It's that time of the year again!

The time where countries battle each other to find out who has the superior athletes, the time where people start getting scarily patriotic, and the time where Canada gets its chance to prove that we're the best country in the world.

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Unfortunately, following the Olympics has been rather tricky year considering the monumental time difference. It's pretty tough to try to support your favorite athlete when you have to wake up at 2:00 am to watch their event.

Luckily you have us to keep you updated on Canada's latest medal counts. here are all the medals Canada has won so far.

As of 7:00 am on Friday February 23, Canada Has won 27 Medals: 10 Gold - 8 Silver - 9 Bronze



Kelsey Serwa

Event: Ladies' Ski Cross

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

Event: Ice dance 

Cassie Sharpe

Event: Ski Halfpipe

Brady Leman

Event: Ski Cross 

Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz

Event: Two Man Bobsled 

Samuel Girard

Event: Men's 1000m

Ted Jan-Bloemen  

Event: 10,000 m Speed Skating

Mikael Kingsbury

Event: Men’s Moguls

Canadian Figure Skating Team

Event: Team Event

Kaitlyn Lawes & John Morris

Event: Mixed Doubles Curling


Brittany Phelan

Event: Ladies' Ski Cross

Team Canada

Event: Women's Ice Hockey 

Alex Gough, Sam Edney, Tristan Walker, Justin Snith

Event: Luge Team Relay 

Kim Boutin

Event: Ladies' 1,000 m

Justine Dufour-Lapointe

Event: Ladies' Moguls

Max Parrot

Event: Men's Slopestyle

Laurie Blouin

Event: Ladies Slopestyle

Ted-Jan Bloemen

Event: Men's 5,000m Speed Skate


Kaetlyn Osmond

Event: Women's Figure Skating

Team Canada

Event: 5,000 Relay

Kaillie Humphries and Phylicia George

Event: Women's Two-Man Bobsled

Alex Beaulieu Marchand 

Event: Men's Ski Slopestyle 

Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel

Event: Pairs Figure Skating

Mark McMorris

Event: Men's Slopestyle

Kim Boutin (2 Bronze) 

Event: Ladies 500m (Short Track Speed Skating)

Event: Ladies 1,500m

Alex Gough

Event: Women's Singles (Luge)

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