Norwegian athletes dominated with 4 medals on Tuesday.
SOCHI, Russia - The fourth day of competition at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics was dominated by Norwegian athletes as they added to their medal count with four medals in several of the day’s competitions.
The Ladies' Cross-Country Free Sprint was won by Norway's Maiken Caspersen Falla and her teammate Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg who took home gold and silver, respectfully. Slovenia's Vesna Fabjan captured the bronze.
Norway's Ola Vigen Hattestad won gold in the Men's Cross-Country Free Sprint, while Sweden's Teodor Peterson and Emil Joensson won the silver and bronze, respectfully.
Belarus' Darya Domrachyova won the gold medal in the Women's 10 km Pursuit. She was followed by Norway's Tora Berger who won the silver and Slovenia's Teja Gregorin with the bronze.
In the Ladies' Slopestyle Ski Final, Canadian Dara Howell won the gold medal, the US' Devin Logan won silver and Canada's Kim Lamarre won the bronze.
German athletes dominated the Ladies' Individual Luge as Natalie Geisenberger won the gold and her teammate Tatjana Huefner took home silver. The US' Erin Hamlin placed third for the bronze.
Germany's Carina Vogt made Olympic history by winning the first-ever Ladies' Normal Hill Individual Ski Jump Final. Austria's Daniela Iraschko-Stolz placed second and France's Coline Mattel came in third.
Switzerland's Iouri Podladchikov won gold in the Men's Halfpipe Finals, while Japan's Ayumu Hirano and Taku Hiraoka finishing second and third, respectfully.
South Korea's Lee Sang-hwa won gold in the Ladies' 500 m Speed Skating final. Russia's Olga Fatkulina and the Netherlands' Margot Boer captured the silver and bronze.
Medal count following events February 11:
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