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2014 Winter Olympics medal count in photos: Team USA has 13 on Valentine’s Day

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The 2014 Winter Olympics medal count for February 14, is impressive. It's almost midway through the competition and many more sporting events are to come at the Sochi Olympics, but the fans have seen Team USA pick up some serious hardware. According to SB Nation on Friday, United States has tied Norway for the top position on the medal count list. Currently American athletes have won 13 medals in Sochi. Team USA has four gold, three silver and six bronze medals at the end of the competitions on Valentine's Day.

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It appears that Friday's competitions brought some speed to the athletes and the hardware got a little bit easier to acquire. American Noelle Pikus-Pace's silver medal in the skeleton earned the U.S. its 13th medal in Sochi. Before the weekend began with new events, the Americans tied Norway for the most medals among all participating countries.

While the focus might be how many medals Team USA wins overall, the fans are cheering on each and every athlete during the competition. Whether it is first place or last, the opportunity to represent the United States is impressive to everyone watching back home.

Take a look at the photo slideshow of the medal count for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. See who has won for America! And take a look at the moment in history. Obviously those smiles are for the monumental achievement accomplished. The athletes have faced so much training and dedication to their sport that now they can sit back and enjoy the moment. Go Team USA!



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