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Final Winter Olympics Medal Count Standings | Beijing 2022

The Winter Olympics 2022 is here! While there are many negatives to come from this COVID pandemic, a positive from a sports fan’s standpoint is back-to-back Olympic Games with the Super Bowl in between! Below, we will have a daily updated Winter Olympics medal count and standings.

Events across 15 disciplines will take place at the Beijing 2022 Games. Within those, 109 sets of medals will be awarded, which is seven more than the last Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.

Let’s take a look at the Winter Olympics medal count and standings.

Winter Olympics 2022 Medal Count and Standings

wdt_IDCountryGSBTotal
1Norway1681337
2Germany1210527
3China94215
4USA810725
5Sweden85518
6Netherlands85417
7Austria77418
8Switzerland72514
9ROC6121432
10France57214
11Canada481426
12Japan36918
13Italy27817
14Korea2529
15Slovenia2327
16Finland2248
17New Zealand2103
18Australia1214
19Great Britain1102
20Hungary1023
21Belgium1012
22Czech Republic1012
23Slovakia1012
24Belarus0202
25Spain0101
26Ukraine0101
27Estonia0011
28Latvia0011
29Poland0011

Which Country Has Won the Most Winter Olympic Medals?

Norway has won the most Winter Olympic medals, with 368 to the nation’s name heading into Winter Olympics 2022. This includes 132 gold medals, 125 silver and 111 bronze.

The United States is the second all-time for total medals, winning 305 — 105 gold, 112 silver, 88 bronze.

Which Athlete Has the Most Winter Olympics Medals All-Time?

If you’re wondering which individual athlete has the most Winter Olympic medals, it’s Marit Bjørgen from Norway. Bjørgen is a cross-country skiing athlete, winning 15 medals — eight gold, four silver, three bronze. She participated in five Olympic Games from 2002-18.

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