Final Medal Count - Day 16: Sunday February 25, 2018

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea are history.

Norway made history with the most total overall medals won in a single Winter Olympics with 39, surpassing the United States' mark of 37 in Vancouver 2010.

Norway also tied with Germany where both nations matched Canada's Vancouver 2010 mark with 14 gold medals.

The Norwegians can thank their Cross-Country Skiing legends Marit Bjoergen and Johannes Hosflot Klaebo for their success.

Bjoergen had five medals including two gold while Klaebo had three gold medals. tying with French biathlete Martin Fourcade.

Germany had the second most overall medals in the 2018 Winter games with 31. Germany's 14 gold medals brings them to 92 career Winter Olympic Gold Medals. The unified and reunified German team are on pace to become the third nation to break the century mark in Beijing 2022 after Norway and the United States.

Canada had their best Olympics ever despite no golds in ice hockey and one gold in the three curling events as the nation North of the Border achieved 29 medals, the third most in Pyeongchang 2018 and three more than their Vancouver 2010 mark of 26.

Despite having their worst Winter Olympics since they finished out of the Top Three in the medal count since Nagano 1998, the United States secured fourth spot in Pyeongchang 2018 with their fifth straight 20+ medal haul when they won 23 medals including nine gold.

Team USA did have some notable gold medals. Jessica Diggins and Kikkan Randall helped the Americans win their first ever Winter Olympic gold medal in Cross-Country Skiing in the women's team sprint event. Shaun White helping the United States win their 100th career Winter Olympic Gold Medal in Men's Halfpipe Snowboarding. John Shuster also helped the U.S. Men's team win their first ever Curling gold medal.

And Maddie Rooney and the United States women's ice hockey team win their first women's Olympic ice hockey gold medal since Nagano 1998 when they defeated Canada in a shootout.

Thanks to their long track speed skating prowess where they won 16 medals including seven gold, the Netherlands round out the Top Five in the medal count with 20.

Dutch speed skating legend Ireen Wuest led the Oranje with three medals in Pyeongchang while Kjeld Nuis led the Dutch with two gold medals.

Hosts South Korea and the Olympic Athletes from Russia were tied for the sixth most medals with 17 each.

South Korea had their best Winter Olympics ever with those 17 medals including five gold.

Fellow Asian counterpart and future hosts of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan had their best Winter Olympics ever with 13 medals including four gold.

Rounding out the double-digit club were Switzerland and France with 15 each, Sweden and Austria with 14 each and Italy with 10. Sweden has the most gold medals among non-twenty somethings with seven.

Tina Weirather made Lichtenstein proud as her bronze medal in Women's Super G Alpine Skiing was her country's first medal in any Olympic games since Calgary 1988 when Paul Frommelt won bronze in Men's Slalom.

The Hungarians Short Track Speed Skating relay team of Shaoang Liu, Shaolin Sandor Liu, Viktor Knoch and Csaba Burjan helped their nation win their first ever Winter Olympic gold medal in the men's 5000m team relay event.

It was Hungary's first Winter Olympic medal since Ice Dance Figure Skating duo of Krisztina Regoczy and Andras Sallay won silver in Lake Placid 1980.

Pyeongchang 2018 has the most nations winning at least one medal with 30 and 22 of the 30 won at least one gold.