Medal Tally Olympics 2014: Updated Results for Each Event from Day 1

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Medal Tally Olympics 2014: Updated Results for Each Event from Day 1
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Day 1 of the 2014 Winter Olympics is officially in the books, and although the event is only a few days old, plenty of medals were handed out on Saturday in Sochi, Russia.

Fans in the United States got swept up in men's snowboard slopestyle, as Sage Kotsenburg brought home gold, being the first American to do so in these Olympics, per Sochi 2014:

Kotsenburg was joined by Hannah Kearneythe other American to earn a medal with her third-place finish in women's moguls. However, the 2010 gold medalist couldn't hide her dissatisfaction on Twitter:

In the grander scheme of things, Norway and the Netherlands were the big winners on the day.

The Norwegians top the medal count, having picked up four medals on Saturday, while the Dutch are right on their heels, with three.

Here's a look at the medal tally after Day 1:

Day 1 Medal Tally
Pos. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Norway 2 1 1 4
2 Canada 1 1 1 3
2 Netherlands 1 1 1 3
4 United States 1 0 1 2
5 Austria 0 1 0 1
5 Sweden 0 1 0 1
7 Czech Republic 0 0 1 1

Speaking of the Netherlands, it swept the men's 5,000 meters in speedskating. Sven Kramer won gold, Jan Blokhuijsen earned silver and Jorrit Bergsma took home gold. Kramer, in particular, was very impressive, as he set an Olympic record with a time of six minutes and 10.76 seconds.

As you'd expect from an Olympic champion, Kramer wasn't at a loss for confidence, per Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post. He said, "I was the only man who could lose this race."

When you're the best at what you do, you're entitled to be a bit brash.

Some of the events to take note of from Saturday are those under the team figure skating umbrella—ice dance short dance, ladies' short program and pairs free skating. Those results all go toward the final tally, which will determine which countries earn medals.

Through four events, Russia is on top, with 47 points. Canada and the U.S. round out the top three. Italy is knocking on the door as well, only three points back from the United States. Although the Russians are likely to run away from the competition, it will be a fun race to see who can earn silver and bronze.

In what was an action-packed Saturday, here are the final results.


Men's Sprint 10 km
Medal Name Country Time
Gold Ole Einar Bjoerndalen Norway 24:33.5
Silver Dominik Landertinger Austria 24:34.8
Bronze Jaroslav Soukup Czech Republic 24:39.2


Ladies' Skiathlon 7.5 km Classic and 7.5 km Free
Medal Name Country Time
Gold Marit Bjoerngen Norway 38:33.6
Silver Charlotte Kalla Sweden 38:35.4
Bronze Heidi Weng Norway 38:46.8

Figure Skating

Team Ice Dance Short Dance
Pos. Names Country Score Team Points
1 Meryl Davis and Charlie White United States 75.98 10
2 Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Canada 72.98 9
3 Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev Russia 70.27 8
4 Nathalie Pechlat and Fabian Bourzat France 69.15 7
5 Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte Italy 64.92 6
6 Nelli Zhiganshina and Alexander Gazsi Germany 58.04 5
7 Penny Coomes and Nicholas Buckland Great Britain 52.93 4
8 Cathy Reed and Chris Reed Japan 52.00 3
9 Siobhan Heekin-Canedy and Dmitri Dun Ukraine 49.19 2
10 Xintong Huang and Xun Zheng China 47.88 1

Ladies Short Program
Pos. Name Country Score Team Points
1 Julia Lipnitskaia Russia 72.90 10
2 Carolina Kostner Italy 70.84 9
3 Mao Asada Japan 64.07 8
4 Ashley Wagner United States 63.10 7
5 Kaetlyn Osmond Canada 62.54 6
6 Mae Berenice Meite France 55.45 5
7 Kexin Zhang China 54.58 4
8 Natalia Popova Ukraine 53.44 3
9 Nathalie Weinzierl Germany 52.16 2
10 Jenna McCorkell Great Britain 50.09 1

Team Pairs Free Skating
Pos. Names Country Score Team Points
1 Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov Russia 135.09 10
2 Kirsten Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch Canada 129.74 9
3 Stefania Berton and Ondrej Hotarek Italy 120.82 8
4 Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir United States 117.94 7
5 Narumi Takahashi and Ryuichi Kihara Japan 86.33 6

Freestyle Skiing

Ladies Moguls
Medal Name Country Score
Gold Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada 22.44
Silver Chloe Dufour-Lapointe Canada 21.66
Bronze Hannah Kearney United States 21.49

Ice Hockey

Women's Preliminary Round Group A
Team A Score Team B
United States 3-1 Finland
Canada 5-0 Switzerland


Full results for the first run of men's singles can be viewed here.

Full results for the second run of men's singles can be viewed here.

Ski Jumping

Full results for the men's normal hill individual qualifying round can be viewed here.


Men's Slopestyle
Medal Name Country Score
Gold Sage Kotsenburg United States 93.50
Silver Staale Sandbech Norway 91.75
Bronze Mark McMorris Canada 88.75


Men's 5,000 km
Medal Name Country Time
Gold Sven Kramer Netherlands 6:10.76 (OR)
Silver Jan Blokhuijsen Netherlands 6:15.71
Bronze Jorrit Bergsma Netherlands 6:16.66


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