Olympics 2018: the fifth gold medal for Wust, the success of Norway and Canada


23 in Pyeongchang, winter Olympic games, played three sets of awards.

Norwegian Maren Lundby confirmed its status as the undisputed favorite and became the Olympic champion in jumping from the small jump. After the first attempt Lundby ahead of nearest rival by only 2.2 points, but a great jump at 110 meters withdrew all the questions about the winner of the gold medal. Gold Lundby was the second for Norway in the Olympics in Pyeongchang.

The results of the final:

1. Maren Lundby (Norway) – 264,6
2. Katharina Althaus (Germany) – 252,6
3. Sara Takanashi (Japan) – 243,8

The legendary speed skater Irene Wust after silver on a distance of 3000 meters in the race at 1,500 meters, won the fifth gold at the Olympics and became a 10-time medalist that allowed her to climb into second place in the list of the most famous women at the winter Olympics. Wust just ahead of Norwegian skier Marit bjoergen.

The results of the final:

1. Irene Wust (Netherlands) Is 1.54,35
2. Mio Takagi (Japan) – 1.54,55
3. Merit Of Leenstra (Netherlands) Is 1.55,26

Canadian Michael Kingsbury exchanged silver Sochi 2014 gold Pyeongchang 2018 competition Mogul (freestyle). Kingsbury was the favorite four years ago, but then lost to compatriot Alexander Bilodeau.

The results of the final:

1. Michael Kingsbury (Canada) – 86,63
2. Matt Graham (Australia) – 82,57
3. Daichi Hara (Japan) – 82,19

In the medal standings of the Olympic games-2018, after three days ahead of Germany, the Netherlands and Norway.


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