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

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Even though some of the big-time events officially began this past Thursday, the opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi didn't go down until Friday night. It was on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, that the first medal events took place and it meant that there was going to be someone out front in the 2014 Winter Olympic medal count standings.

UPDATE: Updated standings after second full day of medal events at 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi

After one complete day of medal events, Norway is actually out front with four medals in total including two gold, one silver, and one bronze. The Netherlands are in second with three as they've got one of each. Canada also came on to finish the day with three.

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

The United States has two medals so far with the first being gold won by Sage Kotsenberg in Slopestyle snowboarding.

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 Saturday, Feb. 8 2014:

  1. Norway: 2 G, 1 S, 1 B - Total = 4
  2. Netherlands: 1 G, 1 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  3. Canada: 1 G, 1 S, 1 B - Total = 3
  4. United States: 1 G, 1 B - Total = 2
  5. Sweden: 1 S - Total = 1
  6. Austria: 1 S - Total = 1
  7. Czech Republic: 1 B - Total = 1
  8. Russian Fed: Total = 0
  9. Latvia: Total = 0
  10. France: Total = 0
  11. Ukraine: Total = 0
  12. Korea: Total = 0
  13. Lithuania: Total = 0
  14. Philippines: Total = 0
  15. Kazakhstan: Total = 0
  16. Belarus: Total = 0
  17. Great Britain: Total = 0
  18. Switzerland: Total = 0
  19. Poland: Total = 0
  20. Japan: Total = 0
  21. Germany: Total = 0
  22. Armenia: Total = 0
  23. Slovakia: Total = 0
  24. Italy: Total = 0
  25. Bulgaria: Total = 0
  26. Mexico: Total = 0
  27. Azerbaijan: Total = 0
  28. Jamaica: Total = 0
  29. Brazil: Total = 0
  30. Australia: Total = 0
  31. Romania: Total = 0
  32. Israel: Total = 0
  33. Estonia: Total = 0
  34. Finland: 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. Slovenia: Total = 0
  41. China: 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

After three full days of Olympic competition, there have now been 15 given out in all to 7 different countries. The medal count stands as follows: 5 Gold, 5 Silver, and 5 Bronze.

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