Third in the medal standings, China lost the lead!0 gold, 1 silver, 0 copper, the second most powerful country in Europe

2022-04-27 0 By

On the penultimate day of the Beijing Winter Olympics, the top spot in the medal table was out of reach as Norway took a commanding lead with 15 golds, eight silvers and 12 bronzes.In second place was Germany with 10 gold, seven silver and five bronze MEDALS.Norway not only has a lot of gold MEDALS, but also a lot of silver and bronze MEDALS.I believe the German team will also lose convincingly.Medal standings first and second are basically locked, but the third is unprecedented fierce competition.In the latest medal table, the United States, the Netherlands, Sweden and China all have 8 gold MEDALS, the United States with 8 gold, 9 silver and 6 bronze MEDALS, the Netherlands 8 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze MEDALS in the fourth, Sweden 8 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze MEDALS in the fifth, China 8 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze MEDALS in the sixth.With eight gold MEDALS, China had the fewest silvers and lost the race for third place in the medal table.To finish third, China must win one more gold medal than the United States, the Netherlands and Sweden.On the final day of the Beijing Winter Olympics, China failed to score a gold medal.So if The Chinese team wants to get the third, it will be free skating in figure skating pairs.China’s Sui Wenjing and Han Cong qualified first in the heats on Monday, but their score of 84.41 was only 0.16 points ahead of the Russian Olympic Committee, which placed second.Four years ago in Pyeongchang, Sui wenjing/Han Cong won silver.Playing at home, they hope to make amends.If China wins the gold medal in the pair free skating, it has a chance to finish third, but it does not necessarily mean that China will finish third.That would require the United States, the Netherlands and Sweden to win no gold MEDALS in the rest of the tournament.In fact, no matter whether Sui wenjing/Han Cong can win the gold medal or not, and no matter whether The Chinese team can get the third place, there is no failure as long as you try your best.Go Sui Wenjing/Han Cong, go China, too.This Winter Olympics, The Chinese team has made history.China’s best record at the previous Winter Olympics was five gold, two silver and four bronze MEDALS.The Chinese team has won 8 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze MEDALS in this Winter Olympics, setting a new high in the number of gold MEDALS and MEDALS.In Asia, The Chinese team ranked first, and the advantage is very large.In second place was Japan, with three gold, five silver and nine bronze MEDALS.Japan won a handful of gold MEDALS but plenty of bronze, with 17 to China’s 14.South Korea finished third with two gold, five silver and two bronze MEDALS.It is worth mentioning that on the penultimate day of the Winter Olympics, Europe’s second largest power finally broke the drought.In Europe, team GB has the second largest GDP after Germany.They are reported to have spent £28m (£240m) preparing for the Games.But in the first 14 days of the Games, team Gb did not collect anything.On the penultimate day of the men’s curling final, Sweden and Great Britain battled to extra time in the 10th round.Sweden, the runners-up in the last Winter Olympics, beat Great Britain 5-4 to take gold.Team GB failed to win the gold medal, but they also won a precious silver medal to avoid a clean sweep.Team GB could breathe a sigh of relief if their winter sports face a funding squeeze if they win zero gold, zero silver and zero bronze in Beijing, according to British media.