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American athletes won nine gold medals in Sochi, the third highest total at the Games. Here's a look at each one.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White went through the media mixed zone whirlwind without really processing that they had won America's first ice dancing Olympic gold medal.
Holcomb’s third career Olympic medal gave the U.S. sliding teams – bobsled, luge and skeleton – seven overall in Sochi.
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Alpine Skiing
With an Olympic gold medal to punctuate his dominance of men's giant slalom the last seven years, Ted Ligety is now positioned to be The Man on the U.S. Ski Team moving past Sochi.
Freestyle Skiing

Check out the three winning runs from Americans

Best of Sochi
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Top Medalists

  • Alpine Skiing
  • Women's Slalom
  • Freestyle Skiing
  • Women's Halfpipe
  • Alpine Skiing
  • Men's Giant Slalom
  • Freestyle Skiing
  • Men's Halfpipe
  • Figure Skating
  • Ice Dancing
  • Figure Skating
  • Ice Dancing


The Medal Race

Sports Gold Silver Bronze
Alpine Skiing 2 1 2
Figure Skating 1 0 1
Snowboarding 3 0 2
Bobsled 0 1 3
Luge 0 0 1
Skeleton 0 1 1
Hockey 0 1 0
Freestyle Skiing 3 2 2
Short Track 0 1 0