The competition heated up in week two of the PyeongChang Games.
Team USA captured 6 more medals (including 2 gold), more from athletes we featured in our pre-Games post. Congratulations to all of our Team USA medalists so far – especially our Women to Watch winners that we’ve marked with an *.
- Chloe Kim, Snowboarding-Halfpipe*- GOLD
- Elana Meyers-Taylor, Bobsled* – SILVER (team)
- Jamie Anderson, Snowboarding-Slopestyle* – GOLD
- Maia Shibutani, Ice Dance* – BRONZE (team) and BRONZE (Ice Dance)
- Mikaela Shiffrin, Alpine Skiing-Giant Slalom* – GOLD
- Mirai Nagasu, Figure Skating* – BRONZE (team)
- Arielle Gold, Snowboarding-Halfpipe – BRONZE
- Brita Sigourney, Freestyle Skiing-Halfpipe – BRONZE
Brittany Bowe, Speedskating – BRONZE (team)
Carlijn Schoutens, Speedskating – BRONZE (team)
Heather Bergsma, Speedskating – BRONZE (team)
Jessie Diggins, Cross-Country Skiing – GOLD (team)
Kikkan Randall, Cross-Country Skiing – GOLD (team)
- Lauren Gibbs, Bobsled – SILVER (team)
- Lindsey Vonn, Alpine Skiing-Downhill – BRONZE
Mia Manganello, Speedskating – BRONZE (team)
Here at YLJ, Inc, we’ve also decided to keep a medal count, but for the women only. Take a look below to see how the women of each country are faring in total medals as well as gold medals after one week of competition.
Week 1 Total Medals (Women): 4
Week 2 Total Medals (Women): 11
Week 1 Gold Medals (Women): 2
Week 2 Gold Medals (Women): 4