Feb 13, 2014; Krasnaya Polyana, RUSSIA; A view of the Olympic rings as the sun sets at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at. Mandatory Credit: Guy Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Medal Count: Final standings

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The Sochi Olympics are coming to a close, as the fun and games are over and all of the medals have been handed out and won. After weeks of thrilling competition and years of training, Sochi will be nothing but a memory when the sun sets on Sunday.

With no more medals to be handed out, the medal count is now set in stone. All of the medals at the Sochi Olympics have been handed out and we can now start to look at who came out on top now that the dust is settling.

Here’s a look at the final Sochi Olympics medal count standings.

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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

In the end, it was a pretty disappointing trip for Team USA in that they walked away with a single digit gold medal count, but they managed to come in second for total medals won. Russia had a huge olympics, as they helped wash some of the bad taste surrounding the environment of the games out of their mouths by picking up 33 total medals and the most gold medals out of any of the competing countries.

Canada and Norway also stood out from the pack and overall it was a thrilling olympics for all who competed. The game are done now, the snow will melt and the courses will come down. But the medals have ben won and the memories attached to them will forever be cherished by those who won them and those who watched it all happen.

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