The 2022 Winter Olympics are underway on NBC and Peacock and the United States is looking to rack up as many medals as possible. This year, the Winter Olympics are taking place in Beijing, China from Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 20. Sign up for Peacock and watch every moment from the 2022 Winter Olympics live!
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, the United States finished fourth overall with 23 total medals. More specifically, Team USA came home with 9 gold medals, 8 silver medals and 6 bronze medals. Norway, Germany and Canada finished in the top three of both total and gold medals. How will the United States fare in 2022? How many medals has Team USA won so far?
Total United States Medal Count: 8
- Gold medals: 2
- Silver medals: 5
- Bronze medals: 1
Medals won by Team USA so far at the 2022 Winter Olympics
- Julia Marino (Westport, CT) – Silver Medal in Women’s Snowboarding Slopestyle
- Marino secured the first medal for the United States at the 2022 Winter Olympics. Her first run was a 30.61 and she earned the medal with a second run of 87.68.
- Jaelin Kauf (Alta, WY) – Silver Medal in Women’s Moguls
- Team USA – Silver Medal in Figure Skating Team Event
- In the Pairs’ Free Skate, Americans Alexa Knierim (Addison, IL) and Brandon Frazier (Colorado Springs, CO) scored 128.97. Madison Chock (Redondo Beach, CA) and Evan Bates (Ann Arbor, MI) performed their Daft Punk program and won the free dance. Karen Chen (Fremont, CA) scored 131.52 in the Women’s Free Skate.
- Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Burlington, VT) – Silver Medal in Men’s Super-G
- Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) – Bronze Medal in Cross-Country Skiing (Women’s Individual Sprint Freestyle)
- After winning gold in the team sprint in 2018 with teammate Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, Alaska), Diggins is the first American to win multiple Olympic medals in cross-country skiing. She is also the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in an individual cross-country skiing event.
- Colby Stevenson (Park City, UT) – Silver in Freestyle Skiing (Big Air)
- Stevenson’s triumphant silver gives the United States its fifth silver and sixth medal overall at these Games. The win comes after a series of health issues, including suffering a near-fatal car accident in 2016.
- Lindsey Jacobellis (Park City, UT) – Gold in Snowboarding (Women’s Snowboard Cross)
- Lindsey Jacobellis found the finish line first Wednesday in her fifth Games appearance to capture the elusive snowboard cross gold she’s been pursuing for nearly two decades. At 36, Jacobellis is the oldest Olympic snowboarding medalist in history.
- Chloe Kim (Los Angeles, CA) – Gold in Snowboarding (Women’s Halfpipe)