At the close of competition on day 13, the 2014 Winter Olympics medal standings show the United States leading the pack with a grand total of 25 podium finishes, according to information posted to the Games' website on Feb. 20.
Team USA added two medals to their 2014 Olympic haul on day 13, including a gold for freeskier Maddie Bowman in the ladies' ski halfpipe event, and a silver for the women's hockey team, who lost in heartbreaking fashion to Canada.
Host nation Russia sits in second place with 23 total medals, including a controversial gold awarded to figure skater Adelina Sotnikova at the close of the ladies' competition on Feb. 20. The Netherlands follows in the three spot with 22 medals, while Norway, who leads the gold medal count with 10, is ranked fourth overall with 21 top three placements.
Canada rests alone in fifth place with 20 medals, while Germany is sixth with 16. France, who added an impressive four medals to their count on Feb. 20 by sweeping the men's ski cross competition and scoring a silver in ladies' ski halfpipe, is in seventh place with 15.
Sweden's 12 medals rank them eighth, Switzerland is ninth with 11, and Austria rounds out the top 10 nations with 10 podium finishes.
Three countries, including the Czech Republic, Japan, and Italy, are tied for 11th place with eight medals, while Slovenia is alone in 14th place with seven. Belarus and China are knotted for 15th place with six medals apiece, and Korea is ranked 17th with five.
Eighteenth place belongs to Poland and Finland who have each captured four medals in Sochi, while three other nations --Great Britain, Australia, and Latvia-- are tied for 20th place with three medals each.
Four nations round out the bottom of the medal count leader board with one medal apiece. Included are Slovakia, Croatia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.
Athletic competition at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia continues Feb. 21 with seven medal round finals.