Sochi 2014 Medal Count for Feb. 21

By Marie Blake,

The Sochi 2014 Winter Games are coming to a close. After another exciting day of events, here is the current medal count after the events on Feb. 21.

Norway now has 22 medals. They earned a Bronze in the Biathlon: Women's 4x6 km Relay.

Russia now has 26 medals. Today they earned a Silver in the Biathlon: Women's 4x6 km Relay, a Gold from Victor An in Short Track: Men's 500 m, and a Gold in the Short Track: Men's 5000 m Relay.

Canada now has 24 medals. Today they earned a Gold in Men's Curling, a Gold and a Silver from Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa respectively in Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' Ski Cross, and a Bronze from Charle Cournoyer in Short Track: Men's 500 m.

The United States now has 27 medals. They earned a Gold from Mikaela Shiffrin in Alpine Skiing: Women's Slalom, and a Silver in Short Track: Men's 5000 m Relay.

China now has 9 medals. They earned a Silver from Kexin Fan in Short Track: Ladies' 1000 m, and a Bronze in Short Track: Men's 5000 m Relay.

Korea now has 7 medals. Today they earned a Bronze from Suk Hee Shim in Short Track: Ladies' 1000 m.

Austria now has 12 medals. Today they earned a Silver and a Bronze from Marlies Schild and Kathrin Zettel respectively in Alpine Skiing: Women's Slalom.

Sweden now has 14 medals. They earned a Bronze from Anna Holmlund in Freestyle Skiing: Ladies' Ski Cross, and a Bronze in Men's Curling.

Great Britain now has 4 medals. They earned a Silver in Men's Curling.

The Ukraine now has 2 medals. Today they earned a Gold in the Biathlon: Women's 4x6 km Relay.

Tomorrow, Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Snowboarding, and Speed Skating come to a close. More Victory Ceremonies will be held, and Bobsleigh, Hockey, and Cross-Country will continue.

Image: NBC

 
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