Beijing 2022: the medal table updated on 19/02/2022
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 3748
Here's what happened today at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. The 50km was won by ROC's Alexander Bolshunov in 1: 11: 32.7, followed by teammate Ivan Yakimushkin (1: 11: 38.2, +5.5) and the Norwegian Simen Hegstad Krueger (1: 11: 39.7, +7.0).
Jenny Wiedeke, communications director of FIS, after the Alpine Skiing Events Team moved to Sunday: "It was pretty clear that with the gusts of wind it was not possible to organize the race. The wind was really strong. When you have aerial fences that fly, then it's a clear decision.
" Speed ââskating women: gold for the Dutch Schouten, silver for the Canadian Blondin, bronze for the Italian Lollobrigida.
Medal Table updated to 02/19/2022
Rank - Team - Gold - Silver - Bronze - Total 1 Norway 15 8 12 35
2 Germany 10 7 5 22
3 USA 8 9 6 23
4 Netherlands 8 5 4 17
5 China 8 4 2 14
6 Sweden 7 5 4 16
7 Switzerland 7 2 5 14
8 ROC (Russian Olympic Committee) 6 10 13 29
9 Austria 6 7 4 17
10 France 5 7 2 14
11 Canada 4 8 13 25
12 Japan 3 5 9 17
13 Italy 2 7 8 17
14 South Korea 2 5 2 9
15 Slovenia 2 3 2 7
16 New Zealand 2 1 0 3
17 Finland 1 2 3 6
18 Australia 1 2 1 4
19 Hungary 1 0 2 3
20 Belgium 1 0 1 2
Czech Republic 1 0 1 2
22 Slovakia 1 0 0 1
23 Belarus 0 2 0 2
24 Spain 0 1 0 1
Ukraine 0 1 0 1
26 Estonia 0 0 1 1
Latvia 0 0 1 1
Poland 0 0 1 1
What is happening in Beijing
Dutchman Thomas Krol wins gold medal at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games in men's 1000m in speed skating.
Second place for Laurent Dubreuil, third place for Haavard Holmefjord Lorentzen. Men's 15 km biathlon won by the Norwegian Boe: on the podium also the Swedish Ponsilouma and the other Norwegian Christiansen. Canada beats the USA and wins the bronze medal in men's curling.
At the National Aquatics Center, Switzerland and Sweden, already qualified for the semifinals, were joined by Great Britain and Japan. Canada got the same score as the last two teams to go through, but they are out. Mikaela Shiffrin, after yet another failure, said: "It is incredible.
I have not reached the finish line again and it is as if 60% of my Dnf rate (unfinished races) of my entire career has happened at these Games. I didn't feel a particular pressure, higher than usual, I felt loose and relaxed.
I knew my plan, I was focused, I skied well but once again it didn't work. " Sandra Naeslund clearly won the final in women's ski cross at the Beijing 2022 Olympics. The Swedish champion preceded the Canadian Marielle Thompson followed by Daniela Maier.
At the Wukesong Sports Center, Canada is the new Olympic gold in women's ice hockey. The United States beaten 3-2, silver, bronze to Finland who had won yesterday against Switzerland 4-0. Resounding result at the National Indoor Stadium in the first quarter final of the men's ice hockey tournament.
Slovakia wins over the United States of America, among the big favorites for Olympic gold, 3-2. Clement Noel took the gold medal in the men's slalom of the Beijing Games. The Frenchman, author of a great comeback in the second heat, preceded the Austrian Johannes Strolz and the Norwegian Sebastian Foss-Solevaag.
In women's speed skating, the Netherlands dominate the final B against ROC and take the bronze. In final A, Japan falls on the last lap and Canada wins with an Olympic record. Among men, in the final B the USA conquers an absolute bronze over the Netherlands.
In final A, Norway outclasses the ROC and takes Olympic gold. The Sports Arbitration Tribunal (TAS) has authorized the 15-year-old Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva to continue competing in the Beijing Winter Olympics despite not having a positive anti-doping test.
Obviously this ruling does not affect the possible future possibility of a disqualification, even retroactive. The Court has announced that it has rejected the appeals of the International Olympic Committee, the World Anti-Doping Agency and the International Skating Union for the restoration of her suspension, allowing Valieva to participate in the individual competition that will open on Tuesday.
In the women's hockey, Canada first finalist: Switzerland beaten 10-3 in the first semifinal. The Canadians await the winner of the USA-Finland. Marco Odermatt, after the giant's award ceremony, as reported by the official Olympic site, said: "It's incredible.
It was a difficult day, with the conditions, with this long wait between the two heats. It was more than five hours for me, it was such a long time to rethink everything and it was hard to stay focused. I tried to get some sleep in between." Silver medal to the Slovenian Kranjec in 2: 09.54, bronze medal to the French Faivre in 2: 10.69.
In women's Biathlon, 10km pursuit, gold for the Norwegian Roeiseland who completes a practically perfect race in 34: 46.9, silver to the Swedish Oeberg (+1: 36.5) and bronze to the other Norwegian Eckhoff (+1.48.7). In the background, men's 4x10km relay, gold to Russia.
The Russian team closes in 1: 54.50, with one minute ahead of Norway (1: 55.57) who takes the silver. Bronze for France which closes in 1: 56.07. The Japanese women's team pursuit team consisting of Sato Ayano, Takagi Miho and Takagi Nana broke their own Olympic record set four years ago in PyeongChang.
They scored 2: 53.61 in the quarter-finals. In cross-country skiing, women's 4x5 km relay, Russia comes back and finishes taking gold in 53: 41.0 with the quartet formed by Yulia Stupak, Natalia Nepryaeva, Tatiana Sorina and Veronika Stepanova.
Silver to Germany who had finished the second and third fractions in the lead. Final time of 53: 59.2 with 18.2 seconds delay. Sweden is third at +20.7. Gold in mixed snowboard cross went to veterans Lindsey Jacobellis and Nick Baumgartner, the oldest athletes competing in snowboard cross in Beijing 2022.
Silver for the Italian couple Moioli-Visintin. Baumgartner said: "These tears are so much better than the other day's. I can't say how much pressure it takes away when you know you have someone like Lindsey in the gate after you.
When you don't have to worry about things, you see your best comes out. Age? We look younger than everyone. "