Winter Olympics 2018: Canada win skating gold as USA collect bronze – as it happened

Winter Olympics 2018: Canada win skating gold as USA collect bronze – as it happened

Canada skated to the gold it had been dreaming about for four years. American Jamie Anderson got another to match the one she won in Sochi.

Canada skated to the gold it had been dreaming about for four years. American Jamie Anderson got another to match the one she won in Sochi.

Alex and Maia Shibutani clinch bronze for the US in the team figure skating. (Pic Credit: Getty Images)

The Canadians kicked off the third day of full competition at the Pyeongchang Olympics on Monday by winning the team figure skating competition, finishing with the medal they had set their sights on since taking silver in 2014. And, they clinched it before the ice dance the third event of the day even began.

In other night finals, Ireen Wust won her fifth Olympic title and the Dutch speedskaters picked up gold and bronze in the 1,500 meters, biathlon No. 1 Martin Fourcade won the 12.5-kilometer pursuit, and Maren Lundby of Norway won the women’s ski jumping normal hill.

Final scores:

The big win for the American women comes a day after Jamie Anderson won Olympic gold again in slopestyle when she stomped her first run in a shortened women’s final where winds had their way with the women’s field on a bitterly cold day.

https://twitter.com/CBCOlympics/status/962889080970166273

Below is the 2018 Winter Olympics Medal Tracker, which will follow every country to win a medal. Norway holds the record for the most gold medals with 118 all-time. The United States is second with 96.

The record for most golds won in a single games was 14 by Canada in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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