However, it is still Norway atop the medal counter, and it is largely because of one event in particular. Their only other medal going into Sunday was a silver, won in luge. Canada is just above the United States with three silvers and a bronze, for a total of four medals.
The United States and the rest of the world is playing catch-up to Norway in the race for the most medals at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The United States has three medals right now, including a gold medal from 17-year-old snowboarder Red Gerard on Saturday night. Germany and Canada are tied at four medals apiece, but while Canada has yet to win a gold medal, three of Germany's four medals are gold.
Katie Ormerod was an outside shot for gold either in the slopestyle or the big air but suffered two bad training falls, breaking first her wrist and then more seriously her heel, forcing her withdrawal.
The country took home all three medals in the grueling men's 15-kilometer plus 15-kilometer skiathlon in the cross-country skiing portion of the Games. Sven Kramer won the men's 5000m in speed skating for the Netherlands. He was the first American man in Olympic history to medal in luge singles, finishing behind gold medalist David Gleirscher of Austria. Marit Bjoergen won the silver medal in women's category of the same event. Chris Corning is the top USA contender making his Olympic debut at only 18 years old (Finals begin live starting at 8 p.m., NBCSN). The men's moguls final in freestyle skiing, women's 1500m in speed skating, women's individual normal hill final in ski jumping, and the women's halfpipe final in snowboarding will all have medals on Monday as well.
Early in the morning on Monday, at least in the United States, medals will awarded in the women's 10km pursuit and men's 12.5km pursuit in the sport of biathlon.