Medal Count Winter Olympics: Canada In Second Place

Medal Count Winter Olympics:  Canada In Second Place

Medal Count Winter Olympics: Canada In Second Place

Sochi Winter Olympics Medal Count

After Sunday’s Sochi Winter Olympic games, Norway is in first place. They have two gold, one silver and four bronze medals in total. Canada is now in second place with two gold, two silver and one bronze medal. The USA team takes third place with two gold and two bronze medals, and is tied with the Netherlands who have two gold, one bronze and one silver medal.

USA team’s Jamie Anderson picked up a gold medal in the Ladies Slopestyle Snowboarding event, where she scored 95.25 making the USA 2 for 2 in that event. Austria also won a gold medal for the Men’s Down Hills Skiing event. Slovakia’s Anastasiya Kuzmina took home a gold medal for the Women’s 7.5 Biathalon Sprint. Switzerland’s Dario Cologna won a gold medal for the Men’s Skiathalon.

Sarka Pancochova caused a scare after she lost control in the women’s snowboarding event and hit her head. For over a minute she was motionless, however she was able to recover and stand up. Afterward, she showed off the crack in her helmet that was a wide as a pencil.

The Russians took the gold in team figure skating, making this their fourth medal thus far. Germany’s Felix Loch won the gold medal in the Men’s Single Luge.

 

The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
Medal standings
Country
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
Canada
2
2
1
5
2
Norway
2
1
4
7
3
Netherlands
2
1
1
4
4
United States
2
0
3
5
5
Germany
2
0
0
2
6
Russia
1
2
2
5
7
Austria
1
2
0
3


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