Norway Leads First Week of PyeongChang 2018 Competition -- Photodesk

(ATR) Six golds and 17 total medals puts Norway atop the medal table. Check out photos from the first week of the Games.

(ATR) Six golds and 17 total medals puts Norway atop the Olympic medal table, for now.

After seven days of competition, the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games have produced 113 medalists in sports such as snowboarding, alpine skiing, figure skating and biathlon.

Norway leads the 92 countries competing in the Winter Olympics with 17 total medals, six of which are gold. Germany leads the gold count with nine medals and is only two behind Norway for the overall lead.

Luge is the first sport to complete its competitions in PyeongChang. There are many more days of medal competitions left for alpine skiers, speed skaters and snowboarders as well as more team-oriented sports such as curling and ice hockey.

Click here for photos from some of the competitions during the first week in PyeongChang.

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