Sochi 2014 Medal Count for Feb. 17

By Marie Blake,

Another day of th Sochi 2014 Winter games has passed. Here are the current medal standings after Feb. 17.

Germany takes the lead with 13 medals. Today they earned a Gold in Ski Jumping: Men's Team.

Russia now has 18 medals after earning a Gold from Alexey Voevoda and Alexander Zubkov in Two Men Bobsleigh, and a Bronze from Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov in Figure Skating: Ice Dance.

The United States increased their count to 18 medals. Today they earned a Bronze from Steven Holcomb and Steven Langton in Two Men Bobsleigh, and a Gold from Meryl Davis and Charlie White in Figure Skating Team, the first to win Gold in this event for the United States.

Norway now has 15 medals. Today they earned a Bronze from Tiril Eckhoff in the Biathlon: Women 12.5 km Mass Start.

Switzerland increased their medal count to 8 after winning a Silver from Alex Baumann and Beat Hefti in Two Men Bobsleigh.

Belarus earned two medals today, increasing their count to 6. They earned a Gold from Darya Domracheva in the Biathlon: Women 12.5 km Mass Start, and a Gold from Anton Kushnir in Freestyle Skiing: Men's Aerials.

Canada now has 15 medals. They earned a Silver from Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue in Figure Skating: Ice Dance.

China now has 6 medals after earning a Bronze from Zongyang Jia in Freestyle Skiing: Men's Aerials.

Austria earned a Silver medal in the Men's Team Ski Jumping, increasing their count to 8.

Japan now has 6 medals after earning a Bronze in Men's Team Ski Jumping.

The Czech Republic now has 5 medals after earning a Silver from Gabriela Soukalova in the Biathlon: Women 12.5 km Mass Start.

Australia now has 3 medals. They earned a Silver from David Morris in Freestyle Skiing: Men's Aerials.

The games continue tomorrow with Alpine Skiing, Bobsleigh, Curling, Speed Skating, and much more.

Image: NBC

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