The 2014 Winter Olympics Standings has Canada and the Netherlands tied for the total medal count from Sochi and they are co-leaders in gold medals, while the United States is in the top five among the nations at the games from Russia and heading into the middle of the week, team USA is looking to add to their medal count in a number of anticipated events.
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Canada has won three gold medals this year at the Olympics and they have seven total with three silver medals and one bronze, while the Netherlands has three gold medals, two silvers and two bronze medals. Norway has seven total medals as well, with two gold medals, one silver and four bronze medals, while the United States is in fourth place with five total medals. Team USA won the first gold medal of the games after Sage Kotsenburg took the men's slopestyle event and the United States swept that competition with Jamie Anderson taking the women's side and the nation has already won three bronze medals in figure skating, alpine skiing and freestyle skiing with one each.
Shaun White may add a medal to that count coming on Tuesday, as he much anticipated snowboard halfpipe is coming up and he is expected to be one of the favorites. White comes in after some controversy surrounding the slopestyle competition, as he pulled out of the event after coming down with a wrist injury during a practice run. White was already dealing with ankle and shoulder injuries, but some other boarders claimed that White chickened out and now he has the chance to redeem himself with a third straight win in the halfpipe.