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2014 Sochi Olympics medal count: Team USA wins bronze early today
2014 Sochi Olympics medal count: Team USA wins bronze early today
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The Sochi 2014 Olympics has seen 11 days of competition and is into day 12, and the Olympic medal count is adding up as countries vie to be near the top of the pack when all is said and done. According to a Feb. 18 SB Nation report, Team USA added another bronze early today when Alex Deibold won bronze for Team USA in the snowboarding competition. You can watch Olympic events via live stream video or on live TV on NBC Sports Network or at night on NBC.

In the overall medal count, Team USA has 19 medals, which puts them in second place overall behind Russia, which also has 19 medals. Russia's 19 medals are broken down into five gold medals, eight silver medals, and six bronze medals. Teams USA has 19 overall medals broken down into five gold medals, four silver medals, and 10 bronze medals. In third place overall is the Netherlands with a total of 17 medals, which are as follows: five gold, five silver, and seven bronze.

Meanwhile, Germany dominates the gold medal race with a total of 8 gold medals. However, in the overall medal race, they have 14, which puts the German team well behind the Sochi 2014 overall medal leaders.

Today's 2014 Sochi Olympics schedule for NBC's tape delayed coverage from 3 to 5 p.m. EST Men's Speedskating 10,000 Gold Medal Final and the Men's Nordic Combined Individual K-125 Large Hill Gold Medal Final. From 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., you can tune into NBC affiliates throughout the U.S. to watch Women's Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom Gold Medal Final; Men's Freestyle Skiing Halfpipe Gold Medal Final; Women's Bobsled Competition; and Women's Short Track 3000 Relay Gold Medal Final.

There are plenty of exciting events today in the Sochi 2014 Olympics. If you do not want to wait, catch an Olympic live stream on the NBC Olympics website, or the events on live TV on NBC Sports Network.