Russian athletes won two medals, both bronze, at the XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi on February 10.

Russian athlete Viktor Ahn won a bronze medal in the 1,500-meter short track speed skating competition, while Alexander Smyshlyaev took bronze in men's mogul.

Five sets of medals were handed out at the Sochi Olympics on Monday.

Martin Fourcade (France) won gold in the biathlon 12.5km pursuit, Michel Mulder (the Netherlands) took gold in the 500m speed skating in Sochi, Canada's Charles Hamelin won the short track gold, Germany's Maria Hofl-Riesch won the super combined skiing gold medal, and Canada's Alex Bilodeau won the gold medal in men's mogul.

Monday's silver medals were taken by Czech Ondrej Moravec in biathlon, Jan Smeekens (the Netherlands) in speed skating, Han Tianyu (China) in short track, Nicole Hosp (Austria) in super combined alpine skiing, and Mikael Kingsberry (Canada) in mogul.

Russia is now in sixth place at the Sochi Olympics medal standings with one gold, two silver and three bronze medals.

Canada currently tops the Olympics medal standings with three gold medals and one bronze medal. The Netherlands is in second place (3,2,2), and Norway is in third place (2,1,4).

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