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

Alex Espinoza@AlexEspinozaIVCorrespondent IIIFebruary 10, 2014

Women's super combined medalists, from left, Nicole Hosp of Austria, silver, Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany, gold, and Julia Mancuso of the United States, bronze, pose with their medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Monday, Feb. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
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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
4United States2035
12Czech Republic0213
T18Great Britain0011

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
1GERMaria Hoefl-Riesch2:34.62
2AUTNicole Hosp2:35.02
3USAJulia Mancuso2:35.15
4SLOTina Maze2:35.25
5SUIDominique Gisin2:36.12
6NORRagnhild Mowinckel2:36.15
7AUTMichaela Kirchgasser2:36.41
8AUTAnna Fenninger2:36.44
9CZESarka Strachova2:36.61
10SLOMarusa Ferk2:36.89


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

Event Results
1CANCharles Hamelin2:14.985
2CHNTianyu Han2:15.055
3RUSViktor Ahn2:15.062
4USAJ.R. Celski2:15.624
5CHNDequan Chen2:15.626
6KORHan-Bin Lee2:16.466
7GBRJack WhelbourneNo Time


Men's 500-Meter Speedskating

Event Results
1NEDMichel Mulder69.312
2NEDJan Smeekens69.324
3NEDRonald Mulder69.46
4KORTae-Bum Mo69.69
5JPNJoji Kato69.74
6JPNKeiichiro Nagashima70.040
7KAZRoman Krech70.048
8GERNico Ihle70.10
9POLArtur Was70.21
10CANGilmore Junio70.25


Men's Moguls

Event Results
1CANAlexandre Bilodeau26.3187.70
2CANMikael Kinsbury24.7182.36
3RUSAlexandr Smyshlyaev24.3481.13
4CANMarc-Antoine Gagnon23.3577.83
5KAZDmitriy Reiherd22.8076.00
6USAPatrick Denneen22.1673.86


Men's 12.5-km Biathlon

Event Results
PlaceCountryNameShooting (S-S-P-P)TotalTime
1FRAMartin Fourcade0-0-1-0133:48.6
2CZEOndrej Moravec0-0-0-0034.02.7
3FRAJean Guillaume Beatrix0-0-1-0134:12.8
4NOROle Einar Bjoerndalen0-1-1-1334:14.5
5RUSYevgeny Ustyugov0-1-0-0134:25.3
6GERSimon Schempp0-0-0-1134:27.7
7NOREmil Hegle Svendsen0-1-0-0134:28.8
8AUTSimon Eder1-0-0-1234:28.9
9LATAndrejs Rastorgujevs0-0-1-0134:36.9
10AUTDominik Landertringer0-0-1-2334:37.5


Men's Curling

Round Robin Results
Sweden8 - 4Great Britain
Switzerland5 - 4Canada
Denmark11 - 10Russia
Norway7 - 4United States


Women's Hockey

Group Stage Results
United States9 - 0Switzerland
Canada3 - 0Finland


Women's Curling

Round Robin Results
Russia7 - 4Denmark
Sweden6 - 4Great Britain
Switzerland7 - 4United States
Canada9 - 2China


Women's Singles Luge

Event Results
PlaceCountryNameRun 1Run 2 (Total)
1GERNatalie Geisenberger49.8911:39.814
2GERTatjana Huefner50.3931:40.580
3USAErin Hamlin50.3561:40.632
4RUSNatalja Khoreva50.5001:40.848
5CANAlex Gough50.4641:48.866
6CANKimberley McRae50.4651:40.919
7RUSTatyana Ivanova50.4571:40.949
8GERAnke Wischnewski50.4901:40.966
9SUIMartina Kocher50.5601:41.014
10USAKate Hansen50.7941:41.375


Women's Short Track 3,000m Relay Semifinals

Semifinal 1 Results
Semifinal 2 Results





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