Winter Olympics 2014
The Dutch ruled in speedskating again, with Stefan Groothuis taking the gold in the 1,000 meters and upsetting two-time Olympic champion Shani Davis of the U.S.
The reign was over before Shaun White raised a hopeful finger signaling he was No. 1 as he crossed the finish line of the halfpipe. The judges weren't going to give him this one, and even he seemed to recognize that. Too many mistakes, and a gnarly trick pulled off to perfection by a rider known as I-Pod took care of that.
Based on training sessions in the Caucasus Mountains above Sochi, the battle for the Winter Olympics' first-ever gold medal in women's ski jumping was between Sara Takanashi and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz. Carina Vogt had other ideas.
With both eyes reddened by an infection, NBC's Bob Costas said Tuesday he will sit out the network's prime-time Olympics coverage for at least one night. "Today" show anchor Matt Lauer will take his place in Sochi.
Shaun White is eager for his chance at making history in the halfpipe contest, but conditions are deteriorating with warm temperatures in Sochi.
Emily Scott, who made the transition from inline to ice five years ago to compete in the Olympics, finished second in her heat Monday with a time of 45.210 seconds.
David Backes realizes every U.S. Olympic hockey team inevitably ends up in the vast shadow of the 1980 Miracle on Ice squad, which stunned the Soviet Union and eventually won gold in Lake Placid.
Shaun White could become the seventh athlete to win three straight golds in an individual Winter Olympics sport.
Ski jump training had to be canceled after warmer temperatures softened the snow.
For years, Julia Mancuso's skiing accomplishments — and there were many — were overshadowed by Lindsey Vonn's. When it comes to Olympic Alpine events, though, no American woman comes close.
These behind-the-scenes photos from athletes, Twitter lists for each sport and accounts with snarky commentary will make your second-screen experience a lively one.
Sports columnist Cathal Kelly is covering the Olympics in Sochi — everything from bobsled to what's buzzing in Russia on a given day.
Five Olympians won gold medals on Day 2, including American snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg.
The 36-year-old Miller hopes to hit his peak in the men's downhill skiing competition.
Loch entered these games as an overwhelming favorite to become third men's luger in history to defend his Olympic crown.
Sage Kotsenburg used a new trick — one he'd never tried — to claim his first Olympic gold medal in slopestyle snowboarding.
Fifteen-year-old Julia Lipnitskaia had the look of an Olympic champion on Saturday night, dazzling the home crowd with a near-perfect routine in the women's short program.
Justine Dufour-Lapointe knocked off the best moguls skier in the world to win Olympic gold.
Endless support allows Missouri speedskater Emily Scott to achieve her dream of competing in the Winter Olympics.
For people who don't know much about Russia, the ceremony's director, Konstantin Ernst, promised "relatively simple metaphors." Most of Friday's performance will instead lean on Russia's rich classical music traditions, with piano virtuoso Denis Matsuev performing and opera soprano Anna Netrebko singing the Olympic anthem.