Team USA, in the end, finished second to the host country in the medal count with 28—nine gold, seven silver and twelve bronze. Congratulations to all the competitors and in case you missed it, here's a list of the American gold medal winners.
- Joss Christensen, Freestyle Skiing, Men's Ski Slopestyle
- David Wise, Freestyle Skiing, Men's Ski Halfpipe
- Maddie Bowman, Freestyle Skiing, Ladies' Ski Halfpipe
- Sage Kotsenburg, Snowboard, Men's Slopestyle
- Jamie Anderson, Snowboard, Ladies' Slopestyle
- Kaitlyn Farrington, Snowboard, Ladies' Halfpipe
- Ted Ligety, Alpine Skiing, Men's Giant Slalom
- Mikaela Shiffrin, Alpine Skiing, Ladies' Slalom
- Charlie White, Meryl Davis, Figure Skating, Ice Dancing
I do have to give applause to our neighbors to the north though. The Canadians finished with 25 medals, 10 of those gold. They swept the Curling with both men and women winning gold—the women's team was actually impressively undefeated throughout the entire tournament. Team Canada also took gold in both men's and women's Ice Hockey. I'm still a little bitter about that as it was Team USA who fell victim in both cases.
See you in four years for yet another time zone nightmare in South Korea.