How every out LGBTQ Winter Olympian did

There were a record 15 out LGBTQ athletes at the just-concluded 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang. Four of these athletes won a combined seven medals.

Team LGBTQ won two golds (Eric Radford and Ireen Wüst); two silver (Wüst) and three bronze (Radford, Brittany Bowe and Adam Rippon).


Emilia Andersson Ramboldt (Sweden, ice hockey): Andersson Ramboldt and the Swedish team lost in the quarterfinals and finished in seventh place.

Belle Brockhoff (Australia, snowboarding): Brockhoff finished 11th in the snowboard cross.

Brittany Bowe (U.S., speedskating): Bowe won a bronze medal with her U.S. teammates in team pursuit. She came close to medaling in other races, finishing 4th in the 1,000 meters, 5th in the 1,500 meters and 5th in the 500 meters.

Jorik Hendrickx (Belgium, figure skating): Hendrickx finished 14th in the men’s individual event.

Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (Austria, ski jumping): Iraschko-Stoltz finished 6th out of 30 jumpers in the normal hill.

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