With only three days left of the 2014 Winter Olympics, the U.S. has pushed up to second place on day 14 with a total of 25 medals (8 gold, 6 silver and 11 bronze), just behind Norway and ahead of Germany and Russia.
Maddie Bowman stole the podium today at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, skiing in ahead of the competition and winning gold for the U.S. in the first-ever women's halfpipe in Olympic competition.
A nail-biting battle on ice between the U.S. and Canadian women's hockey teams saw the Americans win silver after falling to their rivals 3-2 in overtime.
Bronze: Great Britain
Britain beat Switzerland 6-5
Canada Beat Sweden 6-3
Men's Ski Cross Finals
Gold: Jean Frederic Chapuis (France)
Silver: Arnaud Bovolenta (France)
Bronze: Jonathan Midol (France)
Women's Halfpipe Final
Gold: Maddie Bowman, United States
Silver: Marie Martinod, France
Bronze: Ayana Onozuka, Japan
American Brita Sigourney came in 5th.
Nordic Combined: Men's Large Hill/4x5-Kilometer
Gold: Norway 47:13.5
Silver: Germany 47:13.8
Bronze: Austria 47:16.9
Figure Skating: Women's free program
Gold: Adelina Sotnikova, Russia
Silver: Yuna Kim, Korea
Bronze: Carolina Kostner, Italy
American Ashley Wagner skated a clean program but finished in 7th place. This is the first time since 1936 that the U.S. has failed made the Olympic podium in both the men's and ladies singles
Women's Ice Hockey
Silver: United States
Switzerland beat Sweden 4-3; Canada beat U.S. 3-2