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How many medals has Team US won at the 2022 World Athletics Championships?

The final day of the World Athletics Championships is over and the United States dominated from start to finish in Eugene, Oregon.

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The final day of the World Athletics Championships is over and the United States dominated from start to finish in Eugene, Oregon.
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The World Athletics Championships have come to an end after 10 jam packed days from Eugene, Oregon. The host country, USA, ended the Championships with the lead with not just the total medal count, but the gold medal count as well.

The US start strong and finish strong

The Untied States team gave a resounding performance at Hayward Field through the first nine days, and built up a comfortable lead in the medal count going into the final day.

There were nine more sets of medals up for grabs on the final day in Eugene, and the US team finished strong, winning

Gold:

Men’s 100 Meter: Fred Kerley

Men’s 200 Meter: Noah Lyles

Men’s 400 Meter: Michael Norman

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Grant Holloway

Men’s Shot Put: Ryan Crouser

Women’s 400 Meter Hurdles: Sydney McLaughin

Women’s Pole Vault: Katie Nageotte

Women’s Shot Put: Chase Ealey

Women’s Hammer Throw: Brooke Andersen

Women’s 4x100 Meter Relay: USA

Men’s 4x400 Relay: USA

Women’s 4x400 Relay: USA

Women’s 800m: Athing Mu

Silver:

Men’s 100 Meter: Marvin Bracy

Men’s 200 Meter: Kenneth Bednarek

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Trey Cunningham

Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles: Rai Benjamin

Men’s Shot Put: Joe Kovacs

Men’s 4x100 Meter Relay: USA

Women’s Pole Vault: Sandi Morris

Women’s Javelin: Kara Winger

Men’s Pole Vault: Christopher Nilsen

Bronze:

Women’s Heptathlon: Anna Hall

Men’s 100 Meter: Trayvon Bromell

Men’s 200 Meter: Erriyon Knighton

Men’s 400 Meter: Trevor Bassitt

Men’s Shot Put: Josh Awotunde

Women’s 400 Meters: Dalilah Muhammad

Women’s Triple Jump: Tori Franklin

Women’s Discus Throw: Valarie Allman

Women’s Hammer Throw: Janee’ Kassanavoid

Mixed 4x400 Meter Relay: USA

Men’s Decathlon: Zachery Ziemek

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