Medal Count Sochi, Jamie Anderson, the American out of Lake Tahoe, won the Ladies’ Slopestyle snowboard with a 95.5 in her second run. Enni Rukajarvi (Finland) received the silver at 92.50, and Jenny Jones of Bristol, Great Britain received the bronze with an 87.25 score.
In the Men’s Skiathalon, a combination of skiing 15 kilometers freestyle and 15 kilometers classic, the Swiss Dario Cologna received the gold medal with his 1:08.15.4 time. Marcus Hellner of Sweden got the bronze at 1:08.14.8 (an agonizing four tenths of a second behind Cologna). Norwegian Martin Johnsrud Sundby added to his country’s medals with a 1:08:16.8 time, just barely edging out homeland hero Maxim Vylegzhanin of Udmurtia, Russia’s medal hopes by a tenth of a second.
Men’s Downhill Alpine Skiing, one of the blueblood events of the Games, was swept by the blueblood countries. Mattias Mayer of Austria won the gold with a 2:06.23 time, and Christof Innerhofer of Italy got the silver with a 2:06.29 time, missing the gold by six hundredths of a second. Kjietil Jansrud added to Norway’s medal count with a bronze thanks to his 2:06.33 time.
You can follow along with our medal tracker, updated live as events conclude. Here’s a full standing of the medal winning countries at Sochi thus far.
Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
Norway 2 1 3 6
USA 2 0 1 3
Netherlands 1 1 1 3
Sweden 0 2 0 2
Switzerland 1 0 0 1