|

Sochi 2014 Medal Count for Feb. 20

By Marie Blake,

Another day of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics draws to a close, and a few events have reached their end. Here is the current medal count after today's event results.

Norway is still in the lead with 21 medals. Today they earned a Gold in the Nordic Combined Team Gunderson.

The United States now has 25 medals. They earned a Gold from Maddie Bowman in Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' Halfpipe, and a Silver in Women's Hockey.

Germany earned a Silver in the Nordic Combined Team Gunderson, increasing their medal count to 16.

Russia now has 23 medals after earning a Gold from Adelina Sotnikove in Figure Skating today.

Canada now has 20 medals. They earned two Gold medals today; one in Womens Curling, and another in Women's Hockey.

Switzerland now has 11 medals. Today they earned a Bronze in Women's Hockey.

France had a big day, earning 4 medals, increasing their final count to 15. They earned a Silver from Marie Martinod in Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' Halfpipe, they earned a Gold, Silver, and Bronze from Jean Frederic Chapuis, Arnaud Bovolenta, and Jonothan Midol respectively in Freestyle Skiing: Men's Ski Cross.

Sweden earned a Silver in Women's Curling, bringing their medal count to 12.

Austria now has 10 medals after earning a Bronze in the Nordic Combined Team Gunderson.

Korea now has 5 medals. They earned a Silver from Yuna Kim in Ladies' Figure Skating.

Japan now has 8 medals. Today they earned a Bronze from Ayana Onozuka in Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' Ski Halfpipe.

Great Britain earned a Bronze in Women's Curling, increasing their medal count to 3.

Italy now has 8 medals after earning a Bronze from Carolina Kostner in Ladies' Figure Skating.

Tomorrow, the victory ceremonies continue, as well as Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Hockey, and Speed Skating. Curling, Freestyle Skiing, and Short Track come to a close.

Image: NBC

 
 

Join Our Newsletter

Popular Threads