It's no secret that Canada has a knack for the Winter Olympics. Though this year in Pyeong Chang it seems that our Canadian Winter Olympians have been going harder than ever, and are achieving some insane results. From Tessa and Scott being named the most decorated skaters in history to the massive surge in medals from our female athletes, it's clear everybody's giving it their all.
Though there's one record in particular that comes thanks to all of the athletes at the Winter games right now, no matter what sport they're in. It turns out that as of yesterday Team Canada surpassed their country record for total medals at a Winter Olympics. It happened last night after Kaetlyn Osmond took home bronze in women's figure skating, taking the country's total medal count to a whopping 27.
So while you still might be bummed about that women's hockey game or those curling matches, look on the bright side! Canada just made history of its own thanks to all the winning athletes in Pyeong Chang! Plus with the games still featuring tons of events left to go, Team Canada has a chance to set the new country record even higher!
While Kaetlyn's full performance isn't available yet, you can catch her short program here if you want to see part of her performance that got Team Canada their 27th medal: