Olympic 2018 Medal Count

Between the time you happily left your office on Friday and begrudgingly made your way back on Monday, a whole lot of stuff happened at the Winter Olympics. And you know there’s no way you kept up with all of it. Hey, we’re not sure we did, either. But here’s a collection of headlines, photos and stuff for you to click-right or swipe-left through because you’re really not interested in working.

Norway’s Kjetil Jansrud competes in men’s downhill training at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Jeongseon, South Korea, Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. He was the first American man in Olympic history to medal in luge singles, finishing behind gold medalist David Gleirscher of Austria.

The Czech Republic have two medals, like the United States, but they have a silver and a bronze, possessing no gold. The United States now sits fifth in the ranking of total medals, having won a gold and a silver medal. Germany owns the most gold medals (three), but Norway is in the lead in total medals with eight.

An Olympic champion who was able to defend her gold from the 2014 Sochi Games was Jamie Anderson, who prevailed against the elements and the rest of the field in the women’s snowboarding slopestyle event.

The 2018 Pyeongchang Games continue Monday with another seven gold medals up for grabs, as glory beckons in a range of events including Alpine skiing, figure skating, ski jumping and snowboarding.

Germany have had a fine start to the Winter Olympics picking up three gold medals already as part of their haul of four medals. They may have had more joy Monday with¬†Viktoria Rebensburg a strong contender in the¬†women’s giant slalom. However, the giant slalom was postponed Monday due to high winds.