The Sochi medal count shows a tight race between the countries who participated but which one came out on top? Here's a breakdown of the top 10 countries leading the Games so far.
Slovakia, Switzerland and Poland's Sochi medal count are currently one gold each, putting the three European nations in 8th place.
Austria's Sochi medal count of three medals currently puts the Winter Olympics mainstay on the 7th spot. Over the few days of the Games, Austria's racked up one gold and two silver models from the first events.
Winter Olympics host Russia is currently holding 6th place with five medals, consisting of one gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
Germany's gaining traction with two gold medals, pulling it up to 5th place.
The United States is continuing to its surge to the top with a Sochi medal count of five medals in total, two gold and three bronze, putting the nation in 4th place overall.
Netherlands impressed judges and beat the odds with four Olympic medals so far, two gold, one silver and one bronze and finishing 3rd overall.
Norway continues to maintain its second place rank with seven medals in total. The European country's Sochi medal count consists of two gold, one silver and four bronze medals.
Reigning supreme so far in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games is Canada with five medals. The current champ holds two gold, two silver and one bronze medal.