The latest gold medal tally of the Winter Olympics: The United States ranked 6 with 4 gold MEDALS, and China added a bronze medal to rank 7. South Korea cried again
Six gold MEDALS will be won in snowboarding, cross-country skiing, speed skating, biathlon, ski jumping and skeleton bobsled at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.Among them, The Chinese team flag bearer Gao Tingyu will speed skating men’s 500 meters gold medal challenge, waiting for the arrival of the gold medal.Before that, let’s take a look at the gold medal ranking of the first seven days of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Germany once again won one gold and one silver, keeping the first place.The United States ranked sixth in gold.China added another copper ranked seventh;Korea is crying again.Top 10 golds: Germany 7, Norway 6, Netherlands 5, Sweden 5, Austria 4, THE United States 4, China 3, Russia 2, Italy 2, Japan 2.Europe’s ice and snow powers continued to dominate the gold medal standings, with Germany taking the lead in winning its seventh gold medal and closing in on the top double, while Norway, the Netherlands and Sweden were also keen to catch up.The U.S. climbed to sixth place with four golds, five silvers and one bronze, thanks to three golds on the sixth day.China added another bronze medal to rank 7th on the gold medal table with 3 golds, 3 silvers and 1 bronze.In the steel bobsled competition, Yan Wengang of China won the bronze medal in 4:01.77, the first time China has won a medal in the steel bobsled event.In addition, Yan Wengang’s top speed in the race reached 129.7km per hour, which is a challenge of speed and limit. Praise for the athletes.At present, Chinese players are constantly challenging themselves and setting new records, which has been very successful for us.South Korea lost gold again and cried again after the game.Choi Min-jeong of South Korea broke down in tears after missing the gold medal and winning a silver medal in the women’s 1,000m short track speed skating final in 1:28.443.To be honest, the silver medal is already great, but Cui Minjing’s little moves and some Korean media’s reports out of context are disgusting. She keeps making little moves but still looks innocent and blames others for missing the gold medal.Currently, South Korea is tied for 16th place with one gold, one silver and one bronze.China has consistently beaten Japan (two golds, two silvers and four bronzes, 10th) and South Korea (one gold, one silver and one bronze, tied for 16th) in the gold medal count, which is good enough. After all, China is far behind them in Pyeongchang 2018, and hopes to maintain that and overtake these two big rivals.