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2014 Winter Olympic medal count standings after 6th full day of final events

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The sixth day of medal events at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi has been completed, and the numbers are going up, but not for everyone. By now, it is evident that there are six countries pulling out front, and they are keeping the Winter Olympic medal count very close. The standings have been updated through all the medal events of Feb. 13, 2014, and the results are below.

Norway continues to stand out as they've upped their total to 13 medals, but others are closing in. The Netherlands sits in second with 12, but the United States has moved up to a tie for second place as they also have 12.

SEE: Top 12 awesome helmet designs from the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi

The Russian Federation has upped their total to 11 medals while Germany and Canada are tied with 10.

Here are just some of the highlights from the 6th full day of Winter Olympic medal events:

  • America took a 1-2-3 in the men’s slopestyle skiing, with Britain’s James Woods finishing fifth.
  • Lizzy Yarnold leads the women’s skeleton after two of the four runs.
  • The British men’s and women’s teams both won their curling group stages today.
  • However there was heartbreak for Elise Christie, who was disqualified in the final of the women’s 500m short track skating after finishing in silver medal position because the judges ruled that she had caused a three-girl crash.
  • Germany took gold in the luge relay.
  • France’s Martin Fourcade staked his claim to be one of the all-time great biathletes with gold in the men’s 20km biathlon.
  • Russia, Canada and the USA all won their opening men’s ice hockey matches.

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. 13 2014:

  1. Norway: 4 G, 3 S, 6 B - Total = 13
  2. United States: 4 G, 3 S, 5 B - Total = 12
  3. Netherlands: 4 G, 2 S, 6 B - Total = 12
  4. Russian Fed: 2 G, 5 S, 4 B - Total = 11
  5. Germany: 7 G, 2 S, 1 B - Total = 10
  6. Canada: 4 G, 4 S, 2 B - Total = 10
  7. Austria: 1 G, 4 S - Total = 5
  8. Sweden: 4 S, 1 B - Total = 5
  9. Slovenia: 1 G, 1 S, 2 B - Total = 4
  10. Switzerland: 3 G, 1 B - Total = 4
  11. France: 2 G, 2 B - Total = 4
  12. Czech Republic: 2 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  13. Japan: 2 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  14. People's Republic of China: 2 G, 1 S - Total = 3
  15. Italy: 2 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  16. Korea: 1 G, 1 B - Total = 2
  17. Poland: 2 G - Total = 2
  18. Latvia: 2 B - Total = 2
  19. Ukraine: 1 B - Total = 1
  20. Slovakia: 1 G - Total = 1
  21. Belarus: 1 G - Total = 1
  22. Finland: 1 S - Total = 1
  23. Australia: 1 S - Total = 1
  24. Great Britain: 1 B - Total = 1
  25. Bulgaria: Total = 0
  26. Mexico: Total = 0
  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. Kazakhstan: 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. Croatia: 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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