Sochi 2014 Winter Games – Day 9 Results

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ABC Sports Radio(NEW YORK) — Sochi 2014 Winter Games:

Medal Count

Russia – 15

United States – 14

Norway – 14

Netherlands – 13

Germany – 12

Canada -12

 

Alpine Skiing – Women’s Super G – Final

Gold: Anna Fenninger – Austria – 1:25.52

Silver: Maria Hoefl-Riesch – Germany – 1:26.07

Bronze: Nicole Hosp – Austria – 1:26:18

8th: Julia Mancuso – United States – 1:27.04

Cross-Country – Women’s 4 X 5KM Relay – Final

Gold: Ema Wiken, Ida Ingemarsdotter, Anna Haag, Charlotte Kalla – Sweden – 53:02.7

Silver: Krista Lahteenmaki, Kerttu Niskanen, Anne Kyllonen, Aino Kaisa Saarinen – Finland – 53:03.2

Bronze: Stefanie Boehler, Nicole Fessel, Denise Herrmann, Claudia Nystad – Germany – 53:03.6

9th: Kikkan Randall, Jessica Diggins, Elizabeth Stephen, Sadie Bjornsen – United States – 55:33.4

Short-Track Speedskating – Men’s 1000M – Final

Gold: Victor An – Russia – 1:25.325

Silver: Vladimir Grigorev – Russia – 1:25.399

Bronze: Sjinkie Knegt – Netherlands – 1:25.611

10th: Christopher Creveling – United States

Short-Track Speedskating – Women’s 1500M – Final

Gold: Zhou Yang – China – 2:19.140

Silver: Shim Suk-hee – South Korea – 2:19.239

Bronze: Arianna Fontana – Italy – 2:19.416

5th: Emily Scott – United States – 2:39.436

Speekskating – Men’s 1500M – Final

Gold: Zbigniew Brodka- Poland – 1:45.00

Silver: Koen Verweij – Netherlands – 1:45.00

Bronze: Denny Morrison – Canada – 1:45.22

7th: Brian Hansen – United States – 1:45.59

Skeleton – Men’s Individual, Run 4 – Final

Gold: Alexander Tretiakov – 3:44.29

Silver: Martins Dukurs – 3:45.10

Bronze: Matthew Antoine – 3:47.26

Ski Jumping – Men’s Individual – Large Hill – Final

Gold: Kamil Stoch – Poland – 278.7

Silver: Noriaki Kasai  – Japan – 277.4

Bronze: Peter Prevc – Slovenia – 274.8

35th: Nick Fairall – United States – 108.3

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