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Medal count for Sochi 2014 Paralympics Day 2: USA wins two more

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Competition continued in the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia on Sunday and with Day 2 of events concluded Russia has jumped out to a huge lead against all other nations in both the gold medal race and the total medals race.

Meanwhile, the United States, though in a close race with other top countries other than Russia in total medals, has yet to win gold at this year’s Games.

The countries which lead the gold medal race after two days of medal round action are the Russian Federation with five gold medals; Ukraine, Japan, Austria, Slovakia, and Germany with two gold medals each; and France and Spain each with one gold medal.

The top five countries leading the total medal race as of the end of Sunday’s events are the Russian Federation (17); Ukraine (six); and Japan, the United States and Canada (five each).

Medals events on Sunday, with gold medal winning countries noted in parenthesis, were:
Alpine skiing:
Men’s super-G – visually impaired (Slovakia)
Men’s super-G – standing (Austria)
Men’s super-G – sitting (Japan)

Cross-country skiing:
Men’s 15 km – sitting (Russian Federation)
Women’s 12 km – sitting (Ukraine)

United States athletes Mark Bathum won the silver medal in alpine skiing men’s super G – visually impaired and Oksana Masters won the silver medal women’s 12 km – sitting in cross country skiing.

Following is a full list of the medal standings as of the end of competition on Day 2 of events with the breakdown by total medals then by type (gold, silver and bronze):

Country……………....Gold... Silver...Bronze......Total
Russian Federation……5………7…….5…………17
Ukraine………….....…...2……...1……..3…….……6
Japan……….....…...…..2…...…1……..2…...……..5
United States……….….0……....3…….2……....….5
Canada………………....0………2…….3……........5
Austria……………….…2…..…..1…..…0….………3
Slovakia………….….....2…..…..1…..…0…...….….3
Germany………...…..….2………0……..0…..….….2
France……….…....……1………0……..1….………2
Spain……….…....…..…1………0……..0….………1
Great Britain….....….....0………1…..…0…….……1
Belarus……….......….…0……...0…..…1…............1

Non-medal events were held in ice sledge hockey and wheelchair curling.

Medal round events scheduled for Monday, March 10 include competition in alpine skiing women’s super-G – visually impaired, alpine skiing women’s super-G – standing, alpine skiing women’s super-G – sitting, cross country skiing men’s 20 km classic – standing, cross country skiing men’s 20 km classic – visually impaired, cross country skiing women’s 15 km classic – standing and cross country skiing women’s 15 km classic – visually impaired.

For the complete and current table of Winter Paralympic medal awards as events conclude please view the official Sochi 2014 medal count or the NBC Olympic medal standings. The medal totals are updated throughout the night and morning, U.S. time.

For complete coverage and schedules of all of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Olympic events, please visit the official site for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games as well as the NBC 2014 Olympics Winter Games site.

The closing ceremony for the 2014 Paralympics will be held on Sunday, March 16, 2014.

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