​The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Team Canada medal count

Team Canada has won 24 medals so far at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics – nine gold, ten silver and five bronze.

Sisters Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe kicked things off on Saturday, Feb. 8, finishing first and second respectively in the women’s moguls. Snowboarder Mark McMorris added a bronze in men’s slopestyle.

On Feb. 9, the figure skating team – headed by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir – won silver for ice dancing at the first-ever Olympic team figure skating competition. The duo would go on to win silver again on Feb. 16 for their short dance.

Quebec’s Charles Hamelin won gold at the 1,500 metre shorttrack speed skating event on Feb. 10, sealing his victory with a kiss from his longtime girlfriend, Marianne St-Gelais.


Alex Bilodeau also won gold and Mikael Kingsbury captured silver in men’s moguls on Monday Feb. 10, while Dara Howell added to Canada's medal count on Tuesday Feb. 11, winning a gold medal at the ski slopestyle final. Teammate Kim Lamarre took bronze in the event.

Fort St. John native Denny Morrison won silver in men's 1,000 metre speed-skating on Wednesday Feb. 12. He took home bronze a few days later for the men's 1,500 metre event.

Patrick Chan took home two silver medals for Canada; one for men's free skating on Valentine's Day, and another for men's figure skating on Feb. 17.

Jan Hudec beat the odds by winning a bronze medal at the Sochi Games, just 49 days after he was bedridden with effective paralysis.

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse took home gold in bobsledding on Feb. 17 and Canada beat Sweden 6-3 in the gold-medal match for Women's Curling on Feb. 20., headed by Jennifer Jones.

In this year's biggest nail-biter game so far, the Canadian Women's Hockey team beat the United States in overtime after coming back from a 2-0 score near the end of the third period.

Canada scooped up two gold medals on Feb. 21 in women's skicross, courtesy of Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa. This was the third Sochi moment where two Canadians competing in the same event landed on the podium.

In men's curling, Brad Jacobs scooped up a gold medal. And, later, the bronze for the men's 500-metre race went to Charle Cournoyer.

On Feb. 23, the men's hockey team showed, once again, that hockey is Canada's game, taking home the gold in a sweeping 3-0 win against Sweden.

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