Winter Olympics 2022 medal table: how many medals did Team GB win at Beijing Games - final medal table

The XXIV Olympic Winter Games in China’s capital concluded on Sunday with Norway, Germany and the host nation leading the final medal table.

The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing included a record 109 events over 15 disciplines in seven sports.

Team GB sent 50 athletes to China’s capital to compete across 11 sports as they attempted to bring home gold, silver and bronze medals.

Britain had won a total of 32 medals throughout the history of the Winter Olympics, prior to the Beijing games, and that haul comprised of 11 gold, four silver and 17 bronze.

Gold medalist Max Parrot of Team Canada poses with their medal during the Men's Snowboarding Slopestyle Medal Ceremony at Medal Plaza on February 07, 2022 in Zhangjiakou, China

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, was a disappointing one for Team GB as they finished 19th in the overall medal table with just one gold, no silver and four bronze medals.

Hopes were high this year that the Brits can better that performance in Beijing, here is how all the countries got on:

2022 Winter Olympics medal table


Norway had been top of the medal table for almost a week and finished the entire event in first place, winning 16 gold medals, eight silver and 13 bronze.

Germany were hot on their tails throughout the games and finished second with 12 gold medals and ten silver as well as five bronze.

The United States of America (USA) held third spot for most of the final week but were pipped on the final day by host nation China who won nine gold, four silver and two bronze.

Of the 91 nations competing, 29 picked up at least one medal.

Team GB finished the games with two medals, both in curling, as they left Beijing with one gold and one silver but no bronze.

Here is the final top ten of the 2022 Winter Olympics medal table:

  1. Norway - 16 gold, 8 silver, 13 bronze
  2. Germany - 12 gold, 10 silver, 5 bronze
  3. China - 9 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze
  4. United States of America - 8 gold, 10 silver, 7 bronze
  5. Sweden- 8 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze
  6. The Netherlands - 8 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze
  7. Austria - 7 gold, 7 silver, 4 bronze
  8. Switzerland- 7 gold, 2 silver, 5 bronze
  9. Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) - 6 gold, 12 silver, 14 bronze
  10. France - 5 gold, 7 silver, 2 bronze

The medal table is ordered by the number of gold medals won.

Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Slovenia, Canada, Finland, Australia, South Korea, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Hungary and Slovakia have all also picked up gold medals so far while Latvia, Belarus, Belgium, Poland, Estonia, Ukraine and Spain have won at least one silver or bronze.

What events did Team GB win medals in at 2022 Winter Olympics today?

Team GB took home medals in two events, the men’s curling and women’s curling.

The men’s team of Ross Whyte, Hammy McMillan, Bobby Lammie, Grant Hardie and Bruce Mouat won silver but missed out on gold in a tense final defeat to Sweden.

The wome’sn team went one better and took home gold for Britain when Hailey Duff, Vicky Wright, Eve Muirhead, Jen Dodds and Mili Smitheam beat Japan.

How to watch 2022 Winter Olympics closing ceremony

The 2022 Winter Olympics will be brought to a close at 12pm today (Sunday, February 20).

The entire ceremony will be shown live in the UK on BBC One and Eurosport 1.

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