Sochi Olympics: Team USA Reaches 17 Medal Count

With Germany still in first place with 7 gold medals, Team USA has reached 17 total with 4 gold, 4 bronze and 9 silver. The 17 medal mark ties the US with Russia and the Netherlands. Monday is Day 10 of the Sochi 2014 Olympics.

Tonight at 8/7c on NBC will feature world ice dance champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White in the free dance program, the final phase of ice dancing, which combined with the short dance score determines the Olympic champions. 2010 Olympic silver medalists Davis and White came out on top in the short dance program Sunday, as well as the short dance and free dance programs during the team figure skating event in which the U.S. took bronze. Two-time Olympian Nate Holland leads a deep U.S. snowboard cross team into Sochi, hoping to win a third consecutive U.S. gold medal in this event. Also in primetime is the gold medal final runs in two-man bobsled, where 2010 Olympic four-man gold medalist Steven Holcomb has the top American sled in third place, hoping to earn the first U.S. medal in this event since 1952, and the aerials gold medal final in men’s freestyle skiing, featuring 18-year-old American aerialist Mac Bohonnon.

NBCSN’s Monday telecast begins at 3 a.m. ET and is highlighted by Team USA women’s hockey vs. Sweden in a semifinal game in the women’s hockey tournament with live pre-game coverage at 7:15 a.m. ET. NBCSN’s live coverage also features the gold medal final in ice dancing and the team K-125 large hill gold medal final in men’s ski jumping. Rounding out NBCSN’s coverage is the 15km mass start gold medal final in men’s biathlon and the 12.5km mass start gold medal final in women’s biathlon.

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