  • Hanna Huskova, Freestyle Skiing, Women’s Aerials
  • Biathlon, Women’s 4x6km Relay

Silver: 1 medal

  • Darya Domracheva, Biathlon, Women’s 12.5km Mass Start

Slovakia, 3 medals

Slovakia's silver medallist Anastasiya Kuzmina poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the biathlon women's 10km pursuit on Feb. 13, 2018.
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Anastasiya Kuzmina, Biathlon, Women’s 12.5km Mass Start

Silver: 2 medals

  • Anastasiya Kuzmina, Biathlon, Women’s 10km Pursuit
  • Anastasiya Kuzmina, Biathlon, Women’s 15km Individual

Australia, 3 medals

Matt Graham of Australia celebrates his silver medal in the Freestyle Skiing Men's Moguls competition on Feb. 12, 2018.
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Silver: 2 medals

  • Matt Graham, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Moguls
  • Jarryd Hughes, Snowboarding, Men’s Snowboard Cross

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Scotty James, Snowboarding, Halfpipe

Poland, 2 medals

Kamil Stoch of Poland celebrates following the Ski Jumping - Men's Large Hill on day eight of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games .
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Kamil Stoch, Ski Jumping, Men’s Normal Hill Individual

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Ski Jumping, Men’s Team Large Hill

Spain, 2 medals

Regino Hernandez of Spain celebrates his bronze medal in the Men's Snowboard Cross at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 15, 2018.
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Bronze: 2 medals

  • Regino Hernandez, Snowboarding, Men’s Snowboard Cross
  • Javier Fernandez, Figure Skating, Men’s Single Skating

New Zealand, 2 medals

New Zealand's Zoi Sadowski Synnott competes during the women's snowboard big air final at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 22, 2018.
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Bronze: 2 medals

  • Zoi Sadowski Synnott, Snowboarding, Ladies’ Big Air
  • Nico Porteous, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Ski Halfpipe

Ukraine, 1 medal

Ukraine's gold medallist Oleksandr Abramenko gestures on the podium during the medal ceremony for the freestyle skiing Men's Aerials
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Oleksandr Abramenko, Freestyle Skiing, Men’s Aerials

Hungary, 1 medal

Team Hungary celebrate their gold win on the podium in the men's 5,000m relay short track speed skating on Feb. 22, 2018.
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Gold: 1 medal

  • Speed Skating, Men’s 5,000m Relay

Slovenia, 1 medal

Jakov Fak of Slovenia reacts at the finish of the Men's 20km Individual Biathlon during the 2018 Winter Olympics on February 15, 2018.
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Silver: 1 medal

  • Jakov Fak, Biathlon, Men’s 20km Indvidual

Kazakhstan, 1 medal

Kazakhstan's Yulia Galysheva reacts after the women's moguls final event during the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 11, 2018.
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Bronze: 1 medal

  • Yulia Galysheva, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies’ Moguls

Latvia, 1 medal

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MARK RALSTON – AFP/Getty ImagesLatvia’s Janis Strenga (L) and Oskars Melbardis celebrate after winning the bronze medal in the 2-man bobsleigh heat 4 final run on February 19, 2018

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Janis Strenga and Oskars Melbardis, Bobsled, 2-Man

Liechtenstein, 1 medal

Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein celebrates during the medal ceremony for the Ladies' Alpine Skiing Super-G on day eight of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.(Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
Ryan Pierse—Getty Images

Bronze: 1 medal

  • Tina Weirather, Alpine Skiing, Ladies’ Super-G

See the full, final leaderboard at the official PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics website here.

TIME reporters Jennifer Calfas, Megan McCluskey, Mahita Gajanan, Jamie Ducharme, Lisa Marie Segarra, Aric Jenkins, Casey Quackenbush and Katie Reilly contributed to this story.

Write to Eli Meixler at eli.meixler@time.com.

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