Winter Olympics 2018: Day one medal count

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Ukraine at 2018 Olympics - follow coverage of the first Winter Olympics ever held in South Korea's PyeongChang
20:52, 10 February 2018

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On February 10, at the Olympics in Pyeongchang, athletes competed in nine disciplines, in five of them having won the first medals. According  to the results of the second Olympic Day, the triumphator with two gold medals became Germany.

In the women's skiathlon the race was won by the Swedish Charlotte Kalla, German Laura Dahlmeier triumphed in biathlon, and in the skating race for 3000 meters the entire podium was won by Dutch athletes.

The first "gold" to the treasury of the owners brought a short-tracker Lim He Jun, winning the final at a distance of 1500 meters with a new Olympic record. And in the sector for jumping from a springboard a sensational victory was won by the German Andreas Wellinger.

The results of Ukrainian sportsmen on this day are frankly disappointing: if in the skiathlon and luge sports before the start of competitions the awards were not foreseen, then the 14th place of Vita Semerenko in biathlon we cannot call the asset of our girls.

Today Ukrainian sportsmen showed results in competitions:

skiathlon (Tetiana Antipenko - 45th place, Maryna Antsibor - 53rd place),

luge (Anton Dukach - 26th place, Andriy Mantziy - 40th place),

biathlon (Valentyna Semerenko - 46th place, Irina Varvynets - 73rd place, Anastasia Merkushina - 55th place, Vita Semerenko - 14th place).

Medal count top 5:

Germany - 2 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze

Netherlands - 1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze

Republic of Korea - 1 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze

Sweden - 1 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze

Norway -0 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze

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