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2018 PyeongChang Winter Games coverage from. Get news, results, medal tracker and more from the 2018. SI's Brian Cazeneuve picks gold, silver and bronze medals for all 102 events at the 2018 Winter ese picks originally appeared in the Jauary 29-February 5 double issue of the magazine.
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Sports Illustrateds Brian Cazeneuve picks gold, silver and bronze medal winners for all 102 events at this years Olympics. Overall, he has Norway coming out with the most medals total: 42 (17 gold, 15 silver, 10 bronze). Up next is Germany with 35, then Canada.
Sports Illustrated paid homage to the original, olympics by photographing Rio 2016 events in the style of the 1890s.S. Swimmers want focus back on gold medals, not the Ryan Loc. In Sports Illustrateds October 5, 1964 preview of the Tokyo Olympics, the editors stuck their necks out and picked the medalists.