Medal Tally Olympics 2014: Updated Results for Each Event from Day 3

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Medal Tally Olympics 2014: Updated Results for Each Event from Day 3
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Day 3 of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics brought some new competitions to the table, as beloved Winter Games sport curling opened up with its first respective events of the Winter Games.

Through the end of Monday's action, when five more medal ceremonies took place, 19 countries have now earned medals and there is still plenty of more hardware to be handed out. Here's an updated look at the Olympic medal count heading into Tuesday's events:

Medal Tally After Day 3
Rank Country G S B Total
1 Canada 3 3 1 7
2 Netherlands 3 2 2 7
3 Norway 2 1 4 7
4 United States 2 0 3 5
5 Germany 2 0 0 2
6 Russia 1 2 3 6
7 Austria 1 2 0 3
8 France 1 0 1 2
T9 Poland 1 0 0 1
T9 Slovakia 1 0 0 1
T9 Switzerland 1 0 0 1
12 Czech Republic 0 2 1 3
13 Sweden 0 2 0 2
14 Italy 0 1 1 2
T15 China 0 1 0 1
T15 Finland 0 1 0 1
T15 Slovenia 0 1 0 1
T18 Great Britain 0 0 1 1
T18 Ukraine 0 0 1 1

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The Netherlands has vaulted to near the top of the medal standings thanks to a clean sweep of the men's 500-meter event on the short track in speedskating. Michel Mulder (gold), Jan Smeekens (silver) and Ronald Mulder (bronze) formed the impressive trio of finishers, which helps account for three of the country's leading seven total medals for the Olympics so far.

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As far as American athletes go, Julia Mancuso's bronze medal in the women's super combined event was certainly notable, as it vaulted her into elite company in the history of Olympic women's alpine skiing.

David Leon Moore of USA Today noted Mancuso's latest accomplishment after she also took a gold in the 2006 Winter Games and two silvers at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Only four women skiers in history have more Olympic medals than Mancuso's four — Croatia's Janica Kostelic and Sweden's Anja Paerson with six, and Switzerland's Vreni Schneider and Germany's Katja Seizinger with five.

She joins speedskaters Bonnie Blair and Apolo Ohno as the only American Winter Olympians to win individual medals at three Games.

"It's pretty cool," Mancuso said of her place in Olympic history.

With her latest victory, Mancuso also earned some praise from her Olympic teammates like Bode Miller. Not to mention she can add to her total with a good showing in Wednesday's women's downhill event and tie Miller with a U.S. skiing record five Olympic medals.

Other notable American performances on Monday include the impressive 9-0 women's hockey victory over Switzerland and J.R. Celski's disappointing fourth-place finish in the 1,500-meter short-track race.

Here's a look at the top finishers in each event that took place on Monday in Sochi.

 

Women's Super Combined 

Event Results
Place Country Name Time
1 GER Maria Hoefl-Riesch 2:34.62
2 AUT Nicole Hosp 2:35.02
3 USA Julia Mancuso 2:35.15
4 SLO Tina Maze 2:35.25
5 SUI Dominique Gisin 2:36.12
6 NOR Ragnhild Mowinckel 2:36.15
7 AUT Michaela Kirchgasser 2:36.41
8 AUT Anna Fenninger 2:36.44
9 CZE Sarka Strachova 2:36.61
10 SLO Marusa Ferk 2:36.89

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Men's 1,500-Meter Short-Track Event

Event Results
Place Country Name Time
1 CAN Charles Hamelin 2:14.985
2 CHN Tianyu Han 2:15.055
3 RUS Viktor Ahn 2:15.062
4 USA J.R. Celski 2:15.624
5 CHN Dequan Chen 2:15.626
6 KOR Han-Bin Lee 2:16.466
7 GBR Jack Whelbourne No Time

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Men's 500-Meter Speedskating

Event Results
Place Country Name Time
1 NED Michel Mulder 69.312
2 NED Jan Smeekens 69.324
3 NED Ronald Mulder 69.46
4 KOR Tae-Bum Mo 69.69
5 JPN Joji Kato 69.74
6 JPN Keiichiro Nagashima 70.040
7 KAZ Roman Krech 70.048
8 GER Nico Ihle 70.10
9 POL Artur Was 70.21
10 CAN Gilmore Junio 70.25

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Men's Moguls

Event Results
Place Country Name Score %
1 CAN Alexandre Bilodeau 26.31 87.70
2 CAN Mikael Kinsbury 24.71 82.36
3 RUS Alexandr Smyshlyaev 24.34 81.13
4 CAN Marc-Antoine Gagnon 23.35 77.83
5 KAZ Dmitriy Reiherd 22.80 76.00
6 USA Patrick Denneen 22.16 73.86

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Men's 12.5-km Biathlon

Event Results
Place Country Name Shooting (S-S-P-P) Total Time
1 FRA Martin Fourcade 0-0-1-0 1 33:48.6
2 CZE Ondrej Moravec 0-0-0-0 0 34.02.7
3 FRA Jean Guillaume Beatrix 0-0-1-0 1 34:12.8
4 NOR Ole Einar Bjoerndalen 0-1-1-1 3 34:14.5
5 RUS Yevgeny Ustyugov 0-1-0-0 1 34:25.3
6 GER Simon Schempp 0-0-0-1 1 34:27.7
7 NOR Emil Hegle Svendsen 0-1-0-0 1 34:28.8
8 AUT Simon Eder 1-0-0-1 2 34:28.9
9 LAT Andrejs Rastorgujevs 0-0-1-0 1 34:36.9
10 AUT Dominik Landertringer 0-0-1-2 3 34:37.5

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Men's Curling

Round Robin Results
Winner Score Loser
Sweden 8 - 4 Great Britain
Switzerland 5 - 4 Canada
Denmark 11 - 10 Russia
Norway 7 - 4 United States

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Women's Hockey

Group Stage Results
Winner Score Loser
United States 9 - 0 Switzerland
Canada 3 - 0 Finland

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Women's Curling

Round Robin Results
Winner Score Loser
Russia 7 - 4 Denmark
Sweden 6 - 4 Great Britain
Switzerland 7 - 4 United States
Canada 9 - 2 China

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Women's Singles Luge

Event Results
Place Country Name Run 1 Run 2 (Total)
1 GER Natalie Geisenberger 49.891 1:39.814
2 GER Tatjana Huefner 50.393 1:40.580
3 USA Erin Hamlin 50.356 1:40.632
4 RUS Natalja Khoreva 50.500 1:40.848
5 CAN Alex Gough 50.464 1:48.866
6 CAN Kimberley McRae 50.465 1:40.919
7 RUS Tatyana Ivanova 50.457 1:40.949
8 GER Anke Wischnewski 50.490 1:40.966
9 SUI Martina Kocher 50.560 1:41.014
10 USA Kate Hansen 50.794 1:41.375

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Women's Short Track 3,000m Relay Semifinals

Semifinal 1 Results
Place Country Time
1 Korea 4:08.052
2 Canada 4:08.871
3 Russia 4:13.938
4 Hungary 4:15.473

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Semifinal 2 Results
Place Country Time
1 China 4:09.555
2 Italy 4:11.282
3 Japan 4:11.913
-- Netherlands PEN

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