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2018 Winter Olympics Medal Table

Guess the countries that won the most medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Athletes from Russia won 17 medals, but Russia was banned for state-sponsored doping
Quiz by Maryland
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Last updated: February 27, 2018
First submittedFebruary 19, 2018
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Medals
Country
14
14
11
39
Norway
14
10
7
31
Germany
11
8
10
29
Canada
9
8
6
23
United States
8
6
6
20
Netherlands
5
8
4
17
South Korea
5
6
4
15
Switzerland
5
4
6
15
France
7
6
1
14
Sweden
5
3
6
14
Austria
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level 69
Feb 27, 2018
I suggest adding yellow boxes and/or reducing the time. I don't watch the olympics but got 5/5 with plenty of time to spare by typing countries with a decent size population where it snows quite a bit!
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level ∞
Feb 27, 2018
I like easy quizzes. I like them because they make me feel good and because lots of people take them. Too easy for you? Try to name as many popes as you can.
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
The top seven names take up 40% of popes, so getting at least half isn't too bad... After that, it's practically impossible.
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level 72
Feb 27, 2018
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level 33
Mar 27, 2019
Typed in John and bamn, half of them XD
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level 46
Feb 27, 2018
You can always go for your own speed record, or even look at the statistics to compare your time to others if you want to be competitive. Why would you want to reduce the time so that other people are not able to complete all the boxes?
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level 71
Feb 27, 2018
Sweden is missing ( 7 / 6 / 1 )
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level ∞
Feb 27, 2018
Fixed!
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level 64
Feb 27, 2018
but should be a position 6, right?
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level 51
Feb 27, 2018
It should be ninth, assuming that the medals are sorted first by total count, then by golds, and then by silvers.
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level ∞
Feb 27, 2018
Okay, it's 9th now.
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level 69
Feb 27, 2018
The ranking should not be sorted by total medal count, but by number of gold medals first, then silver, then bronze. This is how the IOC publishes their list, and what's used within sport circles (it's better a single gold medal that five silvers). See:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Winter_Olympics_medal_table
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level 77
Feb 27, 2018
^ this is how I did my Olympic football quiz
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
Argh, I wanted to make this quiz solely because of the Russia caveat, but alas, I forgot. Great quiz!
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level 71
Feb 27, 2018
I'd put Russia (maybe as OAR), they are athletes from Russia anyway; I'd move Sweden up by one since it won more golds
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level 71
Feb 28, 2018
But OAR isn't considered a country, plus he did make a note why they weren't included.
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level 76
Feb 27, 2018
Sweden should be at 6th place since the number of gold medals should count before the total number of medals.
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level 71
Feb 27, 2018
Netherlands at #5, not bad considering that all of those medals were won with Ice skating alone
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level 13
Feb 27, 2018
Didn't Korea have a united team this year?
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level 65
Feb 27, 2018
Only during the ceremonies and for the women's ice hockey tournament
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level 63
Feb 27, 2018
That's what I thought too. When "Korea" didn't take I went on to other answers.
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
Much better quiz if all of the medal winning countries were included....how many would remember Liechtenstein?
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level 76
Feb 27, 2018
I tried it, but forgot Netherlands. Duh.
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
OAR/ Olympic Athletes from Russia should be on here with 17 medals! 2 gold, 6 silver, 9 bronze!
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level 51
Feb 28, 2018
There was no team Russia, only Russian athletes invited to participate under the Olympic flag.
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level 72
Feb 27, 2018
New Zealand got two medals, both bronze (it had only won one medal ever, in 1992, before this). Looks like we just missed the cut for this quiz.
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level 60
Feb 27, 2018
why did I automatically type in "USSR"???!
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level 25
Feb 27, 2018
In the Olympics North and South Korea competed together so the term Korea should be accepted
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level 59
Feb 27, 2018
Only in hockey. They won all their medals as “Republic of Korea”
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level 29
Feb 27, 2018
Medals are classified by gold first
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level 62
Feb 27, 2018
Norway's population is 5.2 million. That is smaller than the population of the Philadelphia metro area. It's remarkable what the Norwegians have accomplished in the Winter games.
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level 68
Jun 16, 2019
Sure, but they ski to school. Not sure how many people in Philly do...
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level 44
Feb 28, 2018
I think Korea should be an answer for South Korea because they went as a unified team.
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level 49
Feb 28, 2018
There is nor way they got that many medals.
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level 35
Mar 1, 2018
your table is not complete. Finland, for one is missing
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level 53
Mar 24, 2019
They won 6 medals. So where would they go in this top 10 list?