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Celebrate our Winter Olympic performance as we track Canada's medal wins! Make sure to keep checking back for all the updates!
The 2018 Peyongchang winter Olympics are Canada's most successful Olympics ever, at least if you're counting medals. We previously set a record of 26 medals in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
- Canada captured its first couple of medals—a silver and a bronze—in the men’s snowboard slopestyle event. Max Parrot nabbed a silver medal and Mark McMorris bronze to put Canada on the board.
- Speed skater Ted Bloemen took the silver in the men’s 5,000 metres.
- Justine Dufour-Lapointe took the silver medal in women’s moguls at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
- Snowboarder Laurie Blouin won a silver medal in the women’s slopestyle event.
- Canada took home its first gold medal thanks to a score of 73 (well ahead of Russia and the United States who had 66 and 63, respectively) in the team figure skating competition. Great performances by Gabrielle Daleman, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir put Canada ahead. Also on the team is Eric Radford who became the first openly gay man to win a gold medal at the winter Olympics!
- Canadian skier Mikaël Kingsbury won the gold medal in the men’s freestyle moguls.
- Canadians John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes won Olympic gold in mixed doubles curling.
- Speed skater Kim Boutin takes home the bronze in the women's short track event.
- Alex Gough wins bronze in the women's luge event, a medal first in the history of Canada at the Olympics for this sport.
- Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford won the bronze medal for the pair figure skating.
- Canada won silver for the team relay luge.
- Speed skater Ted-Jan Bloemen won gold (his third medal of the games) for the men's 10,000m speed skating event.
- Kim Boutin won her second medal of the games with a bronze in the ladies short track 1500m event.
- Samuel Girard won gold in the men's short trach 1000m event.
- A bronze medal was awarded to Alex Beaulieu-Marchand in the men's slopestyle freestyle skiing event.
- The two man bobsled team of Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz won gold.
- Cassie Sharpe took home gold for her run in the women's ski halfpipe.
- Skating duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the gold for their ice dancing performance with a total score of 206.07—just narrowly beating the duo from France. It's a historic win for the duo who are now the most decorates figure skaters ever at the Olympics.
- Skiier Brady Leman won gold in the men's ski cross, alpine skiing
- Kallie Humphries and Phylicia George won bronze in the woman's 2-man bobsled.
- The women's ice hockey team took home silver, losing the gold to the team from the United States.
- Kelsey Serwa and Brittany Phelan won gold and silver medals, respectively, in the woman's freestyle skiing event.
- The men's 5,000m relay in the short track brought bronze for the Canadians
- Kim Boutin wins silver in the ladies 1,000m short track event.
- Kaetlyn Osmond won a bronze medal in figure skating to give Canada its 27th medal of the games—beating the previous record set in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver