Olympic 2018 Medal Count: Final Medal Tally for Each Country on Sunday

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Norway dominated the Cross-Country Skiing competition, nabbing a total of four medals in the events.

While the United States had just the one gold and one silver going into Sunday, they did some work to catch up in the medal counts.

One of those medals for the United States was a historic one, as Chris Mazdzer won silver in the men's luge.

The United States is fifth in total medals right now, but don't worry.

Norway doubled its medal count from the previous day, adding a gold, another silver and two more bronze medals-including a sweep in men's biathalon-to bring the Norwegian total to eight. It is a close battle, though, as Canada is in second with six medals, and Netherlands sits in third with five.

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-Snowboarding: The men's slopestyle event begins with qualifying runs.

Katie Ormerod was an outside shot for gold either in the slopestyle or the big air but suffered two bad training falls, breaking first her wrist and then more seriously her heel, forcing her withdrawal.

On Sunday evening, the figure skating team event will hand out medals when the men's and women's free skate and the ice dancing free program happen, with an expected end time of around 11 p.m. ET. Germany and Canada are tied at four medals apiece, but while Canada has yet to win a gold medal, three of Germany's four medals are gold. The win is notable because it's Team USA's first ever medal in men's singles luge.

The United States and Canada also both medaled in the team figure skating event, only this time it was the Canadians capturing gold while the Americans settled for bronze behind the Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation.

-Biathlon: Men will compete in the 12.5km pursuit (12:15 p.m., NBCSN). The men's moguls final in freestyle skiing, women's 1500m in speed skating, women's individual normal hill final in ski jumping, and the women's halfpipe final in snowboarding will all have medals on Monday as well.

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