Team USA Women Win More Medals Than Men

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From halfpipes and hockey to ice dance figure skating, the women of Team USA killed it this year in South Korea. These women were strong, fierce and at the top of their game. And, they’ve got the medals to prove it!

For the first time in 20 years, the women of Team USA have brought home more Olympic medals than the American Men. As a whole, Team USA came home from the 2018 Winter Olympics with 23 medals, 12 of which, were won by the women (not including the two medals won in mixed events.)

The women not only dominated overall, but out of the nine gold medals won by team USA, the women were responsible for five of them. Check out the list of the female victories for Team USA this year!


Jamie Anderson, women's snowboard slopestyle

Jessica Diggins and Kikkan Randall, women's cross-country skiing

Chloe Kim, women's snowboard halfpipe

Mikaela Shiffrin, women's giant slalom

Team USA, women’s hockey

Mikaela shiffrin, olympics 2018
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Jamie Anderson, women's snowboarding big air

Lauren Gibbs and Elana Meyers Taylor, women's bobsled

Mikaela Shiffrin, women’s Alpine combined


Arielle Gold, women's snowboard halfpipe

Maia Shibutani, ice dance figure skating

Brita Sigourney, women's freestyle skiing halfpipe

Lindsey Vonn, women’s downhill skiing

Team USA, figure skating team event

Team USA (Heather Bergsma, Brittany Bowe, Mia Manganello and Carlijn Schoutens), women's speedskating team pursuit

team usa, women's speed skating

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