At the Winter Olympic Games, like at the Summer Olympics, the first three place getters receive gold, silver and bronze medals respectively. We often judge success at the Olympics by the number of medals won, by individuals and by countries.
Norway holds the record for total medals at a single edition of the Winter Olympics, setting a new record of 39 medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics, which beat the previous record of 37 medals won by the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
- Medal Tables — the top countries in the Winter Games medal count for each Games.
- All Time Medal Tally — total medals won for every country since the first Winter Olympics.
- Medal Tally — top lists of athlete's medals won.
- Table Leaders — countries leading the medal table from each Winter Olympics.
- Number of Medal Events Over Time — changes in the number of events and therefore the number of available medals.
- Available Winter Olympic Medals — a discussion about how many Winter Olympic medals are available to be won.
- First Winter Olympic Gold Medal Winners — over 40 countries have won at least one gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
- Medal Tally Predictions — the predicted winners prior to each Winter Olympics.
- Medal Tally Per Capita — number of medals in proportion to the country's population (2018)
- Medal Designs — all about the Winter Olympics medal designs and composition.
- Medal Trivia — facts and figures about the Winter Olympics medals and medalists.