Olympics 2014 medal results Feb 16: Netherlands pulls ahead of Russia and the U.S.

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Warning: Do not keep reading if you'd like to remain spoiler-free for Sunday's (Feb. 16) medaling results. The results will be featured in NBC's primetime coverage later today.

At the 2014 Winter Olympics, Russia's single day at the top was ended by a resurgent Netherlands, which now has one more medal (17) than both Russia and the US (16 each). Former leader Norway remains in fourth place in the overall medal count, although now Canada has tied it up -- both countries have 14 medals apiece.

New medals were added in men's super-G skiing (gold for Norway, silver for the US, a tie for bronze between Canada and the US), women's snowboard cross (gold for the Czech Republic, silver for Canada, bronze for France), men's cross-country relay (gold for Sweden, silver for Russia, bronze for France), and women's 1500 m speed skating (gold, silver and bronze for the Netherlands).

After the Sunday competitions, 26 countries had medals. Here are the top 10 medal-winning countries:

1. Netherlands -- 17 medals (5 gold, 5 silver, 7 bronze)
2. (tie) Russia -- 16 medals (4 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze)
2. (tie) USA -- 16 medals (4 gold, 4 silver, 8 bronze)
4. (tie) Norway -- 14 medals (5 gold, 3 silver, 6 bronze)
4. (tie) Canada -- 14 medals (4 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze)
6. Germany -- 12 medals (7 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze)
7. Sweden -- 9 medals (2 gold, 5 silver, 2 bronze)
8. (tie) Switzerland -- 7 medals (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
8. (tie) Austria -- 7 medals (2 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze)
10. France -- 6 medals (2 gold, 0 silver, 4 bronze)

The highlights of Sunday's events will be broadcast during primetime on NBC, beginning at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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