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Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics final medal count: USA ends in top four

Events in the 2014 Winter Olympics concluded on Sunday in Sochi, Russia with the Russian Federation finishing in first place both in the gold medal race and the total medals race and the United States finishing in fourth place in the gold medal race and second place in the total medals race.

The United States’ four-man bobsleigh team 1 won the bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014.
The United States’ four-man bobsleigh team 1 won the bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014.
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However, per capita Norway finished first in both the total medals race and the gold medal race.

The top five nations in the total medal race as of the close of 2014 Olympic competition were the Russian Federation with 33 medals, the United States with 28 medals, Norway with 26 medals, Canada with 25 medals and the Netherlands with 24 total medals. For a full accounting of total medals by country please see the list below.

The top six nations in the gold medal race were the Russian Federation (13), Norway (11), Canada (10), the United States (9), the Netherlands (8) and Germany (8). For a full accounting of medals by type for each country, please see the list below.

Medals were awarded on Sunday in the four-man bobsleigh (Russia), the men’s 50 km mass start free in cross-country skiing (Russia) and the gold medal game in men’s ice hockey (Canada). Gold medal-winning countries are listed in parenthesis.

The United States four-man bobsleigh team 1 (Christopher Fogt, Steven Holcomb, Steven Langton and Curtis Tomasevicz) won the bronze medal on Sunday.

Following is the final list of the medal standings as of the end of 2014 Olympic competition on Sunday, Feb. 23 with the breakdown by total medals then by type (gold, silver and bronze):

Country……………....Gold... Silver...Bronze......Total
Russian Federation…..13……..11…….9…………33
United States……….….9……....7……12……...…28
Norway …………….....11………5…….10………..26
Canada………………...10……..10…….5……......25
Netherlands…………....8…..…..7….…9…...……24
Germany………...….….8………6……..5….…….19
Austria……………….…4…...…..8….…5………..17
France……….…....……4………4……..7………..15
Sweden………………...2…….…6….…6……......14
Switzerland………....…6……….3….….2…..…....11
China………….....…….3……....4………2………..9
South Korea……......…3…..….3………2….….….8
Czech Republic………..2….…..4….….2….….…..8
Slovenia………..….......2….…...2….….4…………8
Japan……….....…..…..1………4……..3…..……..8
Italy ……………......…..0….…..2….….6…….……8
Belarus………......….…5……...0………1….……..6
Poland…………......…..4……...1….….1……...….6
Finland……………..…..1……….3….….1….….…5
Great Britain….....….....1………1…..…2…………4
Latvia…………………..0………2…..….2…….…..4
Australia……….…........0………2……..1….……..3
Ukraine…………...…...1…….…0……..1…………2
Slovakia…………….....1….…..0…..….0…..….….1
Croatia………………...0………1………0……...….1
Kazakhstan……………0……….0……..1…….…...1

Following is the final list of the medal standings as of the end of 2014 Olympic competition on Sunday, Feb. 23 with the breakdown by gold, then by silver and then by bronze:

Country……………....Gold... Silver...Bronze......Total
Russian Federation…..13……..11…….9…………33
Norway …………….....11………5…….10………..26
Canada………………...10……..10…….5……......25
United States……….….9……....7……12……...…28
Netherlands…………....8…..…..7….…9…...……24
Germany………...….….8………6……..5….…….19
Switzerland………....…6……….3….….2…..…....11
Belarus………......….…5……...0………1….……..6
Austria……………….…4…...…..8….…5………..17
France……….…....……4………4……..7………..15
Poland…………......…..4……...1….….1……...….6
China………….....…….3……....4………2………..9
South Korea……......…3…..….3………2….….….8
Sweden………………...2…….…6….…6……......14
Czech Republic………..2….…..4….….2….….…..8
Slovenia………..….......2….…...2….….4…………8
Japan……….....…..…..1………4……..3…..……..8
Finland……………..…..1……….3….….1….….…5
Great Britain….....….....1………1…..…2…………4
Ukraine…………...…...1…….…0……..1…………2
Slovakia…………….....1….…..0…..….0…..….….1
Italy ……………......…..0….…..2….….6…….……8
Latvia…………………..0………2…..….2…….…..4
Australia……….…........0………2……..1….……..3
Croatia………………...0………1………0……...….1
Kazakhstan……………0……….0……..1…….…...1

Per capita based upon the populations of each participating country provided by Worldometers.info, the top 10 winners of the total medals race were Norway (1st), Slovenia (2nd), Austria (3rd), Latvia (4th), Sweden (5th), the Netherlands (6th), Switzerland (7th), Finland (8th), the Czech Republic (9th) and Canada (10th).

Per capita the top 10 winners of the gold medal race were Norway (1st), Slovenia (2nd), Switzerland (3rd), Belarus (4th), the Netherlands (5th), Austria (6th), Canada (7th), Sweden (8th), the Czech Republic (9th) and Finland (10th).

The United States finished 21st in the per capita total medals race and 17th in the per capita gold medal race.

The following counties competed, but did not medal: Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cayman Islands, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hong Kong (competed independently from China), Hungary, Iceland, Independent Olympic Participant Shiva Keshavan, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Moldova, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Spain, Tajikistan, Thailand, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Virgin Islands (British), Virgin Islands ( U.S.) and Zimbabwe.

For the complete table of medal awards please view the official Sochi 2014 medal count or the NBC Olympic medal standings.

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

The 2014 Winter Paralympic Games open on Friday, March 7, 2014 in Sochi, Russia with events continuing through Sunday, March 16.