According to the Sochi 2014 website, the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi came to an official close on Sunday, with team Canada finishing in third place in total Olympic gold medals won with 10 and fourth in Olympic medals overall with 25.
Canada's ten gold medals came in curling, freestyle skiing, hockey, short track speed skating, and bobsled.
Kaillie Humphries of Calgary and Heather Moyse defended their gold medal from the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in bobsled, so did Alexandre Bilodeau of Montreal in men's moguls, and the Canadian men's and women's hockey teams.
In curling, Brad Jacobs of Sault. Ste. Marie, Ontario and Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg, Manitoba each skipped their respective teams to Olympic gold. Canada has now won the last three gold medals in men's curling, while it was Canada's first gold medal in women's curling since the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano.
In short track speed skating, Charles Hamelin of Levis, Quebec won the gold medal in the men's 1500m. It was the third gold medal of his career after winning the men's 500m and being part of the men's 5000m relay team that won gold at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
Canada's other three gold medals came in freestyle skiing as Marielle Thompson of Vancouver placed first in women's ski cross, as did Justine Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal in women's moguls and Dara Howell of Huntsville, Ontario in women's slopestyle skiing.
Canada had three multi-medalists. Patrick Chan of Ottawa, Ontario won a silver medal in the figure skating team event and men's figure skating. Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of London, Ontario also won two silver medals in the team event and figure skating's ice dance. While Denny Morrison of Chetwynd, British Columbia won a silver medal in the men's 1000m and a bronze medal in the men's 1500m long track speed skating.
Other Canadian silver medalists were Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal in women's moguls, Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna, British Columbia in women's ski cross, Dominique Maltais of Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, Quebec in women's snowboard cross, Mike Riddle of Edmonton in men's halfpipe skiing, Mikael Kingsbury of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec in men's moguls and the women's short track speed skating relay team, who were upgraded from bronze to silver after the Chinese were disqualified.
Finally, the other Canadian bronze medalists were Jan Hudec of Calgary, Alberta in the men's super giant slalom alpine skiing event, Charle Cournoyer of Boucherville, Quebec in the men's 500m short track speed skating event, Mark McMorris of Regina, Saskatchewan in the men's slopestyle snowboarding, and Kim Lamarre of Quebec City, Quebec in women's slopestyle skiing.