It's that time of the year again!\nThe 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.\nREAD ALSO: A Special Look Inside The 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Village (Photos)\nUnfortunately, 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.\nLuckily you have us to keep you updated on Canada's latest medal counts. here are all the medals Canada has won so far.\nAs of 7:00 am on Friday February 23, Canada Has won 27 Medals: 10 Gold - 8 Silver - 9 Bronze\nGold:\nKelsey Serwa\nEvent: Ladies' Ski Cross\nView this post on Instagram This is so adorable we can’t even think of a caption... ❤️🥇🥈🇨🇦 // Arrêtez d’être aussi adorables, on en perd nos mots! 👯♀️🥇🥈 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 23, 2018 at 3:36am PST\nTessa Virtue and Scott Moir\nEvent: Ice dance\nView this post on Instagram We did it T! #olympicchampions #pyeongchang2018 #virtuemoir A post shared by Scott Moir (@scottmoir14) on Feb 20, 2018 at 1:14am PST\nCassie Sharpe\nEvent: Ski Halfpipe\nView this post on Instagram Surreal 😘🚀🍕👏🏼💜 A post shared by Cassie Sharpe (@cassiesharpe) on Feb 19, 2018 at 10:00pm PST\nBrady Leman\nEvent: Ski Cross\nView this post on Instagram GOLD! @lemanracing is the #PyeongChang2018 ski cross #Olympic Champion!! 🇨🇦🙌🥇 #TeamCanada // OR! Brady Leman est champion olympique du ski cross à #PyeongChang2018 ⛷🇨🇦🥇 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 20, 2018 at 9:54pm PST\nJustin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz\nEvent: Two Man Bobsled\nView this post on Instagram Last day of training complete, now ready to race!! #pyeongchang2018 📸 @stevenlangton A post shared by Justin Kripps (@justinkripps) on Feb 16, 2018 at 10:11pm PST\nSamuel Girard\nEvent: Men's 1000m\nView this post on Instagram Let's rock the 1000m tomorrow !! 🇨🇦🕺🏽🤘 📸 @bernardbrault A post shared by Samuel Girard (@samgirardcan) on Feb 16, 2018 at 5:06am PST\nTed Jan-Bloemen\nEvent: 10,000 m Speed Skating\nView this post on Instagram GOLD! @tedjanb is an Olympic Champion! 🇨🇦🥇// OR! Ted-Jan Bloemen est champion olympique ! 🇨🇦🥇 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 15, 2018 at 5:00am PST\nMikael Kingsbury\nEvent: Men’s Moguls\nCanadian Figure Skating Team\nEvent: Team Event\nView this post on Instagram 🇨🇦 Gold rush. 🥇🙌😁// Tous vers l'or. 🥇🙌 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 12, 2018 at 4:45am PST\nKaitlyn Lawes & John Morris\nEvent: Mixed Doubles Curling\nView this post on Instagram That moment you become OLYMPIC CHAMPS! 🙌🥇🇨🇦 // Le moment où tu deviens CHAMPION OLYMPIQUE! A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 13, 2018 at 5:16am PST\nSilver:\nBrittany Phelan\nEvent: Ladies' Ski Cross\nView this post on Instagram This is so adorable we can’t even think of a caption... ❤️🥇🥈🇨🇦 // Arrêtez d’être aussi adorables, on en perd nos mots! 👯♀️🥇🥈 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 23, 2018 at 3:36am PST\nTeam Canada\nEvent: Women's Ice Hockey\nView this post on Instagram SILVER!! #TeamCanada bring home 🥈 in women’s ice hockey at #PyeongChang2018!// ARGENT! #ÉquipeCanada décroche l’argent 🥈en hockey féminin aux Jeux de #PyeongChang2018 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 21, 2018 at 11:14pm PST\nAlex Gough, Sam Edney, Tristan Walker, Justin Snith\nEvent: Luge Team Relay\nView this post on Instagram Happy with 5th place last night after two solid runs. Ready to relay tonight! 🇨🇦 A post shared by Tristan Walker (@tristanluge) on Feb 14, 2018 at 7:34pm PST\nKim Boutin\nEvent: Ladies' 1,000 m\nView this post on Instagram Kim Boutin becomes #TeamCanada’s first triple medallist at #PyeongChang2018, with a 1000m silver. // Kim Boutin devient la première triple médaillée d’#ÉquipeCanada à #PyeongChang2018 avec l’argent au 1000 m. A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 22, 2018 at 3:51am PST\nJustine Dufour-Lapointe\nEvent: Ladies' Moguls\nView this post on Instagram This is UNREAL !!! I am now a 2 times Olympic medalist !!!😄🥈🎉 #olympics A post shared by Justine Dufour Lapointe (@justinedufourlapointe) on Feb 12, 2018 at 6:54am PST\nMax Parrot\nEvent: Men's Slopestyle\nView this post on Instagram Thank you all for the support!! I have the best fans ever!! 🙌🏻 You all inspires me to accomplish great things like this bite!! 😋 #olympics #snowboarding A post shared by Max Parrot (@maxparrot) on Feb 12, 2018 at 6:07am PST\nLaurie Blouin\nEvent: Ladies Slopestyle\nTed-Jan Bloemen\nEvent: Men's 5,000m Speed Skate\nView this post on Instagram It’s a silver celebration! 🥈🙌🇨🇦// Une célébration d’argent! 🧤😁🥈 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 12, 2018 at 2:19am PST\nBronze\nKaetlyn Osmond\nEvent: Women's Figure Skating\nView this post on Instagram @kaetkiss is the first 🇨🇦 woman to win an #Olympic figure skating medal not on home ice since 1972! 👏⛸// Kaetlyn Osmond est la première Canadienne à remporter une médaille olympique individuelle en sol étranger depuis 1972! 👌🇨🇦 A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 23, 2018 at 1:39am PST\nTeam Canada\nEvent: 5,000 Relay\nView this post on Instagram 5,000m relay bronze 🥉 #TeamCanada claims its sixth medal in the men’s 5000m relay. 🇨🇦 // Le bronze au relais 5000 m! Les hommes d’#ÉquipeCanada remportent leur 6e médaille dans cette épreuve. A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 22, 2018 at 4:23am PST\nKaillie Humphries and Phylicia George\nEvent: Women's Two-Man Bobsled\nView this post on Instagram ♥️🇨🇦🥉! This is one for the memory bank! I’m so proud of us. We worked hard for this, and we earned it as a team. To think this is my third games competing and I’ve been on the podium every time. To think women’s bobsleigh has only been in 5 Winter Olympics and I have been on the podium for 3 of those. All the trial and tribulations. Years lead to this. Competition is fierce and I help make it that way. @phyliciageorge has taught me so much about hard work, dedication and life. A teammate who made sport feel safe. We didn’t do it alone, thanks to all who have helped us get here .... and here’s to another journey over the next 4 years. Bring on women’s 4-man. 🇨🇦♥️🥉 A post shared by Kaillie Humphries OLY (@kailliehumphries) on Feb 21, 2018 at 9:59am PST\nAlex Beaulieu Marchand\nEvent: Men's Ski Slopestyle\nView this post on Instagram Repost from @sportcanada. “I am a little scared when I see insanely difficult tricks in a slopestyle contest because kids watching will think: “I’m never going to be able to do that, it’s too crazy, it’s too much spin, I am not a trampolinist or a gymnast, no way I will go far in slopestyle.” “I hope that what I am doing can inspire kids to think that it is possible, because I am not a trampolinist or a gymnast, I am just a skier! A friend I grew up skiing with, reminded me yesterday - someone I really looked up to - that I didn’t have much talent when I was 12 years old, I was an average skier. But I think throught passion, fun, devotion, hard work and doing creative stuff and signature moves, I was able to win a bronze Medal 🥉 “ . “J’espère que je vais pouvoir inspirer des jeunes à croire que c’est possible de se rendre ou je suis en ski slopestyle sans faire des trucks impossibles. Je ne suis pas un trampolinist ni un gymnaste ou un acrobate vraiment et a douze ans j’etais pas un skier particulièrement talentueux mais j’ai tout de même été capable de gagné une médaille Olympique par ma passion, mon travail acharné et en me démarquant des autres d’une manière ou d’une autres.” . #supportsport #pyeongchang2018 #teamcanada #equipecanada #bronze #Olympic A post shared by Alex Beaulieu-Marchand (@abmskier) on Feb 19, 2018 at 12:51am PST\nEric Radford and Meagan Duhamel\nEvent: Pairs Figure Skating\nView this post on Instagram And we are bringing home another medal for Canada!!! I have no insightful wisdom right now because I’m literally in a state of shock and disbelief!! I feel so happy, proud and satisfied right now. Thank you everyone for the support 🙏❤️🥉 #olympics #pyeongchang2018 #bronze #duhamelradford #dreamcometrue #nevergiveup #anythingispossible #teamcanada #gocanadago A post shared by Meagan Duhamel (@meaganduhamel) on Feb 15, 2018 at 1:52am PST\nMark McMorris\nEvent: Men's Slopestyle\nKim Boutin (2 Bronze)\nEvent: Ladies 500m (Short Track Speed Skating)\nEvent: Ladies 1,500m\nView this post on Instagram BRONZE! @kim.boutin captures 🥉 for #TeamCanada! // BRONZE! Kim Boutin s’empare du 🥉pour #ÉquipeCanada à ses débuts olympiques ! A post shared by Canadian Olympic Team (@teamcanada) on Feb 13, 2018 at 4:21am PST\nAlex Gough\nEvent: Women's Singles (Luge)\n@teamcanadaembedded via\nFor more information on these athletes or to find out who else you should be watching this 2018 Winter games, click here.