Winter Olympics Final Medal Count 2018: Complete Standings For Every Country

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea have reached their conclusion after 19 days of competition on the slopes and ice.

Norway was dominant from beginning to end and finished the Winter Games with 39 overall medals — 14 gold, 14 silver, and 11 bronze — to top the medal count.

Germany tied Norway with the most gold medals but came in as the runner-up with 31 overall. Canada had 29 overall (11 gold, 8 silver, and 10 bronze), the United States with 23 overall (9 gold, 8 silver, and 6 bronze) and the Netherlands rounded out the top five with 20 overall (8 gold, 6 silver, and 6 bronze).

Gold medalists for the United States during the Winter Olympics were Redmond Gerard, Jamie Anderson, Chloe Kim, Shaun White, Mikaela Shiffrin, Jessica Diggins, Kikkan Randal, the women’s hockey team, David Wise and the men’s curling team.

Chris Mazdzer, John-Henry Krueger, Nick Goepper, Lauren Gibbs, Elana Meyers Taylor, Mikaela Shiffrin, Alex Ferreira, Jamie Anderson and Kyle Mack earned gold, while the figure skating team, Arielle Gold, Alex and Maia Shibutani, Brita Sigourney, Lindsey Vonn and the women’s team pursuit speed skating team brought home the bronze.

In total, 30 countries landed on the podium during their time in PyeongChang.

How did your country finish?

The final medal count for the 2018 Winter Olympics can be seen below:

Place Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
 Norway
14
14
11
39
2
 Germany
14
10
7
31
3
 Canada
11
8
10
29
4
 United States
9
8
6
23
5
 Netherlands
8
6
6
20
6
 South Korea
5
8
4
17
7
 Olympic Athlete from Russia
2
6
9
17
8
 Switzerland
5
6
4
15
9
 France
5
4
6
15
10
 Sweden
7
6
1
14
11
 Austria
5
3
6
14
12
 Japan
4
5
4
13
13
 Italy
3
2
5
10
14
 China
1
6
2
9
15
 Czech Republic
2
2
3
7
16
 Finland
1
1
4
6
17
 Great Britain
1
0
4
5
18
 Belarus
2
1
0
3
19
 Slovakia
1
2
0
3
20
 Australia
0
2
1
3
21
 Poland
1
0
1
2
22
 Slovenia
0
1
1
2
23
 Spain
0
0
2
2
24
 New Zealand
0
0
2
2
25
 Hungary
1
0
0
1
26
 Ukraine
1
0
0
1
27
 Belgium
0
1
0
1
28
 Kazakhstan
0
0
1
1
29
 Latvia
0
0
1
1
30
 Liechtenstein
0
0
1
1

The Closing Ceremony of the Winter Olympics which took place at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium will re-air via tape delay at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC.

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