Winter Olympic medalists: Where are they now?

Published: 6:15 PM EST Feb 19, 2014   Updated: 1:00 AM EST Feb 20, 2014

The history of the Winter Olympics is filled with names you'll likely remember. But what are those medal winners from games gone by up to these days? Click on to find out where some of your favorite Winter Olympians are today.

Winter Olympics WATN - Nancy Kerrigan then
1 / 47
Phil Cole/ALLSPORT

Nancy Kerrigan, the 1994 Olympic silver medalist and 1992 Olympic bronze medalist, is perhaps better known for the 1994 attack orchestrated on her by the ex-husband of one of her competitors, Tony Harding. Kerrigan was clubbed on the knee during a practice round on the eve of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Detroit, Mich., on Jan. 6, 1994. She was forced to drop out of the competition, which Harding won two days later.

Local Sports Stories

Reading blows late lead, Portland avoids sweep

Reading Fightin Phils

The Reading Fightin Phils (53-23) lost Sunday’s finale to the Portland Sea Dogs (27-47) by a score of 9-8. A three-run home run by Nate Freiman in the bottom of the eighth gave Portland the lead and eventual win. Reading leads the season-series 10-6 despite losing on Sunday.

IronPigs rally for sweep at Durham and share of first place

IronPigs rally to sweep of Durham and share of first place

Nick Williams tied the game with two outs in the ninth inning. The IronPigs scored two runs in the 10th and Lehigh Valley completed a sweep at Durham, 3-2, on Sunday night.

Nola struggles again, Giants walk-off against Phillies

Bruce Bochy's 800th victory as Giants manager was anything but typical.

Three blown leads, four hit batters, a rare shaky outing from Johnny Cueto, and back-to-back doubles in the ninth inning by two seldom-used players that provided the winning run.

Velasquez to start for Phillies Monday

Velasquez to start for Phillies Monday

After making a rehab start in Reading last week, that's all Vince Velasquez needed in his recovery from a biceps strain.

Temple basketball icon Hal Lear dies at 81

Temple University basketball legend Hal Lear died at the age of 81 Saturday.

View More
Advertisement
 

2014 Sochi Olympic medal count

COUNTRY
G
S
B
TOTAL
Russia
13
11
9
33
United States
9
7
12
28
Norway
11
5
10
26
Canada
10
10
5
25
Netherlands
8
7
9
24
Germany
8
6
5
19
Austria
4
8
5
17
France
4
4
7
15
Sweden
2
7
6
15
Switzerland
6
3
2
11
China
3
4
2
9
South Korea
3
3
2
8
Czech Republic
2
4
2
8
Slovenia
2
2
4
8
Japan
1
4
3
8
Italy
0
2
6
8
Belarus
5
0
1
6
Poland
4
1
1
6
Finland
1
3
1
5
Great Britain
1
1
2
4
Latvia
0
2
2
4
Australia
0
2
1
3
Ukraine
1
0
1
2
Slovakia
1
0
0
1
Croatia
0
1
0
1
Kazakhstan
0
0
1
1
Medal count will be updated at the conclusion of each day's medal events.
 
Advertisement