There were only three medal events on the last day of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Russia officially took top spot on the overall medal tally after winning gold in the bobsled event and sweeping the podium in men's 50k cross-Country skiing.
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The U.S. took home its final medal of the games in the men's bobsled, with Steve Holcomb driving his four-man sled to win the bronze.
Team U.S.A. finished second overall in the medal standings with 28 in total, including nine gold, seven silver and 12 bronze.
Cross-Country Skiing Men's 50K Mass Start
Gold: Russia, Alexander Legkov, 1:46:55.2
Silver: Russia, Maxim Vylegzhanin, 1:46:55.9
Bronze: Russia, Ilia Chernousov, 1:46:56.0
Gold: Russia, 3:40.60
Silver: Latvia, 3:40.69
Bronze: United States, 3:40.99
Men's Hockey Gold Medal Match
Canada beat Sweden 3-0
Final medal standings