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2014 Winter Olympic medal count standings after 13th full day of final events

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The 12th full day of medal events have ended for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, and the United States has moved ahead a little further in the overall medal standings. The Americans now lead with 25 total medals through Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, but they aren't too far ahead for a few countries to be able to catch up to them.

The Russian Federation has moved back up into the lone second spot with 23 total medals. The Netherlands now sits alone in the third spot with 22 overall medals.

Norway is leading the way in gold medals with 10 total, but they are in fourth place in the overall medal count with 21. Canada rounds out the top five with 20 overall medals as they have begin to pull away from the rest of the pack.

Germany is the closest to the five medal leaders, but they are still a way back with 16.

SEE: Olympic hockey bracket: The 2014 Winter Olympics hockey medal round brackets

Some of the highlights from the 13th day of the winter games:

  • Canada won gold in women's hockey in a 3-2 overtime thriller over the United States
  • American Maddie Bowman won gold in the women's half-pipe
  • France swept the medals in ski cross
  • Great Britain ended up with the bronze medal in women's curling
  • Russia's Adelina Sotnikova won gold in figure skating as the Americans were shut out of the medals

Once again, another day in which no new countries ended up taking a medal. It has now been over a week where 26 countries have won a medal without anyone new 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 Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014:

  1. United States: 8 G, 6 S, 11 B - Total = 25
  2. Russian Fed: 7 G, 9 S, 7 B - Total = 23
  3. Netherlands: 6 G, 7 S, 9 B - Total = 22
  4. Norway: 10 G, 4 S, 7 B - Total = 21
  5. Canada: 7 G, 9 S, 4 B - Total = 20
  6. Germany: 8 G, 4 S, 4 B - Total = 16
  7. France: 4 G, 4 S, 7 B - Total = 15
  8. Sweden: 2 G, 6 S, 4 B - Total = 12
  9. Switzerland: 6 G, 3 S, 2 B - Total = 11
  10. Austria: 2 G, 6 S, 2 B - Total = 10
  11. Czech Republic: 2 G, 4 S, 2 B - Total = 8
  12. Japan: 1 G, 4 S, 3 B - Total = 8
  13. Italy: 2 S, 6 B - Total = 8
  14. Slovenia: 2 G, 1 S, 4 B - Total = 7
  15. Belarus: 5 G, 1 B - Total = 6
  16. People's Republic of China: 3 G, 2 S, 1 B - Total = 6
  17. Korea: 2 G, 2 S, 1 B - Total = 5
  18. Poland: 2 G - Total = 4
  19. Finland: 1 G, 3 S - Total = 4
  20. Australia: 2 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  21. Latvia: 1 S, 2 B - Total = 3
  22. Great Britain: 1 G, 2 B - Total = 3
  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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