While you were sleeping: U.S. wins bronze in four-man bobsled, Russia wins overall medal race

Fourth-Place Medal

While the United States slept, things were busy on the other side of the globe. Here is our recap of everything Olympics you might have missed overnight.

*The United States picked up its final medal in the Sochi Games with a bronze in the four-man bobsled, but it wasn't enough to keep Russia from overwhelmingly winning the overall medal table. The host nation scored 33 medals — 13 gold.

Team USA's medal count:
*9 gold
*7 silver
*12 bronze

*This one will fuel the figure skating cheating chatter: When Russian Adelina Sotnikova ran through the hallways of the Iceberg Skating Palace after winning gold, giddily searching for family and friends, cameras caught her hugging and receiving warm congratulations from many people — including a Russian woman who had just been judging the event.


*Details emerged about the Closing Ceremony, which starts live at 11 a.m. ET. South Korean musicians will perform as a nod to Pyeongchang, the next Winter Games site, and an 1,000-child chorus will sing. (But will the creepy bear mascot dance?)

Follow along with our live blog.

*What happens to the Sochi venues after the Olympics? One will be a mall.

*Team USA hockey players revealed a new talent: interior design!

*The thoughtful Olympians also attract cats:

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