Slow to start, Team USA has slowly risen to third in the medal table, following a spate of gold medals in the last few days.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, the United States finished fourth overall with 23 medals—nine gold medals, eight silver medals, and six bronze medals.
How will the United States fare in 2022? Here’s how many medals Team USA has won so far.
Total United States Medal Count: 16
- Gold medals: 🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇
- Silver medals: 🥈🥈🥈🥈🥈🥈
- Bronze medals: 🥉🥉🥉
Medals won by Team USA, in chronological order:
Julia Marino (Westport, CT) – Silver Medal in Women’s Snowboarding Slopestyle
Jaelin Kauf (Alta, WY) – Silver Medal in Women’s Moguls
Team USA – Silver Medal in Figure Skating Team Event In the Pairs’ Free Skate
Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Burlington, VT) – Silver Medal in Men’s Super-GU.S.
Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) – Bronze Medal in Cross-Country Skiing (Women’s Individual Sprint Freestyle)
Colby Stevenson (Park City, UT) – Silver in Freestyle Skiing (Big Air)
Lindsey Jacobellis (Park City, UT) – Gold in Snowboarding (Women’s Snowboard Cross)
Chloe Kim (Los Angeles, CA) – Gold in Snowboarding (Women’s Halfpipe)
Nathan Chen (Salt Lake City, UT) – Gold in Men’s Singles (Figure Skating)
Team USA – Gold Medal in Mixed Team Aerials (Freestyle Skiing)
Team USA – Gold in Mixed Team Snowboard Cross Finals (Snowboarding
Erin Jackson (Ocala, Florida) – Gold in Speed Skating – Women’s 500m
Madison Hubbell (Sylvania, OH) and Zach Donohue (Madison, CT) – Bronze in Ice Dance
Kaillie Humphries (Calgary, Alberta) – Gold in Bobsleigh (Women’s Monobob)
Elana Meyers Taylor (Douglasville, GA) – Silver in (Women’s Monobob)
Megan Nick (Park City, UT) – Bronze in Women’s Aerials