Japan won a total of 13 medals at the Beijing Olympics, lining up at the previous 2018 Pyeongchang Games, which was the highest number ever at the Winter Olympics.

On the 15th of the 12th day of the Beijing Olympics, Kokomo Murase won the bronze medal at the women's big air snowboard and the silver medal at the women's group Pachute.



As a result, Japan has won a total of 13 medals, lining up with the previous 2018 Pyeongchang Games, which was the highest number ever at the Winter Olympics.



The medals that Japan has won so far in this tournament


are two gold medals, which were won by Ryoyu Kobayashi of the ski jumping men's normal hill and Ayumu Hirano of the snowboarding men's halfpipe.


▽ Five silver medals won by Miho Takagi, 1500 meters for women's speed skating and 500 meters for women, Yuma Kagiyama, a women's group for speed skating, Yuma Kagiyama for men's figure skating, and Ryosuke Kobayashi for ski jumping men's large hill. Did.


▽ With 6 bronze medals, ski freestyle men's moguls Yukimasa Horishima, figure skating group, snowboard women's halfpipe Tomita Sena, figure skating men's single Shoma Uno, speed skating men's 500 meters Morishige Wataru Morishige won the Snowboard Women's Big Air.



The Pyeongchang tournament had four gold medals, five silver medals, and four bronze medals.

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