2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Medal Count: Day 16 standings


Sunday is the final day of the Sochi Olympics as the games are coming to an end with some big medal events in the morning and afternoon and the closing ceremonies at night. It’s the end of all the fun as things will be wrapping up and Sochi will be just a memory by the time the sun sets on Sunday.

There are still some gold medals up for grabs though in popular events like ice hockey and bobsledding, so there’s still reason to tune in and catch the action to the very end. Here’s a look at the medal counts as we enter the dial day of the Sochi Olympics:

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Rank
Country
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1Russia1311933
2United States971228
3Norway1151026
4Canada1010525
5Netherlands87924
6Germany86519
8Austria48517
7France44715
9Sweden27615
10Switzerland63211
11China3429
12Czech Republic2428
13Slovenia2248
14Japan1438
15Italy0268
16South Korea3227
17Belarus5016
18Poland4116
19Finland1315
20Great Britain1124
22Latvia0224
21 Australia0213
23Ukraine1012
24Slovakia1001
25Croatia0101
26Kazakhstan0011

Here is the full schedule for today’s events:

NBC

7:00am ET — Men’s Ice Hockey, gold medal game: Canada vs. Sweden (LIVE)

2:00pm ET — Men’s 50km Free Final (Replay, originally takes place at 2:00am ET)

 

NBCSN

4:30am ET — Men’s Bobsleigh Final (LIVE)

5:00pm ET — Men’s Ice Hockey Final: Canada vs. Sweden (Replay, original event takes place at 7:00am ET)

 

Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com throughout the Sochi Olympics, for the latest news, results and updates for the Winter Games.

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  • Soul

    So let’s say…a 50 overall medal count (say they are all bronze) would rank higher to you than another country with an overall 49 medal count (say all gold). Only Obama or Bob Costas could be the genius to think of such a count…

  • Allison

    Uh, google olympic medal count and the Sochi official website will say we Canadians are third, as we have more gold. The way the Americans do it is different FROM THE REST OF THE ENTIRE WORLD. How incredibly full of yourselves. The entire rest of the world considers first THE MOST IMPORTANT. You guys are exactly what the world thinks you are. Cocky and waaaaay too into yourselves. Canada beat you. You guys have a lot of bronze. That means nothing. Admit defeat and stop looking like a bunch of whiney children. If you were winning with more golds, you’d go by that ranking system. Whatever makes you look good, right??

  • ju

    LOL! Americans. You’re not second.

  • Steph Durant

    Here … I’ll settle the debate for you all, and you can all sleep well tonight.

    Canada sent 220 athletes to the Games. 29% (63) of them are coming home with Gold medals around their necks, a total of 39% (86) of those 220 athletes are coming home with some sort of medal (Gold, Silver or Bronze). Ergo, 39% of Canada’s athletes are pretty darned happy; 29% of them them are over the moon ecstatic.

    No other country is even close on the athlete count.

    There. Done. G’night. Sleep tight.