TeamNL has claimed seventeen medals in China in the past two weeks: eight gold, five silver and four bronze. Yesterday, Irene Schuten won the last medal for the Netherlands and its fourth. I got three golds and a bronze.
His response to her last gold medal yesterday was:
In Sochi, the Dutch national team had the most successful Winter Games ever in eight years with 24 medals (eight gold, seven silver and nine sources). Four years ago, the counter in Pyeongchang earned twenty medals: eight gold, six silver, and six bronze.
Norway, as with the previous Winter Games, is the most successful. The country set a record with sixteen gold medals. The Norwegians also won eight silvers and thirteen bronzes.
Germany took second place. This was also the case in South Korea in 2018. The German team leaves the Chinese capital with twelve gold, ten silver and five bronze medals.
Full medal tally:
China was surprised to take third place in the final standings, just above the United States. The host nation ended up with fifteen plates, nine of which were gold.
Just like TeamNL, the United States and Sweden have won eight Olympic titles, however they are higher in the final standings due to more silver and/or bronze medals.
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The Russian sports team achieved the most number of slides after Norway, 32. But it fell behind, for example, the Netherlands due to the lack of gold medals.
Italy, which will host the Winter Games in four years, ranked 13th (twice gold, seven silver and eight bronze). Canada, which still ranks third in the final standings four years ago, is now disappointed with 11th place.
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