The final Olympic medal count has the United States atop the list, but the Americans aren't holding the most golds.

That honor belongs to the hosts, as Canada won a whopping 14 gold medals.

USA's 37 medals were the most by a country in any Winter Olympics, and the total was 12 more than the country's previous high of 25, set in 2006.

The top 15 countries are listed below:

1. United States — 37
Nine gold, 15 silver, 13 bronze

2. Germany — 30
Ten gold, 13 silver, seven bronze

3. Canada — 26
Fourteen gold, seven silver, five bronze

4. Norway — 23
Nine gold, eight silver, six bronze

5. Austria — 16
Four gold, six silver, six bronze

6. Russia — 15
Three gold, five silver, seven bronze

7. South Korea — 14
Six gold, six silver, two bronze

8. Sweden — 11
Five gold, two silver, four bronze

8. China — 11
Five gold, two silver, four bronze

8. France — 11
Two gold, three silver, six bronze

11. Switzerland — 9
Six gold, three bronze

12. Netherlands — 8
Four gold, one silver, three bronze

13. Czech Republic — 6
Two gold, four bronze

13. Poland — 6
One gold, three silver, two bronze

15. Italy — 5
One gold, one silver, three bronze

15. Japan — 5
Three silver, two bronze

15. Finland — 5
One silver, four bronze