How did European countries score in the 2018 Olympic Games?

How did European countries score in the 2018 Olympic Games?
By Alice Cuddy
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Following the end of the Pyeongchang Olympics, find out which countries got the most medals.


Norway topped the 2018 Winter Olympics final medal count, with a total of 39 awards, while athletes from 21 other European countries made it onto the record table with at least one gold, silver or bronze.

Norway earned 14 gold, 14 silver, and 11 bronze medals during the Winter Games, which ended on Sunday after more than two weeks of competitions.

It was followed by Germany, with a total medal count of 31, including 14 gold, 10 silver, and seven bronze.

Other European countries to make it onto the medal board were the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, France, and Austria.

Hungary, Ukraine, Belgium, Latvia, and Liechtenstein all scored one medal.

In the overall count, Canada came third with 29 medals, followed by the USA on 23.

The Olympic Athletes of Russia, who were considered neutral at Pyeongchang as punishment for a years-long doping scandal, scored 17 medals overall.

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