Winter Olympics Medal Count & Leaderboard 2018 – 2/19

Another full week of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea kicks off on Monday as the Games begin to wind down.

As we enter Monday’s full slate of action, Norway continues to hold a big lead in the medal count with Germany beginning to close in. Norway holds 28 overall medals — 11 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze — while Germany has 20 overall — 10 gold, 6 silver and 4 bronze.

Canada, Netherlands and Olympic Athletes from Russia are the three nations with more than 10 medals each to round out the top five.

The United States sits just outside of the top five with 10 medals overall.

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.

Gold medal events that will be held on Monday are in bobsleigh, ski jumping and speed skating.

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 2/19/2018) can be seen below:

Place Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
 Norway
11
9
8
28
2
 Germany
10
6
4
20
3
 Canada
6
5
6
17
4
 Netherlands
6
5
2
13
5
 Olympic Athlete from Russia
0
3
8
11
6
 United States
5
3
2
10
7
 Austria
4
2
4
10
8
 France
4
2
4
10
9
 Japan
2
5
3
10
10
 Sweden
4
3
0
7
11
 South Korea
3
2
2
7
12
 Switzerland
2
4
1
7
13
 China
0
5
2
7
14
 Italy
2
1
3
6
15
 Czech Republic
1
2
3
6
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
 Poland
1
0
1
2
22
 Spain
0
0
2
2
23
 Ukraine
1
0
0
1
24
 Slovenia
0
1
0
1
25
 Kazakhstan
0
0
1
1
26
 Latvia
0
0
1
1
27
 Liechtenstein
0
0
1
1

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