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PHOTOS: Memorable Moments From The Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games

Norway is taking home the most Winter Olympic medals, 39 total — 14 of them gold. The U.S. came in fourth in the medal count, winning 23 — its lowest number since 1998, when it won 13.
French biathlete Anais Chevalier competes at the shooting range in the women's 4x6-kilometer relay on Feb. 22. Her team won bronze. Source: Kirill Kudryavtsev

The 2018 Winter Olympics ended Sunday evening in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with a closing ceremony featuring fireworks, K-pop performances, the reappearance of Tongan cross-country skier

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