Sochi 2014 Medal Count for Feb. 12

By Marie Blake,

As another day draws to a close, many more countries have added medals to the board.

Here is the current medal count as of Feb. 12.

Germany now has 8 medals after earning a Bronze from Robin Szolkowy and Aliona Savchenko in Figure Skating: Pairs, a Gold from Tobias Arlt and Tobais Wendell in Luge: Doubles, and a Gold from Eric Frenzel in the Nordic Combined: Individual Gunderson NH/ 10 km.

Canada earned a Bronze from Denny Morrison in Speed Skating: Men's 1000 meters, increasing their medal count to 10.

Norway added another Bronze from Magnus Krog in Nordic Combined: Individual Gunderson NH/ 10 km, and now have 12 medals.

The Netherlands now have 10 medals after earning a Gold and Bronze from Stefan Groothuis and Michell Mulder, respectively, in Speed Skating: Men's 1000 meters.

The United States now have 9 medals after earning a Gold and Bronze from Kaitlyn Farrington and Kelly Clark, respectively, in Snowboarding: Ladies' Halfpipe.

Switzerland earned a Gold from Dominique Gisin and a Bronze from Lara Gut in Alpine Skiing: Women's Downhill, increasing their medal count to 4.

Russia now has 9 medals after earning Gold and Silver in Figure Skating: Pairs.

Austria now has 5 medals after earning a Silver from Andreas and Wolfgang Linger in Luge: Doubles.

Slovenia earned a Gold from Tina Maze in Alpine Skiing: Women's Downhill, increasing their medal count to 4.

Japan now has 3 medals after earning a Silver from Akito Watabe in Nordic Combined: Individual Gunderson NH/ 10 km.

Australia entered the board after earning a Silver from Torah Bright in Snowboarding: Ladies' Halfpipe.

Latvia also entered the board after earning a Bronze from Andris and Juris Sics in Luge: Doubles.

The games continue tomorrow with Cross Country, Freestyle Skiing, Speed Skating, and much more.

Image: NBC

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