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2014 Olympics: US and Russia are now leading with a total of 18 medals each, followed by Holland with 17 medals

Posted on | February 17, 2014 | 5 Comments

Medal Tracker – Overall

TOP 3 COUNTRIES

  • TOTALS
  • GOLD
  • SILVER
  • BRONZE
  • Jewish ice dancer, partner take Sochi gold

    Charlie White and Meryl Davis become first Americans to win the Olympic ice dance title.

    By | Feb. 17, 2014 | 11:05 PM
    Meryl Davis and Charlie White

    Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the U.S. compete during the figure skating ice dance free dance program at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, February 17, 2014. Photo by Reuters

    Jewish American Charlie White and partner Meryl Davis skated into the history books at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Monday when they won the ice dance gold for the U.S., but thick fog in the mountains forced organizers to postpone two events and warn of more delays to come.

    Davis and White became the first Americans to win the Olympic ice dance title with a spellbinding performance to the music of Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade.”

    “We’re so excited we’re kind of in shock a little. I’m not sure what we’re feeling,” a beaming Davis told reporters after improving on their silver medal finish from four years ago.

    White added: “To come away with a gold medal is amazing … And 17 years of hard work was justified.”

    PS Another Jewish ice skater, 15 year old  Yulia Lipnitski,  is currently leading women’s competition. Her long program is “Shindler’s List” rendition and it was choreographed by the Ice Dancing Olympic champion Ilya Averbuch.

TOTAL MEDALS BY COUNTRY Gold Silver Bronze Totals
Russia 5 7 6 18
United States 5 4 9 18
Netherlands 5 5 7 17
Norway 5 3 7 15
Canada 4 7 4 15
Germany 8 3 2 13
Sweden 2 5 2 9
Switzerland 5 2 1 8
Austria 2 5 1 8

 

Comments

5 Responses to “2014 Olympics: US and Russia are now leading with a total of 18 medals each, followed by Holland with 17 medals”

  1. Veritas
    February 17th, 2014 @ 5:14 pm

    Such proud moments for the USA!

    Meanwhile, on this side of the pond, Upstaters in NYS are itching to create their own state and leave the Metropolitan area with Comrade De Blasio to its own devices:

    Drudge (from the Washington Times)

    Secession movement in New York pushes for Big Apple to split from Upstate

    BTW: there is proposed legislation in the NYS Assembly to do just that:

    BILL A 391

    SUMMARY:
    HAWLEY, GIGLIO, PALMESANO, CROUCH, WALTER, DIPIETRO, CORWIN; M-S: Ceretto,
    Kolb, McDonough, McLaughlin, Raia

    Provides for a referendum on the question “Do you support the division of New York into two separate states?

  2. Rod Riddle
    February 17th, 2014 @ 6:00 pm

    I can remember back when our Winter Olympic teams were hard pressed to win any medals. Our Winter Olympic Committees have done a superb job with our winter athletes. Vancouver was an anomaly and they set the bar awfully high four years ago. Historically our teams don’t fare as well over in Europe but even despite some disappointments they’re right up there. Team USA has made their country proud.

  3. Lea
    February 17th, 2014 @ 6:29 pm

    YAY!! USA USA USA 😀

  4. truly
    February 17th, 2014 @ 8:09 pm

    It’s not so amazing that the two largest, most populated countries have many wins.
    What is amazing is that one of the smallest, last populated countries have almost as many!

    Either way, it’s wonderful to see such positive and energetic and healthy people all wanting to show their very best!!!

  5. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    February 17th, 2014 @ 9:28 pm

    Holland and Norway are northern countries with a long tradition of winter sports. Their successes are not surprising

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