Team USA medal count totals per state

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The PyeongChang Olympics have come to an end, cue the sappy wrap-it-up music and let’s wander off into the South Korean sunset, er, uh, the sunrise, this 15 hour time difference is killing me.

All the medals have been handed out, all the tears have been wiped away, now it’s time to check the damage. Let’s see what we accomplished as a country in 2018, and how does our medal count break down by U.S. state? Which state produced the most medals and has the pleasure of bragging rights for the next few years?

Team USA sent 244 total athletes to the PyeongChang Olympics, 109 females and 135 males. The youngest athlete was figure skater, Vincent Zhou (17), and the oldest athlete was hockey’s Brian Gionta (39). Among the U.S. athletes, there was 1 mother, Kikkan Randall (cross country skiing), 20 fathers and 7 pairs of siblings:

Erik and Sadie Bjornsen (cross country skiing), Bryan and Taylor Fletcher (Nordic combined), Becca and Matt Hamilton (curling), Logan and Reese Hanneman (cross country skiing), Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Moradno (ice hockey), Caitlin and Scott Patterson (cross country skiing) and Alex and Maia Shibutani (figure skating).

Check out the breakdown and rankings by state, this includes team events like hockey, curling and team figure skating.

There were 31 different states represented at the Olympics in 2018 , producing 23 total medal winners. Minnesota – 11 total medals, California – 11 total medals, Colorado – 7 total medals, Illinois – 4 total medals, Massachusetts – 4 total medals, Michigan – 3 total medals, Utah – 3 total medals, Florida – 2 total medals, New York – 2 total medals, North Dakota – 2 total medals, Idaho – 1 total medal, Indiana – 1 total medal, Nevada – 1 total medal, North Carolina – 1 total medal, Pennsylvania – 1 total medal, Vermont – 1 total medal

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<p>Bronze Medal – California </p>
Adam Rippon

Bronze Medal – California

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Tyler George

Gold Medal – Minnesota

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<p>Gold Medal – Massachusetts </p>
Alex Carpenter

Gold Medal – Massachusetts

<p>Bronze Medal – Illinois </p>
Alexa Scimeca

Bronze Medal – Illinois

<p>Gold Medal – Vermont </p>
Amanda Pelkey

Gold Medal – Vermont

<p>Bronze Medal – Michigan </p>
The Shib Sibs

Bronze Medal – Michigan

<p>Bronze Medal – Colorado </p>
Arielle Gold

Bronze Medal – Colorado

<p>Bronze Medal – Utah </p>
Carlijn Schoutens

Bronze Medal – Utah

<p>Bronze Medal – Illinois </p>
Bradie Tennell

Bronze Medal – Illinois

<p>Bronze Medal – Florida </p>
Brittany Bowe

Bronze Medal – Florida

<p>Gold Medal – California </p>
Chloe Kim

Gold Medal – California

<p>Bronze Medal – California </p>
Chris Knierim

Bronze Medal – California

<p>Bronze Medal – California </p>
Brita Sigourney

Bronze Medal – California

<p>Gold Medal – California </p>
Cayla Barnes

Gold Medal – California

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Dani Cameranesi

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Gold Medal – Nevada </p>
David Wise

Gold Medal – Nevada

<p>Silver medal – New York </p>
Chris Mazder

Silver medal – New York

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Gigi Marvin

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Silver – California </p>
Elana Meyers

Silver – California

<p>Gold Medal – New York </p>
Emily Pfalzer

Gold Medal – New York

<p>Gold Medal – Idaho </p>
Hilary Knight

Gold Medal – Idaho

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Hannah Brandt

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Bronze Medal – North Carolina </p>
Heather Bergsma

Bronze Medal – North Carolina

<p>Gold/Silver – California </p>
Jamie Anderson

Gold/Silver – California

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Jessie Diggins

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
John Ladnsteiner

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Silver Medal – Colorado </p>
Alex Ferreira

Silver Medal – Colorado

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Joem Polo

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Silver Medal – Pennsylvania </p>
John-Henry Krueger

Silver Medal – Pennsylvania

<p>Gold Medal – Massachusetts </p>
Kali Flanagan

Gold Medal – Massachusetts

<p>Gold Medal – Illinois </p>
Kendall Coyne

Gold Medal – Illinois

<p>Gold Medal – Massachusetts </p>
Kacey Bellamy

Gold Medal – Massachusetts

<p>Silver Medal – Michigan </p>
Kyle Mack

Silver Medal – Michigan

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Kelly Pannek

Gold Medal – Minnesota

<p>Gold Medal – Utah </p>
Kikkan Randall

Gold Medal – Utah

<p>Silver Medal – California </p>
Lauren Gibbs

Silver Medal – California

<p>Bronze Medal – Colorado </p>
Lindsey Vonn

Bronze Medal – Colorado

<p>Gold Medal – North Dakota </p>
Lamourex Twins

Gold Medal – North Dakota

<p>Gold Medal – Minnesota </p>
Lee Stecklein

Gold Medal – Minnesota

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