After two weeks of competition in Sochi, Russia, the 2014 Winter Olympics have come to an end. With all of the events now in the books, we can look back at the games and see which nations came away as the big winners in the overall medal count.
It was none other than host nation Russia that topped the final medal count, thanks to 33 overall medals (13 gold, 11 silver, 9 bronze) despite failing to earn their most coveted medal in the men’s hockey tournament.
Viktor Ahn, formerly of South Korea, led the charge for Russia with three gold medals on the short track.
The United States came in second in the standings, with 28 total medals (9 gold, 7 silver, 12 bronze). 18-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin, who became the youngest slalom competitor to ever bring home gold in an Olympic slalom event, won the final gold for the U.S.
How did all of the nations stack up?
Here is the complete medal count from the 2014 Sochi Games: