If the openly LGBT athletes were a team at Sochi, they would have more medals than Team GB.
With just seven openly gay Olympians competing in the Games, and all women, they proved to be victorious.
Ireen Wüst was the biggest medal-winner of the seven athletes, winning one gold and three silvers. She still has to compete in the Ladies’ Team Pursuit on Friday (21 February).
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz, the Austrian ski jumper, won silver in the normal hill individual.