Winter Olympics: The 2014 Champions and All-Time Records for Medals

The winners of gold medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi were

Alpine Ski-ing
Men’s events
Downhill Matthias Mayer Austria (AUT)
Super-G Kjetil Jansrud Norway (NOR)
Giant slalom Ted Ligety United States (USA)
Slalom Mario Matt Austria (AUT)
Combined Sandro Viletta Switzerland (SUI)
Women’s events
Downhill Dominique Gisin Switzerland (SUI)
Tina Maze Slovenia (SLO) tied for gold 
Super-G Anna Fenninger Austria (AUT)
Giant slalom Tina Maze Slovenia (SLO)
Slalom Mikaela Shiffrin United States (USA)
Combined Maria Höfl-Riesch Germany (GER)
Biathlon
Men’s events
Individual Martin Fourcade France (FRA)
Sprint Ole Einar Bjørndalen Norway (NOR)
Pursuit Martin Fourcade France (FRA)
Mass start Emil Hegle Svendsen Norway (NOR)
Relay Russia (RUS)
Women’s events
Individual Darya Domracheva Belarus (BLR)
Sprint Anastasiya Kuzmina Slovakia (SVK)
Pursuit Darya Domracheva Belarus (BLR)
Mass start Darya Domracheva Belarus (BLR)
Relay Ukraine (UKR)
Mixed events
Relay Norway (NOR)
Bobsleigh
Two-man Alexander Zubkov
and Alexey Voyevoda Russia (RUS)
Four-man Alexandr Zubkov Russia (RUS)
Two-woman Kaillie Humphries
and Heather Moyse Canada (CAN)
Cross-country skiing
Men’s events
15 kilometre classical Dario Cologna Switzerland (SUI)
30 kilometre skiathlon Dario Cologna Switzerland (SUI)
50 kilometre freestyle Alexander Legkov Russia (RUS)
4 × 10 kilometre relay Sweden (SWE)
Sprint Ola Vigen Hattestad Norway (NOR)
Team sprint Finland (FIN)
Women’s events
10 kilometre classical Justyna Kowalczyk Poland (POL)
15 kilometre skiathlon Marit Bjørgen Norway (NOR)
30 kilometre freestyle Marit Bjørgen Norway (NOR)
4 × 5 kilometre relay Sweden (SWE)
Sprint Maiken Caspersen Falla Norway (NOR)
Team sprint Norway (NOR)
Curling
Men Canada (CAN) Brad Jacobs
Women Canada (CAN) Jennifer Jones
Figure skating
Men’s singles Yuzuru Hanyu Japan (JPN)
Ladies’ singles Adelina Sotnikova Russia (RUS)
Pair skating Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov Russia (RUS)
Ice dancing Meryl Davis
/ Charlie White United States (USA)
Team trophy Russia (RUS)
Freestyle skiing
Men’s aerials Anton Kushnir Belarus (BLR)
Men’s halfpipe David Wise United States (USA)
Men’s moguls Alexandre Bilodeau Canada (CAN)
Men’s slopestyle Joss Christensen United States (USA)
Men’s ski cross Jean-Frédéric Chapuis France (FRA)
Women’s aerials Alla Tsuper Belarus (BLR)
Women’s halfpipe Maddie Bowman United States (USA)
Women’s moguls Justine Dufour-Lapointe Canada (CAN)
Women’s slopestyle Dara Howell Canada (CAN)
Women’s ski cross Marielle Thompson Canada (CAN)
Ice hockey
Men’s tournament Canada (CAN)
Women’s tournament Canada (CAN)
Luge
Men’s singles Felix Loch Germany (GER)
Women’s singles Natalie Geisenberger Germany (GER)
Doubles Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt Germany (GER)
Team relay Germany (GER)
Nordic combined
Individual large hill/10 km Jørgen Graabak Norway (NOR)
Individual normal hill/10 km Eric Frenzel Germany (GER)
Team large hill/4 × 5 km Norway (NOR)
Short track speed skating
500 metres Viktor Ahn Russia (RUS)
1000 metres Viktor Ahn Russia (RUS)
1500 metres Charles Hamelin Canada (CAN)
5000 metre relay Russia (RUS) Viktor Ahn
Women’s events
500 metres Li Jianrou China (CHN)
1000 metres Park Seung-Hi South Korea (KOR)
1500 metres Zhou Yang China (CHN)
3000 metre relay South Korea (KOR) Shim Suk-Hee
Skeleton
Men’s Alexander Tretiakov Russia (RUS)
Women’s Lizzy Yarnold Great Britain (GBR)
Ski jumping
Men’s individual normal hill Kamil Stoch Poland (POL)
Men’s individual large hill Kamil Stoch Poland (POL)
Men’s team Germany (GER)
Women’s individual normal hill Carina Vogt Germany (GER)
Snowboarding
Men’s parallel slalom Vic Wild Russia (RUS)
Men’s parallel giant slalom Vic Wild Russia (RUS)
Men’s halfpipe Iouri Podladtchikov Switzerland (SUI)
Men’s slopestyle Sage Kotsenburg United States (USA)
Men’s snowboard cross Pierre Vaultier France (FRA)
Women’s parallel slalom Julia Dujmovits Austria (AUT)
Women’s parallel giant slalom Patrizia Kummer Switzerland (SUI)
Women’s halfpipe Kaitlyn Farrington United States (USA)
Women’s slopestyle Jamie Anderson United States (USA)
Women’s snowboard cross Eva Samková Czech Republic (CZE)
Speed skating
Men’s events
500 metres Michel Mulder Netherlands (NED)
1000 metres Stefan Groothuis Netherlands (NED)
1500 metres Zbigniew Bródka Poland (POL)
5000 metres Sven Kramer Netherlands (NED)
10000 metres Jorrit Bergsma Netherlands (NED)
Team pursuit Netherlands (NED)
Women’s events
500 metres Lee Sang-hwa South Korea (KOR)
1000 metres Zhang Hong China (CHN)
1500 metres Jorien ter Mors Netherlands (NED)
3000 metres Ireen Wüst Netherlands (NED)
5000 metres Martina Sáblíková Czech Republic (CZE)
Team pursuit Netherlands (NED)

Following the Games the all-time list of most medals won in the Winter Olympics looks like this:

Athlete Country Sport Years Gender Gold Silver Bronze Total
Ole Einar Bjørndalen  Norway Biathlon 1998–2014 M 8 4 1 13
Bjørn Dæhlie  Norway Cross-country skiing 1992–1998 M 8 4 0 12
Marit Bjørgen  Norway Cross-country skiing 2002–2014 F 6 3 1 10
Raisa Smetanina  Soviet Union Cross-country skiing 1976–1992 F 4 5 1 10
Stefania Belmondo  Italy Cross-country skiing 1992–2002 F 2 3 5 10
Lyubov Yegorova  Russia Cross-country skiing 1992–1994 F 6 3 0 9
Claudia Pechstein  Germany Speed skating 1992–2006 F 5 2 2 9
Sixten Jernberg  Sweden Cross-country skiing 1956–1964 M 4 3 2 9
Viktor Ahn  South Korea/ Russia Short track speed skating 2006-2014 M 6 0 2 8
Ricco Groß  Germany Biathlon 1992–2006 M 4 3 1 8
Ireen Wust  Netherlands Speed skating 2006-2014 F 4 3 1 8
Galina Kulakova  Soviet Union Cross-country skiing 1972–1980 F 4 2 2 8
Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway Alpine skiing 1992–2006 M 4 2 2 8
Sven Fischer  Germany Biathlon 1994–2006 M 4 2 2 8
Karin Enke  East Germany Speed skating 1980–1988 F 3 4 1 8
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann  Germany Speed skating 1992–1998 F 3 4 1 8
Apolo Ohno  United States Short track speed skating 2002–2010 M 2 2 4 8
Clas Thunberg  Finland Speed skating 1924–1928 M 5 1 1 7
Larisa Lazutina  Russia Cross-country skiing 1992–1998 F 5 1 1 7
Ivar Ballangrud  Norway Speed skating 1928–1936 M 4 2 1 7
Veikko Hakulinen  Finland Cross-country skiing 1952–1960 M 3 3 1 7
Eero Mäntyranta  Finland Cross-country skiing 1960–1968 M 3 2 2 7
Sven Kramer  Netherlands Speed skating 2006-2014 M 3 2 2 7
Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi  Finland Cross-country skiing 1984–1994 F 3 0 4 7
Yelena Välbe  Russia Cross-country skiing 1992–1998 F 3 0 4 7
Manuela Di Centa  Italy Cross-country skiing 1992–1998 F 2 2 3 7
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