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2014 Sochi Olympic medal count

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The Olympics come to an end Sunday, Feb. 23, as the games wind down stick with the Collegian to follow the chase to see which country will possess the most medals by the games end. Here are the top ten contenders for the country with the most medals in 2014:

  1. Russia – gold 13 – silver 11 – bronze 9 – total 33
  2. United States – gold 9 – silver 7 – bronze 12 – total 28
  3. Norway – gold 11 – silver 5 – bronze 10 – total 26
  4. Canada – gold 10 – silver 10 – bronze 5 – total 25
  5. Netherlands – gold 8 – silver 7 – bronze 9 – total 24
  6. Germany – gold 8 – silver 6 – bronze 5 – total 19
  7. Austria – gold 4 – silver 8 – bronze 5 – total 17
  8. France – gold 4 – silver 4 – bronze 7 – total 15
  9. Sweden – gold 2 – silver 7 – bronze 6 – total 15
  10. Switzerland – gold 6 – silver 3 – bronze 2 – total 11

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