Winter Olympics Medal Count & Leaderboard 2018 – 2/18

Day 10 of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea is set to take place on Sunday.

Entering the busy day of action, Norway continues to extend its lead in the overall medal count. Tied for the world lead with nine gold medals, Norwegian Olympians have added nine silver and eight bronze to bring their total to 26.

They now hold a strong lead over Germany, which has 18 overall medals — nine gold, five silver and four bronze.

Canada has reached the medal podium 16 times, while Netherlands has earned 13 medals. Olympic Athletes from Russia have 11 medals and are the only other nation with more than 10.

The United States, Austria, France and Japan all have ten medals as the games heat up.

Four of the United States’ five gold medals have come in snowboard events — Redmond Gerard (men’s slopestyle), Jamie Anderson (women’s slopestyle), Chloe Kim (women’s halfpipe) and Shaun White (men’s halfpipe), wihle Mikaela Shiffrin has the other gold in women’s giant slalom.

Chris Mazdzer (luge), John-Henry Krueger (men’s 1000m) and Nick Goepper (men’s slopestyle) have brought home silver, while Arielle Gold (women’s halfpipe) and the figure skating team have claimed bronze.

The gold medal events on Sunday will be in alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing and speed skating. There will also be ski jumping, nordic combined, ice hockey, curling and bobsleigh events.

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 2/18/2018) can be seen below:

Place Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
Norway Norway
9
9
8
26
2
Germany Germany
9
5
4
18
3
Canada Canada
5
5
6
16
4
Netherlands Netherlands
6
5
2
13
5
Olympic Athlete from Russia Olympic Athlete from Russia
0
3
8
11
6
United States United States
5
3
2
10
7
Austria Austria
4
2
4
10
8
France France
4
2
4
10
9
Japan Japan
2
5
3
10
10
Sweden Sweden
4
3
0
7
11
Switzerland Switzerland
2
4
1
7
12
South Korea South Korea
3
1
2
6
13
Italy Italy
2
1
3
6
14
Czech Republic Czech Republic
1
2
3
6
15
China China
0
5
1
6
16
Great Britain Great Britain
1
0
3
4
17
Slovakia Slovakia
1
2
0
3
18
Australia Australia
0
2
1
3
19
Finland Finland
0
0
3
3
20
Belarus Belarus
1
1
0
2
21
Spain Spain
0
0
2
2
22
Poland Poland
1
0
0
1
23
Ukraine Ukraine
1
0
0
1
24
Slovenia Slovenia
0
1
0
1
25
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
0
0
1
1
26
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
0
0
1
1

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