Medal table for the Olympics 2022: Germany is in first place in Beijing


Olympia Beijing 2022

Olympic Winter Games medal table

These are the medal prospects for Germany

In Beijing, suspected doping in figure skating causes a stir. WELT editor Melanie Haack explains where there could be medals for the German team.

With 31 medals, Germany finished second in the national rankings at the 2018 Winter Games. Can a top placement also be achieved in Beijing? See the current status with all decisions here.

What will Germany do at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics? And which nation is in the lead? This is the current medal table:

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Decisions of Saturday 12 February

Snowboard cross, mixed, team

  • Gold: Nick Baumgartner/Lindsey Jacobellis (USA)
  • Silver: Michela Moioli/Omar Visintin (Italy)
  • Bronze: Meryeta Odine/Eliot Grondin (Canada)

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Medal table Olympics 2022

Which nation performs best at the games? Traditionally, the medal table provides information about this. All podium places of the participating nations are listed and compared in the table. Sorting is based on the number of gold, silver and bronze medals. Germany is one of the most successful nations at the Olympic Winter Games. After reunification, German athletes managed to finish first in the national rankings four times.

Medal table 2018: Germany in second place

At the past Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Germany was only beaten by athletes from Norway out of 93 participating nations. Both nations came up with a total of 14 gold medals – the Scandinavians, however, collected more silver and bronze medals than the Germans.

1. Norway (Gold: 14, Silver: 14, Bronze: 11, Overall: 39)
2. Germany (14, 10, 7, 31)
3. Canada (11, 8, 10, 29)
4. USA (9, 8, 6, 23)
5. Netherlands (8, 6, 6, 20)
6. Sweden (7, 6, 1, 14)
7. South Korea (5, 8, 4, 17)
8. Switzerland (5, 6, 4, 15)
9. France (5, 4, 6, 15)
10. Austria (5, 3, 6, 14)

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