[Updated] Final 2014 Sochi Olympics Medal Count
[Updated] Final 2014 Sochi Olympics Medal Count
Esther Gim
Esther Gim
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
The gold medal in the Sochi Olympics is actually one of the biggest in the history of the games.

According to Forbes, this year's gold medal clocks in at 531 grams, has a thickness of 10 mm and a diameter of 100 mm. Only the 2006 gold medal at the Turin Games is a bit bigger. Including the Paralympic Games, approximately 1,300 medals were handed out in Sochi. 

Check out the final results below. The Closing Ceremony airs at 8:30pm on NBC.

Overall Medal Count

1. Russian Federation
Gold: 13 Silver: 11 Bronze: 9
Total: 33

2. Norway
Gold: 11 Silver: 5 Bronze: 10
Total: 26

3. Canada
Gold: 10 Silver: 10 Bronze: 5
Total: 25

4. United States
Gold: 9 Silver: 7 Bronze: 12
Total: 28

5. Netherlands
Gold: 8 Silver: 7 Bronze: 9
Total: 24

6. Germany
Gold: 8 Silver: 6 Bronze: 5
Total: 19

7. Switzerland
Gold: 6 Silver: 3 Bronze: 2
Total: 11

8. Belarus
Gold: 5 Silver: 0 Bronze: 1
Total: 6

9. Austria
Gold: 4 Silver: 8 Bronze: 5
Total: 17

10. France
Gold: 4 Silver: 4 Bronze: 7
Total: 15

Ice Hockey, Men

Canada came up with the gold once again. not allowing a goal in the their two final games against the Americans (1-0) and Swedes (3-0).

Gold: Canada
Silver: Sweden
Bronze: Finland

Bobsleigh, Four-man

Alexander Zubkov became the first pilot to win both the two-man and four-man bobsleigh events on home ice in the Winter Games. With the bronze, American Steven Holcomb tied for the most medals by any U.S. bobsledder, and the Americans captured seven medals in this sport.

Gold: Russian Federation
Silver: Latvia
Bronze: United States


Cross-Country, Ladies' 30km Mass Start Free

Marit Bjoergen became the most decorated female Winter Olympian in history after she led her teammates to a clean sweep of the podium. She made it a three-peat gold medal in Sochi and her collection of gold stands at 10.

Gold: Marit Bjoergen (Norway)
Silver: Therese Johaug (Norway)
Bronze: Kirstin Stoermer Steira (Norway)

Snowboard, Men's Parallel Slalom

Vic Wild made an exciting and stunning comeback to ensure the Russians' sweep in the men's and women's event. Wild is an American-born citizen but changed allegiances after marrying a Russian snowboarder.

Gold: Vic Wild (Russian Federation)
Silver: Zan Kosir (Slovenia)
Bronze: Benjamin Karl (Austria)

Speedskating, Men's Team Pursuit

The Netherlands displayed their speedskating dominance by winning the gold in both the women's and men's event. The men's team set a new Olympic record, and the country now has 23 medals in team pursuit.

Gold: Netherlands
Silver: Korea
Bronze: Poland


Alpine Skiing, Women's Slalom

Mikaela Shiffrin persevered through a near fall to win the gold. The 18-year-old became the youngest skier, man or woman, to win an Olympic slalom and first American woman to win the event since 1972. 

Gold: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA)
Silver: Marlies Schild (Austria)
Bronze: Kathrin Zettel (Austria)

Short Track, Men's 5000m Relay

Russia's gold-medal winning time of 6:42.10 set an Olympic record, and the Americans earned silver.

Gold: Russian Federation
Silver: USA
Bronze: China


Ice Hockey, Women

The Americans were just under 4 minutes away from winning the gold medal, but the Canadians charged back to tie the game to force the game in overtime. The winning goal was scored by Marie-Philip Poulin on a power play, and Canada stunningly won their fourth straight gold in this competition.

Gold: Canada
Silver: USA
Bronze: Switzerland

Figure Skating, Ladies

No one gave Adelina Sotnikova a chance, which is why her gold-medal performance is that much more amazing, grabbing it from defending champ Yuna Kim, who settled for the silver. The Americans were shut out of the podium in the individual event, which means the men and women have both failed to medal for the fist time since 1936.

Gold: Adelina Sotnikova (Russian Federation)
Silver: Yuna Kim (Korea)
Bronze: Carolina Kostner (Italy)

Freestyle Skiing, Ladies' Ski Halfpipe

Maddie Bowman's gold medal means that the Americans swept the top spot in this debut event.

Gold: Maddie Bowman (USA)
Silver: Marie Martinod (France)
Bronze: Ayana Onozuka (Japan)

Curling, Women

In winning the gold, the Canadian women ensured the Swedes would not get a three-peat this year. 

Gold: Canada
Silver: Sweden
Bronze: Great Britain

Freestyle Skiing, Men's Ski Cross

France swept the podium in this event. Switzerland's Michael Schmidt, the defending champion, did not compete after injuring his knee in training on Saturday.

Gold: Jean Frederic Chapuis (France)
Silver: Arnaud Bovolenta
Bronze: Jonathan Midol (France)


Bobsleigh, Women's

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse came from behind in the final two heats to emerge as the gold medalists, ensuring the Canadians their second straight gold medal in this competition. The Americans finishing with the silver and bronze was the first time two American bobsled teams earned a medal. 

Gold: Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse (Canada)
Silver: Elana Meyers and Lauryn Williams (USA)
Bronze: Aja Evans and Jamie Greubel (USA)

Cross-Country, Ladies' Team Sprint Classic

Norway's Marit Bjoergen just keeps adding to her collection of medals. This competition led to her fourth gold medal in the Olympics and she's eyeing to be the most decorated Olympian.

Gold: Marit Bjoergen and Ingvlid Flugstad Oestberg (Norway)
Silver: Kerttu Niskanen and Aino-Kaisa Saarinen (Finland)
Bronze: Ida Ingemarsdotter and Stina Nilsson (Sweden)

Alpine Skiing, Men's Giant Slalom

Ted Ligety not only dominated in his gold medal performance but he became the first American man to be a two-time gold medalist in Alpine skiing.

Gold: Ted Ligety (USA)
Silver: Steve Missillier (France)
Bronze: Alexis Pinturault (France)

Speedskating, Ladies' 5000m

Martina Sablikova successfully defended the gold medal in this event and set a track record at Adler Arena in the process. Silver medalist Ireen Wust earned her fourth medal of the Sochi Olympics.

Gold: Martina Sablikova (Czech Republic)
Silver: Ireen Wust (Netherlands)
Bronze: Carien Kleibeuker (Netherlands)


Freestyle Skiing, Men's Ski Halfpipe

Despite a fall, David Wise won the first ever gold medal in this event.

Gold: David Wise (USA)
Silver: Mike Riddle (Canada)
Bronze: Kevin Rolland (France)

Snowboard, Men's Snowboard Cross

Pierre Vaultier emerged from thickening fog in the course to capture the gold medal, a day after the scheduled competition because of fog. Alex Deibold fought in the end to come from behind for the bronze medal for the Americans.

Gold: Pierre Vaultier (France)
Silver: Nikolay Olyunin (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Alex Deibold (USA)

Nordic Combined, Individual Gundersen LH/10km

Under steady rain, Norway got its first one-two finish in a Nordic combined event (and event that started in Norway) for the first time since 1936 with Joergen Graabak taking gold and Magnus Hovdal Moan taking the silver.

Gold: Joergen Graabak (Norway)
Silver: Magnus Hovdal Moan (Norway)
Bronze: Fabian Riessle (Germany)


Figure Skating, Ice Dance

It wasn't just the fact that Meryl Davis and Charlie White gave the Americans their first ever gold medal in ice dance. It's not the fact that they won over Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada. It's that they defeated their longtime rivals and training partners handily, with 4.5 more points. It was a sight of switched fates, as the Canadian duo won gold four years ago in their home country while Davis and White were the ones who got the silver.

Gold: Meryl Davis and Charlie White (USA)
Silver: Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue (Canada)
Bronze: Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov (Russian Federation)

Freestyle Skiing, Men's Aerials

Belarus has displayed its dominance in this event once again after Anton Kushnir's gold-medal performance. At the 2010 Olympic Games, Alexei Grishin gave Belarus the gold. This year, however, he didn't advance past qualifying.

Gold: Anton Kushnir (Belarus)
Silver: David Morris (Australia)
Bronze: Zongyang Jia (China)

Bobsleigh, Two-man

Alexander Zubkov drove the Russian team to the gold medal, while the Americans claimed the bronze.

Gold: Alexey Voevoda and Alexander Zubkov (Russian Federation)
Silver: Alex Baumann and Beat Hefti (Switzerland)
Bronze: Steven Holcomb and Steven Langton (USA)


Alpine Skiing, Men's Super-G

Make that four for Kjetil Jansrud. That's how many gold medals he's won in a row in this event. Two Americans also made it to the podium, with Bode Miller tying for bronze.

Gold: Kjetil Jansrud (Norway)
Silver: Andrew Weibrecht (USA)
Bronze: Jan Hudec (Canada)
Bronze: Bode Miller (USA)

Speedskating, Ladies 1500m

The Dutch swept the podium in this event, and Jorien Ter Mors beat frontrunner Ireen Wust for the gold.

Gold: Jorien Ter Mors
Silver: Ireen Wust
Bronze: Lotte Van Beek


Skeleton, Men

Alexander Tretiakov set a course record in his dominating victory, while American Matthew Antoine earned the bronze medal.

Gold: Alexander Tretiakov (Russian Federation)
Silver: Martins Dukurs (Latvia)
Bronze: Matthew Antoine (USA)

Short Track, Men's 1000m

Korean-born Victor An changed citizenship and won the gold medal for Russia. In 2011, he became a Russian citizen after conflict with the Korean federation.

Gold: Victor An (Russian Federation)
Silver: Vladimir Grigorev (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Sjinkie Knegt (Netherlands)

Ski Jumpling, Men's Large Hill Individual

Poland's Kamil Stoch's gold medal in this event means he has swept the normal and large hills in this Olympics, becoming the third Olympian to win the individual events at the same Winter Olympics.

Gold: Kamil Stoch (Poland)
Silver: Noriaki Kasai (Japan)
Bronze: Peter Prevc (Slovenia)

Short Track, Ladies' 1500m

Despite a false start, Yang Zhou won her second straight gold medal in this event.

Gold: Yang Zhou (China)
Silver: Suk Hee Shim (Korea)
Bronze: Arianna Fontana (Italy)

Speedskating, Men's 1500m

Zbigniew Brodka made his first international title count, winning the gold medal. USA's Shani Davis did not make the medal cut, and he's 0-for-3 in these Olympics.

Gold: Zbigniew Brodka (Poland)
Silver: Koen Verweij (Netherlands)
Bronze: Denny Morrison (Canada)


Skeleton, Women

Elizabeth Yarnold made Britain's first gold medal of the Sochi Olympics a memorable one as she powered to the finish with a commanding lead.

Gold: Elizabeth Yarnold (Great Britain)
Silver: Noelle Pikus-Pace (USA)
Bronze: Elena Nikitina (Russian Federation)

Figure Skating, Men

Despite two falls early, Yuzuru Hanyu held on his lead even after three-time world champion Patrick Chan skated right after him, and it led to Japan's first Olympic gold medalist in men's figure skating.

Gold: Yuzuru Hanyu (Japan)
Silver: Patrick Chan (Canada)
Bronze: Denis Ten (Kazakhstan)

Cross-Country, Men's 15km Classic

Dario Cologna has been rewarded after missing time in November with a torn ankle ligament by collecting his second gold medal in the Sochi Olympics -- and he did it in dominating fashion.

Gold: Dario Cologna (Switzerland)
Silver: Johan Olsson (Sweden)
Bronze: Daniel Richardsson (Sweden)


Speedskating, Ladies' 1000m

Hong Zhang beat the odds and surprisingly won China's first Olympic gold in this competition.

Gold: Hong Zhang (China)
Silver: Ireen Wust (Netherlands)
Bronze: Margot Boer (Netherlands)

Freestyle Skiing, Men's Ski Slopestyle

Joss Christensen emerged from his teammates' shadows after being the discretionary pick for the U.S. and recorded three of the top four scores of the competition as the Americans went on to sweep the podium.

Gold: Joss Christensen (USA)
Silver: Gus Kenworthy (USA)
Bronze: Nicholas Goepper (USA)

Short Track, Ladies' 500m

Jianrou Li pulled through from a wild start as the other skaters crashed and coasted to the gold medal nearly 6 seconds faster than the silver medalist. 

Gold: Jianrou Li (China)
Silver: Arianna Fontana (Italy)
Bronze: Seung-Hi Park (Korea)


Figure Skating, Pairs

Another pairs figure skating -- another gold (and also silver). The host country captured its 13th gold medal in the free skate in the last 14 Olympics. The 2002 Vancouver Olympics is the only one where Russia did not medal at all in this competition.

Gold: Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov (Russian Federation)
Silver: Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Robin Szolkowy and Aliona Savchenko (Germany)

Snowboard, Ladies' Halfpipe

Thanks to Kaitlyn Farrington, the Americans' three gold medals in the Sochi Olympics thus far have all been from snowboarding.

Gold: Kaitlyn Farrington (USA)
Silver: Torah Bright (Australia)
Bronze: Kelly Clark (USA)

Alpine Skiing, Women's Downhill

The first-ever tie for the gold medal in alpine skiing means Tina Maze and Dominique Gisin are both the best in the world. The bronze medalist was just 0.10 of a second behind the two champions.

Gold: Tina Maze  (Slovenia)
Gold: Dominique Gisin (Switzerland)
Bronze: Lara Gut (Switzerland)


Speedskating, Ladies 500m

Sang Hwa Lee not only sped to defend her gold medal, but she did it in Olympic record time of 37.28 seconds. The previous record-holder was Catriona Le May Doan at the 2002 Games. Lee's combined time also beat Le May Doan's record from 2002.

Gold: Sang Hwa Lee (Korea)
Silver: Olga Fatkulina (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Margot Boer (Netherlands)

Snowboard, Men's Halfpipe 

Shaun White -- and the rest of the Americans -- were out of the podium in the halfpipe for the first time since the sport was introduced in the Olympics in 1998. White, looking to make it three straight gold medals in this competition, finished fourth.

Gold: Iouri Podladtchikov (Switzerland)
Silver: Ayumu Hirano (Japan)
Bronze: Taku Kiraoka (Japan)

Luge, Women's Singles

Erin Hamlin's bronze medal accomplished something that hasn't ever happened to the United States: medal -- any medal -- for an American singles luge Olympian.

Gold: Natalie Geisenberger (Germany)
Silver: Tatjana Huefner (Germany)
Bronze: Erin Hamlin (USA)

Cross-Country, Ladies' Sprint Free

Ingvild Flugstad narrowly went ahead of Vesna Fabjan, ensuring a 1-2 finish for the Norwegians. Their fellow teammate, Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen, whose brother died the day before the Olympic Games, came in fourth.

Gold: Maiken Caspersen Falla (Norway)
Silver: Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg (Norway)
Bronze: Vesna Fabjan (Slovenia)

Freestyle Skiing, Ladies' Ski Slopestyle

They may have grabbed the gold and bronze, but the Canadians had a serious scare during the competition. Yuki Tsubota was taken away in a stretcher after a bad fall and reportedly broke her jaw.

Gold: Dara Howell (Canada)
Silver: Devin Logan (USA)
Bronze: Kim Lamarre (Canada)


Freestyle Skiing, Men's Moguls

Alex Bilodeau fought his way to his second consecutive gold medal in this event, and the Canadians were close to sweeping the podium, but Alexandr Smyshlyaev spoiled those plans by nabbing bronze.

Gold: Alex Bilodeau (Canada)
Silver: Mikael Kingsbury (Canada)
Bronze: Alexandr Smyshlyaev (Russian Federation)

Speedskating, Men's 500m

The Netherlands continued to show the world how it's done, not only capturing its first gold medal in the competition, but sweeping the podium in the process. 

Gold: Michel Mulder (Netherlands)
Silver: Jan Smeekens (Netherlands)
Bronze: Ronald Mulder (Netherlands)

Alpine Skiing, Women's Super Combined

Reigning champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch came up with the gold medal once again.

Gold: Maria Hoefl-Riesch (Germany)
Silver: Nicole Hosp (Austria)
Bronze: Julia Mancuso (United States)

Biathlon, Men's 12.5km Pursuit

Martin Fourcade gave his homeland its first medal of the Sochi Games -- gold -- 14.1 seconds ahead of the silver medalist.

Gold: Martin Fourcade (France)
Silver: Ondrej Moravec (Czech Republic)
Bronze: Jean Guillaume Beatrix (France)

Short Track, Men's 1500m

Charles Hamelin might just be getting started on the podium. He won gold in this event and is expected to medal in his three other competitions, as well.

Gold: Charles Hamelin (Canada)
Silver: Tianyu Han (China)
Bronze: Victor An (Russian Federation)


Figure Skating, Team

In front of exuberant fans and President Vladimir Putin, the host country took the very first gold medal in this competition, bouncing back after failing to win a single gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Gold: Russian Federation
Silver: Canada
Bronze: United States

Luge, Men's Singles

Defending champion Felix Loch zipped to first place for his consecutive gold medal in this competition.

Gold: Felix Loch (Germany)
Silver: Albert Demchenko (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Armin Zoeggeler (Italy)

Biathlon, Women's 7.5km Sprint

In dominating fashion, Anastasiya Kuzmina secured her second gold medal in a row, coming in first by 19.9 seconds.

Gold: Anastasiya Kuzmina (Slovakia)
Silver: Olga Vilukhina (Russian Federation)
Bronze: Vita Semerenko (Ukraine)

Alpine Skiing, Men's Downhill

Matthias Mayer won the gold by six-hundredths of a second. His win was a bit of a surprise as he was the 11th racer on the course. American favorite Bode Miller came in eighth.

Gold: Matthias Mayer (Austria)
Silver: Christof Innerhofer (Italy)
Bronze: Kjetil Jansrud (Norway)

Cross-Country, Men's Skiathlon 15km Classic + 15km Free

Having ankle surgery three months ago didn't stop Dario Cologna from taking the gold medal, moving past defending champ Marcus Hellner.

Gold: Dario Cologna (Switzerland)
Silver: Marcus Hellner (Sweden)
Bronze: Martin Johnsrud Sundby (Norway)

Snowboarding Slopestyle, Women's

American Jamie Anderson was the favorite and did not disappoint, and the United States swept gold in the snowboarding slopestyle event.

Gold: Jamie Anderson (USA)
Silver: Enni Rukajarvi (Finland)
Bronze: Jenny Jones (Great Britain)

Speedskating, Women's 3000m

Irene West dethroned defending champion Martina Sablikova to ensure the Netherlands sweep the top of the podium in the 3,000m speedskating event. Russia captured its final medal of the Winter Games, a bronze.

Gold: Irene Wust (Netherlands)
Silver: Martina Sablikova (Czech Republic)
Bronze: Olga Graf (Russian Federation)


Snowboarding Slopestyle, Men

No Shaun White? No problem. An injury at practice this week forced the snowboarding favorite out of this competition (he'll still compete in the halfpipe), but the Americans still came up with the first gold medal of the Winter Games. Mark McMorris was considered a frontrunner and came up with the bronze.

Gold: Sage Kotsenburg (USA)
Silver: Staale Sandbech (Norway)
Bronze: Mark McMorris (Canada)

Cross-Country, Women's Skiathlon

Competing with a heavy heart, the Norwegians came up with two medals just a day following the death of teammate Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen's brother. The skiers (including Therese Johaung who came short of medaling at fourth) broke down in tears, and Marit Bjoregen spoke of winning for her teammate's family.

Gold: Marit Bjoergen (Norway)
Silver: Charlotte Kalla (Sweden)
Bronze: Heidi Weng (Norway)

Speedskating, Men's 5000m 

The Dutch swept the podium -- the 40th clean sweep of medals in Winter Games history. Sven Kramer was the defending gold medalist in this competition, and he topped the competition once again -- and did so in record time. His time of 6:10.76 is the fastest 5000m in history.

Gold: Sven Kramer (Netherlands)
Silver: Jan Blokhuijsen (Netherlands)
Bronze: Jorrit Bergsma (Netherlands)

Biathlon, Men's 10km 

Ole Einar Bjoerndalen proved age is just a number as he captured gold. At 40 years old, he now has a cool dozen Olympic medals, which ties an all-time Winter Olympic record. This was his seventh gold in a career that began at the Nagano Games in 1998.

Gold: Ole Einar Bjoerndalen (Norway)
Silver: Dominik Landertinger (Austria)
Bronze: Jaroslav Soukup (Czech Republic)

Freestyle Skiing, Ladies' Moguls

Two of the three Dufour-Lapointe sisters who competed in this event will be standing next to each other at the podium after going 1-2. Bronze medalist Hannah Kearny was the defending champion of this competition.

Gold: Justine Dufour-Lapointe (Canada)
Silver: Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (Canada)
Bronze: Hannah Kearny (USA)