USA Tops Olympic Medal Count, Though Canada Takes Home Most Gold Medals

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

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