Are Canadians bitter that despite the $100 million they shelled out to host the Winter Olympics, the U.S. is taking over their home turf? Just eight days into the Games, the U.S. has already won 20 medals, leading second-place Germany by seven. That pace beats the U.S.'s record rate, in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, by nine medals. If Americans win the lead in Vancouver, it would be the first time since the 1932 Winter Games at Lake Placid that the U.S. would be the overall medal leader. On Saturday, Olympic sweetheart Lindsey Vonn won the bronze in the Super-G. Shani Davis, though expected to win the gold in the men's 1,500 meter speedskating, ended up with silver.