No country achieved more success in the last Olympics than the United States, who led all countries at the 2016 Summer Games in both gold medals and total medals. Things aren’t expected to be as easy for the U.S. at the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Team USA has the third-best betting odds to end the Winter Olympics with more gold medals than any other country. The U.S. also ranks third in terms of chances to lead the way in overall medals.

When it comes to the favorites, there are two countries that stand out from the rest. Norway has the best odds to finish the Olympics with the most gold medals, though Germany isn’t far behind.

Russia had the most success of any country at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, leading the way with 33 total medals and 13 gold medals. Russia won’t compete this year after being banned by the International Olympic Committee because of the country’s doping scandal involving its athletes.

The U.S. was second in 2014 with 28 total medals and fourth with nine golds. Norway finished second with 11 gold medals and third with 26 total medals. Germany finished sixth with 19 total medals and tied for fifth with eight gold medals.

The best chance for the U.S. to earn gold medals will come in the alpine skiing events. Lindsey Vonn is favored to finish first in the downhill women’s competition, while Mikaela Shiffrin is favored to be the slalom women’s winner.

A few U.S. athletes have a chance to win gold medals in speed skating events. Heather Bergsma holds multiple female speed skating world records.

Lindsey Vonn Lindsey Vonn of USA takes 1st place during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Women's Downhill on Feb. 4, 2018 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Photo: Millo Moravski/Agence Zoom/Getty Images

Below are betting odds for the 2018 Winter Olympics, according to OddsShark.

Most Gold Medals

Norway +150

Germany +160

USA +500

Canada +700

Netherlands +1600

Republic of Korea +2800

France +3300

Austria +5000

Switzerland +5000

China +6600

Sweden +6600

Italy +15000

Japan +15000

Poland +20000

Finland +20000

Total Medal Count

Germany +175

Norway +175

USA +400

Canada +700

Netherlands +1600

France +4000

Austria +5000

Republic of Korea +5000

China +6600

Switzerland +8000

Sweden +10000

Japan +10000

Poland +10000

Total Number of USA Gold Medals

Over 10.5 -115

Under 10.5 -115