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Sochi 2014 Medal Count for Feb 9

By Marie Blake,

The Sochi 2014 Winter Games medal count for Feb. 9 still has Norway, the Netherlands, The US, and Canada at the top, with Russia joining in.

Norway still leads with a total of 7 medals. They added 3 Bronze medals to their total; one from Kjetil Jansrud in Alpine Skiing: Men's Downhill, another from Martin Johnsrud Sundby in Cross-Country: Men's Skiathlon 15 km Classic + 15 km Free Skiathlon, and one from Anders Bardal in Ski Jumping: Men's Normal Hill Individual.

The Netherlands now have 4 medals, earning another Gold from Irene Wust in Speed Skating: Ladies' 3000 meter.

The United States now have 4 medals, adding a Gold from Jamie Anderson in Snow Boarding: Ladies' Slopestyle, and a Bronze in the new Figure Skating Team.

Canada has a total of 4 medals, adding a Silver in Figure Skating Team.

Russia enters the ranks with a total of 4 medals. They earned a Gold in Figure Skating Team, two Silver medals, one from Olga Vilukhina in the Biathlon:Women 7.5 km Sprint, another from Albert Demchenko in Luge: Men's Singles, and a Bronze medal from Olga Graff in Speed Skating: Ladies' 3000 meter.

Austria has 2 medals, adding a Gold from Mattias Mayer in Alpine Skiing: Men's Downhill.

Germany entered the board earning a Gold from Felix Loch in Luge: Men's Singles.

Poland earned their first medal, a Gold from Kamil Stoch in Ski Jumping: Men's Normal Hill Individual.

Slovakia entered the board with a Gold from Anastasiya Kuzmina in the Biathlon: Women's 7.5 km Sprint.

Switzerland won a Gold from Dario Cologna in Cross-Country: Men's Skiathlon 15 km Classic + 15 km Free Skiathlon.

Sweden added a Silver medal from Marcus Hellner in Cross-Country: Men's Skiathlon 15 km Classic + 15 km Free Skiathlon, giving them a total of 2 medals.

The Czech Republic added a Silver medal from Martina Sablikova in Speed Skating: Ladies' 3000 meter, bumping their medal count up to 2.

Italy premiered with a Silver from Christof Innerhoffer in Alpine Skiing: Men's Downhill, and a Bronze from Armin Zoeggeler in Luge: Men's Singles.

Finland earned a Silver from Enni Rukajarvi in Snowboarding: Ladies' Slopestyle.

Slovenia also earned a Silver from Peter Preve in Ski Jumping: Men's Normal Hill Individual.

Great Britain entered the board, earning a Bronze from Jenny Jones in Snowboarding: Ladies' Slopestyle.

The Ukraine also entered the board by earning a Bronze from Vita Semerenko in the Biathlon: Women's 7.5 km Sprint.

Tomorrow the games continue, with curling and short track added to the list.

image: NBC

 

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