Awesome! Out LGBTQ Athletes Have Won Seven Medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics!

The Winter Olympic games have a total of 15 out and proud members of the LGBTQ community competing for the gold, and so far, the numbers we've pulled in have been very impressive.

A total of seven medals have been won by four of our LGBTQ athletes this time around, including two gold, two silver and three bronze.

Here is a look at who won what so far (and congratulations to all who have competed and represented for our community!) 

Eric Radford: One Gold, One Bronze


I'm honoured to represent a country filled with selfless, inclusive and kind people from coast to coast. In Canada it's not about who you are or where you're from #WeAllPlayForCanada

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Ireen Wüst: One Gold, Two Silver

Adam Rippon: One Bronze


Cheering on our Olympic Angel today. Get it, G!!!

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Brittany Bowe: One Bronze

Ireen can now call herself the most decorated LGBTQ Olympian of all time, as she has a record 11 wins under her belt, passing Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe who had 9.  Impressive indeed.  Congrats to all!