2018 Winter Olympics: U.S. Final Medal Count

Written by Annie Coniglio, World News Writer

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The United States of America finished the 2018 Winter Olympics with a total of 23 Olympic medals. The United States had a total of 9 gold, 8 silver, and 6 bronze medals. Norway finished on top with a sum of 39 Olympic medals.

These are the following events that took gold:

U.S.A. Men’s Curling Team
Men’s Half-Pipe (Snowboarding): Shaun White
Women’s Half-Pipe (Snowboarding): Chloe Kim
Women’s Slopestyle (Snowboarding): Jamie Anderson
Men’s Slopestyle (Snowboarding): Redmond Gerard
Women’s Giant Slalom (Alpine Skiing): Mikaela Shiffrin
U.S.A. Women’s Ice Hockey Team
Men’s Half-Pipe (Freestyle Skiing): David Wise
U.S.A. Women’s Cross-Country Skiing Team

In 2020, the Summer Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo, and the next Winter Olympic Games will be held in 2022 in Beijing.

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2018 Winter Olympics: U.S. Final Medal Count