Olympic 2018 Medal Count: Final Medal Tally for Each Country on Sunday

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Germany owns the most gold medals (three), but Norway is in the lead in total medals with eight.

At the Winter Olympics, it was a weekend of high drama.

The United States is fifth in total medals right now, but don't worry.

One of those medals for the United States was a historic one, as Chris Mazdzer won silver in the men's luge. Seventeen-year-old Red Gerard brought the US its first gold medal of the Olympics in Slopestyle Snowboarding, while Chris Mazdzer won silver in the men's singles category in Luge.

Battling not only the competition, but a strong, swirling wind, Jamie Anderson rode to gold in snowboard slopestyle.

Team USA won 28 medals in 2014, placing them second in the medal count behind only Russian Federation, which was banned from competing at this year's Olympics because of doping.

Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir put the finishing touches on the event with the best free ice dancing performance in an event that included short and free competitions from the women's individual, men's individual, ice dancing and pairs. Snowboarder Red Gerard won Team USA's first gold medal of this year's Games. Four of these medals come from Speed Skating, where the country won two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze.

Always considered a contender when it comes to Winter Olympics, Norway has nabbed a gold medal in Men's Cross-Country Skiing, as well as four silver and three bronze medals.

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