Winter Olympics 2014 Results: Day 12

By Jaime Lutz

Feb 18, 2014 4:19pm

The United States stalled at fourth in the overall medal count on Day 12 in Sochi, with Germany, Norway, and the Netherlands ranking narrowly above the U.S.

Still, America is tied with the Netherlands for the greatest number of overall medals ­­- 20 in total.

That medal count rose today thanks in part to freestyle skiing champion David Wise – who took home gold in the halfpipe – and Alex Deibold, who garnered a bronze medal in the snowboard cross finals.

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Milan Michalek of Czech Republic tries to shoot against Andrej Meszaros and Jan Laco of Slovakia in the men's qualification playoff game, Feb. 18, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. (Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Women’s Alpine Skiing: Giant Slalom Run 2

Gold: Tina Maze, Slovenia, 2:36.87

Silver: Anna Fenninger, Austria, 2:36.94

Bronze: Viktoria Rebensburg, Germany, 2:37.14

 

Biathlon: Men’s 15km Mass Start

Gold: Emil Hegle Svendsen, Norway, 42:29.1

Silver: Martin Fourcade, France, 42:29.1

Bronze: Ondrej Moravec, Czech Republic, 42:42.9

 

Curling: Men’s Tie-breaker Session 1

Great Britain beat Norway 6-5

 

Freestyle Skiing: Men’s Halfpipe Final

Gold: David Wise, U.S., 92.00

Silver: Mike Riddle, Canada, 90.60

Bronze: Kevin Rolland, France, 88.60

 

Ice Hockey: Men’s Play-offs Qualifications

Slovenia beat Austria 4-0

Russia beat Norway 4-0

Czech Republic beat Slovakia 5-3

Latvia beat Switzerland 3-1

 

Ice Hockey: Women’s Classifications

Germany beat Japan 3-2

Finland beat Russia 4-0

 

Nordic Combined: Individual Gundersen LH/10 km, Cross-Country

Gold: Joergen Graabak, Norway

Silver: Magnus Hovdal Moan, Norway

Bronze: Fabian Riessle, Germany

 

Short Track: Ladies’ 3000 m Relay Finals

Gold: Korea, 4:09.498

Silver: Canada, 4:10.641

Bronze: Italy, 4:14.041

 

Snowboard: Men’s Cross Finals

Gold: Pierre Vaultier, France

Silver: Nikolay Olyunin, Russia

Bronze: Alex Deibold, U.S.

 

Speed Skating: Men’s 10000

Gold: Jorrit Bergsma, Netherlands, 12:44.45

Silver: Sven Kramer, Netherlands, 12:49.02

Bronze: Bob De Jong, Netherlands, 13:07.19

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