2014 Winter Olympics
As many sports fans have caught the Olympic spirit, I’ve been asked about my favorite Olympic moments, having covered six Olympic Games through the years. Here are my top three.
It’s an issue that comes up in the early days of almost every Olympics: What to do about those empty seats and lack of buzz? It’s the case again in Sochi.
“Single room was nice just wish I had one of those stray dogs to keep me company,” Jones tweeted, referring to the dogs who were spotted all over the Sochi area in the days before the Olympics opened.
One gold down for Maria Hoefl-Riesch. The German skier won her third Olympic gold medal in only her sixth Olympic race Monday, using her slalom skills to surge ahead of her rivals and take the super-combined title.
A Russia in search of global vindication kicked off the Sochi Olympics looking more like a Russia that likes to party, with a pulse-raising opening ceremony about fun and sports instead of terrorism, coddling despots and gay rights.
Want to get ready for the games? Here are five things you’ll want to know about the 2014 Winter Olympics.
USA Hockey will bring a tremendously experienced and deep squad to Sochi in hopes of capturing the gold medal.
A deadly suicide bombing in Russia has raised security concerns for the Winter Olympics.
A Russian rocket soared into the cosmos Thursday carrying the Sochi Olympic torch and three astronauts to the International Space Station ahead of the first-ever spacewalk for the symbol of peace.
If anyone can come back from a devastating injury, it’s Lindsey Vonn. She’s a champion and as determined as they come!