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2018 Winter Olympic medal standings: Canada's near the top of the chart

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Rob Williams Feb 14, 2018 9:33 am 15,216

After bulldozing their way through the first four days of the Winter Olympics, winning 10 medals, it was a relatively quiet Day 5 for Canada in PyeongChang.

Our country’s best hope for a medal was the doubles luge team of Tristan Walker and Justin Snith. They finished in fifth place.

It wasn’t all bad news though. Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford are in a medal position after the first day of pairs figure skating. Canada also started off with two straight wins in men’s curling.

PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Medals

Updated February 14, 2018

COUNTRY
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TOTAL
🇩🇪  GER 7 2 3 12
🇳🇱  NED 5 4 2 11
🇺🇸  USA  4  1  2 7
🇳🇴  NOR 3 5 3 11
🇨🇦  CAN 3 4 3 10
🇫🇷  FRA 2 1 2 5
🇦🇹 AUT  2 1 1 4
🇸🇪 SWE     2 1 0 3
🇮🇹  ITA 1 1 1 3
🇰🇷  KOR 1 0 1 2
🇯🇵  JPN 0 4 3 7
OAR 0 1 4 5
🇦🇺  AUS  0 1 1 2
🇨🇿  CZE 0 1 1 2
🇨🇳  CHN 0 1 0 1
🇨🇭  SUI 0 1 0 1
🇸🇰  SVK 0 1 0 1
🇫🇮  FIN 0 0 2 2
🇰🇿  KAZ 0 0 1 1
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