Winter Olympics medal count: Which athletes and countries have the most medals?
The 2022 Winter Olympics is well underway and many, many medals have already been handed out. But what does the leaderboard say about which country is bringing home the most bling?
There are two ways to look at this number. What country has the most total medals and what country has the most gold medals? We’ll break them both down for you here.
Medal counts are as of Feb. 12
Which country has the most total medals?
As of today, Norway has the most total medals with eight gold, three silver, and six bronze. Coming in a close second are Austria and Germany, tied for second place with 14 medals and ROC with 13 medals.
Which country has the most gold medals?
We established that Norway has the most medals total and they are tied with Germany for the most gold medals at eight total each. Coming in second is a three-way tie between the United States, Netherlands, and Sweden who all have five gold medals.
Which athlete has the most total medals?
There are two athletes with three total medals, both representing Norway and both biathlon athletes. Johannes Thingnes Boe and Marte Olsbu Røiseland are in the lead for 2022, so far. They each have two gold medals and one bronze.
Which athlete has the most gold medals?
Right now there’s no leader in gold medals as there are a whopping 12 athletes holding two gold medals.
Tune in tomorrow when we update the next medal count.