Published On: Sun, Feb 25th, 2018

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The is due to come to an end at 11am (GMT) on Sunday after two weeks of controversy, joy, triumph and heartbreak.

The closing ceremony will take place at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium on February 25 at 8pm KST (11am GMT).


Norway shot to the top of the medals table, with 39 medals overall – including 14 golds, 14 silver and 11 bronze medals.

Second in the medal count is Germany, with 31 medals in total and is currently tied with Norway for the number of gold medals they have won.

The third country on the list is Canada, who hold also hold 29 medals but come third with 11 gold medals.

The United States came in fourth, with 23 medals – nine gold, eight silver and six bronze.

Russia has been denied the right to march under their own flag in the closing ceremony as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) upholds its ban following doping a series of doping allegations.

Team GB, who stand at number 19 in the table, have got one of their best ever results in the Winter Olympics with one gold medal and four bronzes.

Britain was also 19th place in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics with one gold, one silver and two bronze medals.

Snowboarding bronze medallist Billy Morgan is set to carry the Great Britain flag at the closing ceremony.

Mr Morgan told News: “I’m pretty nervous already thinking about carrying the flag but I’m sure it’s going to be amazing.”

The British snowboarder was the first British man to claim an Olympic medal on snow.

Skeleton rider Lizzy Yarnold reclaimed her world title and won Britain’s only gold medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Lizzy Yarnold shot to fame in 2014 when she took gold at the Sochi Winter Olympics in the women’s skeleton.

BBC Two will also be streaming live coverage of the event back to the UK from 11am (GMT) on Sunday 25 February. Eurosport will also show coverage of the event from 10.45am (GMT) time on the same day.  

Reuters have revealed that members of the North Korean delegation, who are in attendance at the Winter Olympics closing ceremony, have said North Korea is willing to hold talks with the US.

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