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2014 Winter Olympic medal count standings after 11th full day of final events

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Day 11 of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi is over, and there have been some more medals awarded for hard work and determination. The Netherlands has moved back up and is in a tie for first place with the United States in the overall medal standings through the events of Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014.

The Russian Federation has a total of 19 points and dropped behind the leaders, but not by a lot. Norway is in fourth place with 18 total medals and Canada rounds out the top five with 17 total medals.

Germany is still the only other country with a double-digit medal count as they have 15 overall. They also still lead in total gold medals with eight, but Norway is hot on their heels with seven golds.

Some of the highlights from the 11th day of the winter games:

  • Tina Maze of Slovenia won the women's giant slalom and took the gold. Anna Fenninger of Austria took the silver and Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany got the bronze.
  • Korea took the gold in the 3000-meter short track skating with Canada and Italy coming in behind them.
  • David Wise of the USA won the gold in freestyle skiing with Canada's Mike Riddle grabbing the silver.
  • Norway came in first and second in the Nordic combined skiing event. Germany took bronze.
  • In the men's snowboard cross, France's Pierre Vaultier took gold while Russia's Nikolay Olyunin took silver and American Alex Deibold took the bronze.

Once again, another day in which no new countries ended up taking a medal. It has been four days in a row where 26 countries have won a medal without anyone stepping onto the podium.

SEE: Full television schedule for all 18 nights of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi

Remember that Sochi is nine hours ahead of the Eastern time zone for the United States. That means the day's events are officially completed, but won't be shown until prime time television for America.

Below is a small legend showing the meaning of each letter in the medal count standings below and for each country. If a particular medal has not been won yet, it is left out.

  • Gold = G
  • Silver = S
  • Bronze = B

Medal Count through Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014:

  1. United States: 6 G, 6 S, 8 B - Total = 20
  2. Netherlands: 6 G, 4 S, 10 B - Total = 20
  3. Russian Fed: 5 G, 8 S, 6 B - Total = 19
  4. Norway: 7 G, 4 S, 7 B - Total = 18
  5. Canada: 4 G, 9 S, 4 B - Total = 17
  6. Germany: 8 G, 3 S, 4 B - Total = 15
  7. Sweden: 2 G, 5 S, 2 B - Total = 9
  8. Austria: 2 G, 6 S, 1 B - Total = 9
  9. France: 3 G, 1 S, 5 B - Total = 9
  10. Switzerland: 5 G, 2 S, 1 B - Total = 8
  11. People's Republic of China: 3 G, 2 S, 1 B - Total = 6
  12. Belarus: 5 G, 1 B - Total = 6
  13. Japan: 1 G, 3 S, 2 B - Total = 6
  14. Italy: 2 S, 4 B - Total = 6
  15. Slovenia: 2 G, 1 S, 3 B - Total = 6
  16. Czech Republic: 1 G, 3 S, 2 B - Total = 6
  17. Poland: 2 G - Total = 4
  18. Korea: 2 G, 1 S, 1 B - Total = 4
  19. Latvia: 1 S, 2 B - Total = 3
  20. Australia: 2 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  21. Great Britain: 1 G, 1 B - Total = 2
  22. Finland: 2 S - Total = 2
  23. Ukraine: 1 B - Total = 1
  24. Slovakia: 1 G - Total = 1
  25. Kazakhstan: 1 B - Total = 1
  26. Croatia: 1 S - Total = 1
  27. Azerbaijan: Total = 0
  28. Jamaica: Total = 0
  29. Brazil: Total = 0
  30. Philippines: Total = 0
  31. Romania: Total = 0
  32. Israel: Total = 0
  33. Estonia: Total = 0
  34. Lithuania: Total = 0
  35. Belgium: Total = 0
  36. Georgia: Total = 0
  37. Uzbekistan: Total = 0
  38. Rep. of Moldova: Total = 0
  39. Serbia: Total = 0
  40. Bulgaria: Total = 0
  41. Armenia: Total = 0
  42. Greece: Total = 0
  43. New Zealand: Total = 0
  44. Spain: Total = 0
  45. Turkey: Total = 0
  46. Hungary: Total = 0
  47. Ireland: Total = 0
  48. Mongolia: Total = 0
  49. Morocco: Total = 0
  50. Portugal: Total = 0
  51. Mexico: Total = 0
  52. Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Total = 0
  53. Argentina: Total = 0
  54. Bosnia / Herzegovina: Total = 0
  55. Tajikistan: Total = 0
  56. IR Iran: Total = 0
  57. Kyrgyzstan: Total = 0
  58. Pakistan: Total = 0
  59. Denmark: Total = 0
  60. Lebanon: Total = 0
  61. Chinese Taipei: Total = 0
  62. Cyprus: Total = 0
  63. Maltea: Total = 0
  64. Peru: Total = 0
  65. San Marino: Total = 0
  66. Albania: Total = 0
  67. Chile: Total = 0
  68. Thailand: Total = 0
  69. Zimbabwe: Total = 0
  70. Hong Kong, CHN: : Total = 0
  71. Iceland: Total = 0
  72. Independent Olympic Participant: : Total = 0
  73. Timor-Leste: Total = 0
  74. Venezuela: Total = 0
  75. Liechtenstein: Total = 0
  76. Monaco: Total = 0
  77. Paraguay: Total = 0
  78. Togo: Total = 0
  79. Cayman islands: Total = 0
  80. Dominica: Total = 0
  81. Montenegro: Total = 0
  82. Nepal: Total = 0
  83. Tonga: Total = 0
  84. Virgin Islands, B: Total = 0
  85. Virgin Islands, US: Total = 0
  86. Afghanistan: Total = 0
  87. Andorra: Total = 0
  88. Bermnuda: Total = 0
  89. Luxembourg: Total = 0

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