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2014 Winter Olympics

2014 Winter Olympics
A collection of news and information related to 2014 Winter Olympics published by this site and its partners.

Top 2014 Winter Olympics Articles

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  • Sandro Viletta wins gold in men's super combined at Sochi Olympics

    SOCHI, Russia — For Sandro Viletta, it was a stunning Olympic gold. For Ivica Kostelic, it was the same old Olympic silver. The Swiss winner took advantage of a blistering slalom run to beat the favored Kostelic in Friday's super-combined, a...
  • Sochi Olympics: Men's hockey playoff schedule set; Kopitar feels better

    SOCHI, Russia -- Host Russia, forced to play an extra game because it didn’t finish in the top four in preliminary-round play and didn’t get a bye into the hockey playoff quarterfinals, will face Norway at 4:30 p.m. (local time) Tuesday in one...
  • Olympic track worker hospitalized after being struck by bobsled

    Olympic track worker hospitalized after being struck by bobsled
    SOCHI, Russia -- A track worker was injured Thursday at the Sanki Sliding Center when a bobsled hit him at the beginning of a training session. Video of the incident shows three workers walking on the track as the forerunner barreled toward the finish...
  • Sochi Olympics: France sweeps men's freestyle ski cross

    Sochi Olympics: France sweeps men's freestyle ski cross
    SOCHI, Russia – The fab threesome of U.S. freeskiers Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper landed on the cover of a limited edition of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes cereal box after sweeping the slopestyle podium. Now that the French trio...
  • Sochi Olympics: Bode Miller wins another race that doesn't count

    Sochi Olympics: Bode Miller wins another race that doesn't count
    SOCHI, Russia -- Two days after finishing eighth in the Olympic men’s downhill he desperately wanted to win, Bode Miller won another downhill training run. This first-place finish came Tuesday in training for Friday’s super combined, in...
  • Short-track speedskaters get 2nd-class treatment

    SOCHI, Russia — It's never easy being the youngest. But what if you had to live up to the standards of your much older and established sibling and do it while sharing your room with someone you had little in common with? Then you might have a...
  • Top bobsled driver defends Olympic team choices

    The top U.S. women’s bobsled driver has defended the decision that made Lolo Jones one of the three sled pushers on the 2014 Olympic team. In a Friday post to her Facebook page, driver Elana Meyers did not mention any of the athletes by name but...
  • IOC reinstates Indian delegation for Sochi Olympics

    IOC reinstates Indian delegation for Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia -- Three Indian athletes at these 2014 Sochi Olympics are no longer men without a country. The two skiers and a luger marched in the opening ceremony under the Olympic flag because their national committee had been suspended for improper...
  • NHL is open to future participation in Olympics, key official says

    NHL is open to future participation in Olympics, key official says
    SOCHI, Russia -- Although the NHL has not committed to sending its players to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, many players and Team Canada executive Steve Yzerman have strongly endorsed the idea of again allowing the league's players...
  • Olympics 2014: Bode Miller, Julia Mancuso shine in downhill training

    Olympics 2014: Bode Miller, Julia Mancuso shine in downhill training
    SOCHI, Russia -- The U.S. Alpine skiing team got off to a rousing Sochi start Thursday by winning two medals on the first day of downhill training. Oh wait, they don’t hand out medals for training runs, but skiing fast in practice is still...
  • Vic Wild wins second snowboard gold at Sochi Olympics

    Vic Wild wins second snowboard gold at Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia — Congratulatory messages started coming from time zones near and far. One, however, was particularly startling to the new Olympic gold medalist. Vic Wild, the American-born snowboarder who is competing for Russia, received a message...