Winter Olympics Medal Count & Leaderboard 2018 – 2/17

Norway enters Day 6 of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea as the clear medal count leader with a dominant 22 overall medals –7 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze.

Sitting in second place is Germany, which has a world leading nine gold medals (17 overall) in the Winter Games.

Canada is holding strong in third place with 15 overall medals, while Netherlands (13) is the only other country to have double-digit athletes reaching the medal podium.

The United States — five gold, two silver and two bronze — Austria, Japan and Olympic Athletes of Russia all hold nine medals for their respective nations.

Today’s gold medal events will be in alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, figure skating, freestyle skiing, short track speed skating, skeleton and ski jumping.

Every event throughout the PyeongChang Olympics will be aired on the NBC family of networks, with live coverage available online and on your mobile device through the NBC and NBC Sports Live Extra apps so you never miss a second of the action.

The current 2018 Winter Olympics medal count (updated 2/17/2018) can be seen below:

Place Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
 Norway
7
8
7
22
2
 Germany
9
4
4
17
3
 Canada
5
5
5
15
4
 Netherlands
6
5
2
13
5
 United States
5
2
2
9
6
 Austria
3
2
4
9
7
 Japan
1
5
3
9
8
 Olympic Athlete from Russia
0
2
7
9
9
 Sweden
4
3
0
7
10
 France
3
2
2
7
11
 Switzerland
2
4
1
7
12
 Italy
2
1
3
6
13
 South Korea
3
0
2
5
14
 Czech Republic
1
2
2
5
15
 China
0
4
1
5
16
 Great Britain
1
0
3
4
17
 Slovakia
1
2
0
3
18
 Australia
0
2
1
3
19
 Finland
0
0
3
3
20
 Belarus
1
1
0
2
21
 Spain
0
0
2
2
22
 Poland
1
0
0
1
23
 Slovenia
0
1
0
1
24
 Kazakhstan
0
0
1
1
25
 Liechtenstein
0
0
1
1

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea take place from Feb. 9 – Feb. 25.