The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics are officially underway -- and so is the gold medal hunt!
From figure skating to snowboarding, alpine skiing to bobsledding, hockey to curling, the best winter athletes from around the world have gathered in China to compete in a record 109 events spanning 15 disciplines across seven sports.
NBCUniversal is the official broadcaster of the 2022 Winter Olympics -- which means that you can tune in to nearly 200 hours of televised coverage live on NBC or through Peacock. USA Network is the official cable home for the Winter Games and will air Olympics coverage from Feb. 2-20.
Team USA is second in the all-time medal count at the Winter Games -- behind only Norway -- with 307 total medals and 105 golds. Athletes like Shaun White, Mikaela Shiffrin, Nathan Chen, Chloe Zhou and more are hoping to help add to that count over the next two weeks.
Check out the current medal count leaders and see each of Team USA's 2022 medalists below!
CURRENT MEDAL COUNT LEADERS
(updated Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m. EST)
1. Norway - 37 total medals (16 gold, 8 silver, 13 bronze)
2. ROC - 32 total medals (6 gold, 12 silver, 14 bronze)
3. Germany - 27 total medals (12 gold, 10 silver, 5 bronze)
4. Canada - 26 total medals (4 gold, 8 silver, 14 bronze)
5. USA - 25 total medals (8 gold, 10 silver, 7 bronze)
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics run from Feb. 4-20 and will be broadcast on NBC, NBCOlympics.com, on the NBC Sports app, and on Peacock. In the meantime, stay tuned to ETonline.com for complete Olympics coverage.
Jessie Diggins - Silver, Women's 30km Mass Start; Bronze, Women's Individual Sprint
After a historic gold medal in the team sprint four years ago in Pyeongchang, Diggins made U.S. Olympic history once again, becoming the first-ever American to medal in an individual sprint in cross country. She broke up what would have been a Swedish sweep of the event, finishing behind Jonna Sundling and Maja Dahlqvist. Later in the Games, she also took silver in the 30km mass start, matching the best Olympic finish ever by a Team USA cross-country skier in an individual event, and making her the first American in the sport to win more than one medal at a single Olympics.
Elana Meyers Taylor and Sylvia Hoffman - Bronze, Two-Woman Bobsled
Following her silver medal in the monobob, Elana Meyers Taylor became a rare Winter Olympics multi-medalist when she and teammate Sylvia Hoffman clinched the bronze medal in the two-woman bobsled event.
David Wise & Alex Ferreira - Silver & Bronze, Freestyle Skiing: Men's Halfpipe
Clearly a fun-loving bunch of competitors, Team USA's David Wise and Alex Ferreira celebrated their silver and bronze finishes in the men's freestyle skiing halfpipe by hoisting the gold medal winner -- New Zealand's Nico Porteous -- on their shoulders during the medal ceremony.
Team USA - Silver, Women's Ice Hockey
In a disappointing reversal from the 2018 Games, Team Canada beat out Team USA in the gold medal game, leaving the Americans with silver after a final score of 3-2. Finland shut out Switzerland to take the bronze medal in the event.
Team USA - Bronze, Speed Skating: Men's Team Pursuit
While favored in the event, a semifinals loss to ROC meant that Team USA -- comprised of Joey Mantia, Casey Dawson, Ethan Cepuran and Emery Lehman -- ended up racing for bronze in the B Final of the men's team pursuit event, touching out the Netherlands by nearly three seconds. Ultimately, Norway won the gold in the event, for the second Olympics in a row, defeating ROC in the final.
Brittany Bowe - Bronze, Speed Skating: Women's 1000M
In her third Winter Games, Bowe clinched the first individual Olympic medal of her speed skating career, finishing behind Miho Takagi of Japan and Jutta Leerdam of the Netherlands, and just 0.1 seconds ahead of ROC's Angelina Golikova to take home the bronze.
Alex Hall & Nick Goepper - Gold & Silver, Freestyle Skiing: Men's Slopestyle
Hall and Goepper continued Team USA's winning tradition in the slopestyle event -- Americans have won six of the nine medals awarded in the specialty since it made its Olympic debut in 2014 -- pulling off creative runs to take the top two spots on the podium, just ahead of Sweden's Jesper Tjäder.
Erin Jackson - Gold, Speed Skating: Women's 500
Jackson won her gold in stunning, historic fashion, as an accomplished inline skater who only first stepped onto the ice in 2016. Her win the 500 made her the first African American woman to win a medal in the sport, the first American speedskater to medal in Beijing and the first individual American to win any speedskating medal since the 2010 Vancouver Games.
Kaillie Humphries & Elana Meyers Taylor - Gold & Silver, Bobsled: Women's Monobob
The monobob event -- a single-rider bobsled -- made its Olympic debut as a female-only competition at the Beijing Games, and Team USA welcomed the new event in dominant fashion, with Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers Taylor finishing first and second, ahead of Canada's Christine de Bruin, who took the bronze.
Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue - Bronze, Figure Skating: Ice Dance
In their final Olympic performance together, Hubbell and Donohue pulled off an emotional routine to redeem their 4th place from the Pyeongchang Games in 2018 and win a bronze, finishing just ahead of their American teammates, training partners and rivals, Madison Chock and Evan Bates.
Megan Nick - Bronze, Freestyle Skiing, Women's Aerials
Nick, a former gymnast, who got her start in aerial skiing at age 17, landed a back-full-double-full in her Winter Olympics debut to take the bronze behind Mengtao Xu of China and Hanna Huskova of Belarus.
Nick Baumgartner & Lindsey Jacobellis - Gold, Snowboarding: Mixed Team Snowboard Cross
In another huge veteran win for Team USA, Baumgartner and Jacobellis -- with nine Olympic appearances between them -- took the gold in the first-ever mixed team snowboard cross event.
Nathan Chen - Gold, Figure Skating: Men's Singles
Nathan Chen finally got his gold in the men's figure skating singles competition, pulling off two stunning programs that showed why they call him the "quad king." Chen landed five total quadruple jumps in his long program for a winning score of 332.60, beating out Japan's powerhouse trio of Yuma Kagiyama, Shoma Uno and Yuzuru Hanyu to finish atop the podium.
Chloe Kim - Gold, Snowboarding: Women's Halfpipe
Kim defended her gold medal in the women's halfpipe in stunning fashion, laying down a score of 94 on her very first finals run -- a score that would stand throughout the following rounds to place her atop the podium, just ahead of Spain's Queralt Castellet and Japan's Sena Tomita.
Team USA - Gold, Freestyle Skiing: Mixed Team Aerials
In a bit of an upset, the team of Ashley Caldwell, Christopher Lillis and Jutsin Schoenefeld beat out teams from China and Canada to take the top spot on the podium in the mixed team aerials competitions, which made its debut at the Beijing Games.
Lindsey Jacobellis - Gold, Snowboarding: Women's Snowboard Cross
Jacobellis won Team USA's first gold of the Beijing Games in the women's snowboard cross, and for the 36-year-old Danbury, Connecticut, native, it's a medal 16 years in the making. The five-time Winter Olympian finally got her redemption run, after a last-minute mistake cost her the gold back in at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin. Not only that, she also became the oldest American woman to win a medal of any color at the Winter Olympics!
Colby Stevenson - Silver, Freestyle Skiing: Men's Big Air
Almost six years after a near-fatal car crash that left him with a severe brain injury, Stevenson won silver as the Big Air competition made its Winter Olympics debut. The 24-year-old Portsmouth, New Hampshire native scored 183.00 after his three runs and secured second place behind Birk Ruud of Norway.
Ryan Cochran-Siegle - Silver, Alpine Skiing: Men's Super-G
50 years after his mother, Barbara Cochran, won skiing gold at the 1972 Olympics, Ryan Cochran-Siegle captured silver in the super-G alpine event in Beijing, finishing just 0.04 seconds behind Matthias Mayer of Austria.
Figure Skating Team Event - Silver
Following performances by Nathan Chen, Vincent Zhou, and Karen Chen, and a stellar free dance from Madison Chock and Evan Bates, Team USA took silver in the figure skating team event, scoring just behind the Russian Olympic Committee.
Jaelin Kauf - Silver, Freestyle Skiing: Women's Moguls
The 25-year-old Alta, Wyoming, native took second place to Australia's Jakara Anthony in the women's moguls freestyle skiing event.
Julia Marino - Silver, Snowboarding: Women's Slopestyle
Marino earned Team USA's first medal of the Beijing Winter Games, taking silver in the women's slopestyle snowboarding event. The 24-year-old Westport, Connecticut, native landed back-to-back 900s and a front-side double cork 1080 on her second run to take silver behind New Zealand's Zoi Sadowski-Synnott.