Germany leading 2022 Winter Olympics medals table
Germany has reached the top of the 2022 Winter Olympics medal count with multiple medals they won on Wednesday, News.Az reports citing Anadolu Agency.
In the luge discipline, Germany bagged a gold and silver medal in Beijing.
Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt won the doubles run 2 with the time of 1:56:554 at Yanqing National Sliding Centre to win the Olympic gold.
Their compatriots Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken came second with 1:56:653 to be awarded with the silver medal.
Thomas Steu and Lorenz Koller were third in the doubles run 2 as the Austrian pair were 0.5 seconds behind Eggert and Benecken to have a bronze medal.
Separately, German athlete Vinzenz Geiger was the victor in the Nordic combined event.
Geiger completed the Individual Gundersen Normal Hill/10km, Cross-Country with the time of 25:07:7 to win an Olympic gold at Zhangjiakou National Cross-Country Skiing Center.
Joergen Graabak of Norway ended it 0.8 seconds behind Geiger to claim a silver medal.
Austria's Lukas Greiderer finished in 25:14:3 to be a bronze medalist in Beijing.
Germany are leading the Beijing 2022 with eight medals including five gold.
In addition, Germans have so far taken three silver medals in the Chinese capital.
Second-place Norway have 10 medals including four gold.
Sweden are currently in the third position with seven medals. They bagged four gold medals to follow Norway in the medal rankings.