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I'm surprised no one has posted or requested the SI medal yet.

Here they are:

Norway 17-15-10-42

Germany 15-8-12-35

Canada 9-8-13-30

USA 9-10-9-28

France 1-12-5-18

The Netherlands 6-5-6-17

Austria 5-5-6-16

Japan 3-4-7

Sweden 4-5-4-13

South Korea 7-4-1-12 (Should now Korea)

Switzerland 6-2-4-12

Italy 4-2-6-12

Russia (OAR) 2-5-4-11

 

 

 

ALPINE SKIING
MEN
Downhill
● Beat Feuz, Switzerland
● Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway
● Max Franz, Austria
Svindal won a medal of every color in 2010.

Super-G
● Kjetil Jansrud, Norway
● Vincent Kriechmayr, Austria
● Max Franz, Austria
Jansrud broke a knuckle in his Olympic
debut, in 2006.

Combined
● Marcel Hirscher, Austria
● Kjetil Jansrud, Norway
● Alexis Pinturault, France
Hirscher lost gold at worlds by .01 of a second.

Giant Slalom
● Marcel Hirscher, Austria
● Henrik Kristoffersen, Norway
● Alexis Pinturault, France
Hirscher fractured his left ankle in August.

Slalom
● Marcel Hirscher, Austria
● Henrik Kristoffersen, Norway
● Michael Matt, Austria
Hirscher has won six straight overall
World Cup titles.

WOMEN

Downhill
● Lindsey Vonn, U.S.
● Tina Weirather, Liechtenstein
● Sofia Goggia, Italy
Liechtenstein’s nine medals have all come
in Alpine skiing.

Super-G
● Lara Gut, Switzerland
● Tina Weirather, Liechtenstein
● Federica Brignone, Italy
Mikaela Shiffrin only skied two Super-Gs
this season, but she could strike here, too.

Combined
● Mikaela Shiffrin, U.S.
● Sofia Goggia, Italy
● Wendy Holdener, Switzerland
Goggia missed the Sochi Games with a
torn left ACL.

Giant Slalom
● Mikaela Shiffrin, U.S.
● Tessa Worley, France
● Viktoria Rebensburg, Germany
Croatia’s Janica Kosteli´c’s four Alpine
medals in 2002 are the most in one Games.

Slalom
● Mikaela Shiffrin, U.S.
● Frida Hansdotter, Sweden
● Petra Vlhova, Slovakia
Shiffrin has been in the top three in 25 of
the last 26 World Cup slaloms.

MIXED TEAM
● Austria
● France
● Switzerland
Austria has won 114 Olympic Alpine medals.
The Swiss are next with 59.

BIATHLON

MEN

10K sprint
● Johannes Thingnes Bø, Norway
● Martin Fourcade, France
● Arnd Peiffer, Germany
Fourcade’s older brother, Simon, is a threetime Olympian.

12.5K pursuit
● Martin Fourcade, France
● Johannes Thingnes Bø, Norway
● Anton Shipulin, Russia
Fourcade’s hometown, Ceret (pop. 7,700),
is said to produce the world’s sweetest
cherries.

15K mass start
● Johannes Thingnes Bø, Norway
● Martin Fourcade, France
● Tarjei Bø, Norway
Tarjei, 29, is ve years older than brother
Johannes.

20K individual
● Johannes Thingnes Bø, Norway
● Martin Fourcade, France
● Ondřej Moavec, Czech Republic
World champ Lowell Bailey of the U.S. has
been struggling.

4 × 7.5K relay
● Norway
● France
● Germany
Career medal leader Ole Einar Bjørndalen
didn’t make Norway’s team.

WOMEN

7.5K sprint
● Anastasiya Kuzmina, Slovakia
● Kaisa Mäkäräinen, Finland
● Laura Dahlmeier, Germany
Kuzmina’s brother, Anton Shipulin,
competes in biathlon for Russia.

10K pursuit
● Dorothea Wierer, Italy
● Anastasiya Kuzmina, Slovakia
● Darya Domracheva, Belarus
Kuzmina’s husband, Daniel Kuzmin,
competed for Israel in cross-country
until 2011.

12.5K mass start
● Laura Dahlmeier, Germany
● Kaisa Mäkäräinen, Finland
● Darya Domracheva, Belarus
Dahlmeier won ve golds at worlds.

15K individual
● Kaisa Mäkäräinen, Finland
● Nadezhda Skardino, Belarus
● Valj Semerenko, Ukraine
Mäkäräinen plans to teach physics.

4 × 6K relay
● Germany
● France
● Ukraine
Eric Heiden’s niece, Joanne Reid, is on the
U.S. team.

Mixed relay
● Germany
● France
● Russia
Biathlon is the only winter sport in which
the U.S. has never won a medal.

BOBSLED

MEN

Two-man
● Germany (driver: Francesco Friedrich)
● Canada (driver: Justin Kripps)
● Germany (driver: Johannes Lochner)
Kripps was born in Naalehu, Hawaii.

Four-man
● Germany (driver: Johannes Lochner)
● Germany (driver: Nico Walther)
● Germany (driver: Francesco Friedrich)
Friedrich’s brother David spent three months
in a coma after a sled crash in 2005.

WOMEN

Two-woman
● Canada (driver: Kaillie Humphries)
● U.S. (driver: Elana Meyers Taylor)
● Germany (driver: Stephanie
Schneider)
Meyers Taylor’s husband, bobsledder
Nic Taylor, proposed while she was
on a podium.

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING

MEN

1.4K Sprint (Classical)
● Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway
● Emil Iversen, Norway
● Federico Pellegrino, Italy
Klæbo is an active vlogger on YouTube
with 30,000 subscribers.

Team Sprint (Freestyle)
● Italy
● Norway
● Sweden
The Russians who won Sochi silver have
been banned for doping.

15K Freestyle
● Dario Cologna, Switzerland
● Maurice Manificat, France
● Alex Harvey, Canada
Harvey’s dad, Pierre, was an Olympian in
cycling and cross-country.

30K Skiathlon
● Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, Norway
● Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Norway
● Maurice Manificat, France
Sundby has won three overall World Cup
titles but never Olympic gold.

50K Mass Start (Classical)
● Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Norway
● Alex Harvey, Canada
● Alexey Poltoranin, Kazakhstan
Sochi winner Alexander Legkov was
banned for doping.

4 × 10K relay
● Norway
● Russia
● Sweden
Norway leads all countries with 40 crosscountry gold medals.

WOMEN
1.2K Sprint (Classical)
● Maiken Caspersen Falla, Norway
● Stina Nilsson, Sweden
● Jessie Diggins, U.S.
At worlds, Nilsson crashed out in the semis.

Team Sprint (Freestyle)
● Sweden
● U.S.
● Norway
The U.S. was eighth in 2014.

10K Freestyle
● Heidi Weng, Norway
● Ingvild Flugstad Østberg, Norway
● Jessie Diggins, U.S.
Weng sleeps 12 hours per day.

15K Skiathlon
● Charlotte Kalla, Sweden
● Heidi Weng, Norway
● Marit Bjørgen, Norway
Kalla made up a 25-second decit to lead
Sweden to Sochi gold in the 4 × 5K relay.

30K Mass Start (Classical)
● Heidi Weng, Norway
● Charlotte Kalla, Sweden
● Marit Bjørgen, Norway
Bjørgen’s partner is two-time
Nordic combined gold medal winner
Fred Børre Lundberg.

4 × 5K relay
● Norway
● Sweden
● Finland
Norway leads all countries with 107 total
cross-country medals.

CURLING

MEN
● Canada
● Sweden
● Switzerland
The U.S. is ranked fourth in the world.

WOMEN
● Canada
● Great Britain
● Sweden
Two thirds of curling stones come from the
Scottish island of Ailsa Craig.

MIXED DOUBLES
● Switzerland
● Canada
● China
The Swiss nipped Canada 6–5 at worlds.

FIGURE SKATING

MEN
● Nathan Chen, U.S.
● Yuzuru Hanyu, Japan
● Shoma Uno, Japan
Sochi champion Hanyu played a Samurai
lord in a 2016 film.

WOMEN
● Alina Zagitova, Russia
● Evgenia Medvedeva, Russia
● Gabrielle Daleman, Canada
Zagitova, 15, beat world champ
Medvedeva at the European
Championships.

PAIRS
● Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot,
Germany
● Sui Wenjing and Han Cong, China
● Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford,
Canada
Savchenko used to skate for her native
Ukraine, Massot for his native France.

ICE DANCING
● Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Canada
● Nathalie Péchalat and Fabian Bourzat,
France
● Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani, U.S.
All three U.S. duos are medal contenders.

TEAM
● Canada
● Russia
● U.S.
Host Russia won the inaugural
event in 2014.

FREESTYLE SKIING
MEN

Aerials
● Anton Kushnir, Belarus
● Qi Guangpu, China
● Maxim Burov, Russia
Defending champ Kushnir is in his
fourth Olympics.

Halfpipe
● David Wise, U.S.
● Alex Ferreira, U.S.
● Simon D’Artois, Canada
A U.S. sweep is possible.

Moguls
● Mikaël Kingsbury, Canada
● Dmitriy Reiherd, Kazakhstan
● Ikuma Horishima, Japan
Horishima recently snapped Kingsbury’s
record of 13 straight World Cup wins.

Ski Cross
● Alex Fiva, Switzerland
● Marc Bischofberger, Switzerland
● Jean-Frédéric Chapuis, France
Fiva was born in Newport Beach, Calif.

Slopestyle
● Øystein Bråten, Norway
● Andri Ragettli, Switzerland
● Ferdinand Dahl, Norway
The U.S. swept this event in Sochi and could
return to the podium in PyeongChang.


WOMEN

Aerials
● Xu Mengtao, China
● Hanna Huskova, Belarus
● Lydia Lassila, Australia
Watch for U.S. veteran Ashley Caldwell.

Halfpipe
● Cassie Sharpe, Canada
● Brita Sigourney, U.S.
● Marie Martinod, France
At 22, Martinod, now 33, quit skiing for six
years to run a nightclub.

Moguls
● Jaelin Kauf, U.S.
● Britteny Cox, Australia
● Justine Dufour-Lapointe, Canada
Kauf’s parents, Scott and Patty, were
moguls world champions.

Ski cross
● Sandra Näslund, Sweden
● Fanny Smith, Switzerland
● Georgia Simmerling, Canada
Simmerling won a bronze medal in team
pursuit cycling in Rio.

Slopestyle
● Johanne Killi, Norway
● Tiril Sjåstad Christiansen, Norway
● Jennie-Lee Burmansson, Sweden
Maggie Voisin, then 15, broke an ankle in
Sochi; she’s now the U.S. hope.

HOCKEY

MEN
● Sweden
● Russia
● Canada
In six Olympics, Team Russia has yet to
strike gold.

WOMEN
● Canada
● U.S.
● Finland
The U.S. and Canada have met for gold in all
18 world championships.

LUGE

MEN

Singles
● Felix Loch, Germany
● Wolfgang Kindl, Austria
● Semen Pavlichenko, Russia
In 2010, Loch, then 20, became the
youngest Olympic luge champ in history.

Doubles
● Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken,
Germany
● Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, Germany
● Peter Penz and Georg Fischler, Austria
A German doubles team has won a medal
in each Olympics since 1968.

WOMEN

Singles
● Natalie Geisenberger, Germany
● Dajana Eitberger, Germany
● Summer Britcher, U.S.
German-speaking women have won 40 of
42 Olympic medals.

MIXED

Relay
● Germany
● Austria
● Italy
The U.S. and Canada are medal contenders.

NORDIC COMBINED

Normal hill
● Johannes Rydzek, Germany
● Jan Schmid, Norway
● Jørgen Graabak, Norway
Rydzek lost a Sochi medal when he clipped
a rival’s skis on the last turn.

Large hill
● Jan Schmid, Norway
● Johannes Rydzek, Germany
● Akito Watabe, Japan
Watabe grew up within walking distance of
the Nagano Olympic jumping venue.

Team
● Germany
● Norway
● Finland
Norway nipped Germany by 0.3 of a
second in Sochi.

SKELETON

MEN
● Martins Dukurs, Latvia
● Yun Sung-bin, South Korea
● Axel Jungk, Germany
Eight-time European champ Dukurs is still
seeking his rst Olympic gold.

WOMEN
● Jacqueline Lölling, Germany
● Tina Hermann, Germany
● Elisabeth Vathje, Canada
Vathje is engaged to Austrian bobsledder
Benjamin Maier.

SKI JUMPING

MEN

Normal hill
● Kamil Stoch, Poland
● Stefan Kraft, Austria
● Daniel-André Tande, Norway
Stoch won both the normal and large hill
events in Sochi.

Large hill
● Richard Freitag, Germany
● Kamil Stoch, Poland
● Andreas Wellinger, Germany
Watch for Japan’s eight-time Olympian
Noriaki Kasai, 45.

Team
● Germany
● Poland
● Norway
The U.S. has a single medal (Anders
Haugen’s bronze in 1924) in the sport.

WOMEN

Normal hill
● Maren Lundby, Norway
● Katharina Althaus, Germany
● Sara Takanashi, Japan
Takanashi entered Sochi with 15 of 18 wins,
but came in fourth.

SNOWBOARDING

MEN

Big Air
● Mark McMorris, Canada
● Chris Corning, U.S.
● Marcus Kleveland, Norway
Kleveland was the rst rider to land a quad
cork 1800 in Big Air competition.

Halfpipe
● Scotty James, Australia
● Shaun White, U.S.
● Iouri Podladtchikov, Switzerland
In 2010, James, 15, became Australia’s
youngest male Olympian in 50 years.

Parallel Giant Slalom
● Nevin Galmarini, Switzerland
● Alexander Payer, Austria
● Roland Fischnaller, Italy
Reigning world champ Andreas
Prommegger of Austria, 37, is still a threat.

Slopestyle
● Red Gerard, U.S.
● Marcus Kleveland, Norway
● Hiroaki Kunitake, Japan
Gerard grew up with a terrain park in
his Colorado backyard.

Snowboardcross
● Alex Pullin, Australia
● Pierre Vaultier, France
● Alessandro Haemmerle, Austria
Pullin is also a guitar player, songwriter
and singer.

WOMEN
Big Air
● Anna Gasser, Austria
● Miyabi Onitsuka, Japan
● Julia Marino, U.S.
Watch for 17-year-old X Games champ
Hailey Langland of the U.S.

Halfpipe
● Chloe Kim, U.S.
● Maddie Mastro, U.S.
● Kelly Clark, U.S.
This would be the fourth podium
for the 34-year-old Clark.

Parallel Giant Slalom
● Ester Ledecká, Czech Republic
● Selina Joerg, Germany
● Julia Dujmovits, Austria
Ledecká’s grandfather, Jan Klapác, won two
Olympic ice hockey medals.

Slopestyle
● Christy Prior, New Zealand
● Jamie Anderson, U.S.
● Reira Iwabuchi, Japan
British-native Prior didn’t snowboard until
she was 17.

Snowboardcross
● Michela Moioli, Italy
● Lindsey Jacobellis, U.S.
● Chloe Trespeuch, France
Jacobellis has won 10 X Games gold
medals, but she crashed in the last three
Olympics.

SPEEDSKATING
(LONG-TRACK)

MEN

500 Meters
● Ronald Mulder, Netherlands
● Kai Verbij, Netherlands
● Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen, Norway
Mulder’s twin, Michel, won the 500-meter
long-track event in Sochi and came in third
at 1,000 meters.

1,000 Meters
● Kjeld Nuis, Netherlands
● Kai Verbij, Netherlands
● Vincent De Haître, Canada
De Haître was Canada’s 1,000-meter track
cycling champ in 2013.

1,500 Meters
● Denis Yuskov, Russia
● Koen Verweij, Netherlands
● Kjeld Nuis, Netherlands
Born in Moscow, Yuskov, who thought he
was going to soccer practice at his rst
training session, grew up in Moldova.

5,000 Meters
● Sven Kramer, Netherlands
● Ted-Jan Bloemen, Canada
● Nicola Tumolero, Italy
Dual citizen Bloemen is a Dutch native.

10,000 Meters
● Sven Kramer, Netherlands
● Jorrit Bergsma, Netherlands
● Patrick Beckert, Germany
Kramer’s girlfriend, Naomi van As, won two
Olympic golds in eld hockey.

Team Pursuit
● Netherlands
● Norway
● Canada
Dutch skaters won eight of 12 races in
Sochi.

Mass Start
● Lee Seung-hoon, South Korea
● Joey Mantia, U.S.
● Sven Kramer, Netherlands
Mantia twice won Pan-Am Games golds in
in-line skating.

WOMEN

500 Meters
● Nao Kodaira, Japan
● Lee Sang-hwa, South Korea
● Arisa Go, Japan
Two-time Olympic champ Lee turns 29 on
the day of the closing ceremony.

1,000 Meters
● Nao Kodaira, Japan
● Miho Takagi, Japan
● Heather Bergsma, U.S.
Bergsma and her Dutch husband, Jorrit,
have combined for 23 worlds medals.

1,500 Meters
● Miho Takagi, Japan
● Marrit Leenstra, Netherlands
● Ireen Wüst, Netherlands
Takagi was a 2010 Olympian at age 15.

3,000 Meters
● Martina Sábliková, Czech Republic
● Claudia Pechstein, Germany
● Antoinette de Jong, Netherlands
European 3K champ Esmee Visser made
the Dutch team only at 5K.

5,000 Meters
● Martina Sábliková, Czech Republic
● Natalia Voronina, Russia
● Claudia Pechstein, Germany
Sábliková is a former national cycling
champ in the time trial.

Mass Start
● Francesca Lollobrigida, Italy
● Kim Bo-reum, South Korea
● Guo Dan, China
The mass start returns to the Olympics
after an 86-year layoff.

Team Pursuit
● Netherlands
● Japan
● Germany
Dutch skaters won 23 medals in Sochi;
Poland was next with three.

SPEEDSKATING
(SHORT-TRACK)

MEN

500 Meters
● Wu Dajing, China
● Shaolin Sándor Liu, Hungary
● Samuel Girard, Canada
Wu says his sports hero is Michael Phelps.

1,000 Meters
● Shaolin Sándor Liu, Hungary
● Wu Dajing, China
● Hwang Dae-heon, South Korea
Sándor’s girlfriend is Elise Christie.

1,500 Meters
● Hwang Dae-heon, South Korea
● Charles Hamelin, Canada
● Sjinkie Knegt, Netherlands
In 2014, Knegt became the rst Dutch
person to win a short-track medal.

5,000-Meter Relay
● South Korea
● Canada
● Netherlands
The U.S. team could nab a medal.

WOMEN

500 Meters
● Choi Min-jeong, South Korea
● Marianne St-Gelais, Canada
● Elise Christie, Great Britain
South Korea has never won gold or silver
at 500.

1,000 Meters
● Choi Min-jeong, South Korea
● Kim Boutin, Canada
● Elise Christie, Great Britain
Christie has dyed her hair a dozen different
colors before events.

1,500 Meters
● Choi Min-jeong, South Korea
● Shim Suk-hee, South Korea
● Kim Boutin, Canada
In 2015, Choi was world champ at age 16.

3,000-Meter Relay
● South Korea
● China
● Canada
All but five of South Korea’s 26 winter golds
have come in short track

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