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December 22nd, 2014
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SOCHI SCENE: Mind the snow!

02/11/2014 12:41am
"Attention, Olympic snow!" Now that's an eye-catching sign.

US hockey GM Poile can't go to Sochi after injury

02/11/2014 1:00am
David Poile earned a chance to be general manager of the U.S. hockey team after paying his dues as an NHL general manager for more than three decades and giving up a lot of his free time to help USA Hockey.

Olympic men's halfpipe schedule unchanged

02/11/2014 1:30am
The men's Olympic halfpipe competition will begin with qualifying at 2 p.m. local time as originally planned.

Olympic halfpipe problems mounting

02/11/2014 2:12am
Rider after rider took a crash course Monday night on an Olympic halfpipe that looked only half ready with less than 24 hours until men's competition is set to start.

SOCHI SCENE: Love those spills

02/11/2014 2:17am
Like rubber-necking motorists who crawl past a car wreck, television viewers seem to be intrigued by young Olympians falling down in the snow.

2010 Olympic champ to serve as US envoy

02/11/2014 2:26am
Evan Lysacek will travel from the Sochi Olympics to St. Petersburg on Saturday as part of the U.S. State Department envoy program.

White says he's antsy; thanks his fans

02/11/2014 2:31am
Shaun White says he's antsy about his upcoming chance to make history on the halfpipe and, in a shoutout to his fans, thanks them for supporting his decisions.

SOCHI SCENE: Adjusting expectations

02/11/2014 2:42am
The Olympics are the athletic pinnacle. The athletes who arrived in Sochi for the Winter Games got here thanks in large part due to an innate will to win and a competitive edge that knows no bounds.

SOCHI SCENE: Ole Only

02/11/2014 3:28am
It's approaching midnight on Monday, four hours after the Olympic men's 12.5-kilometer pursuit has ended.

Canadian Tsubota injured in scary slopestyle crash

02/11/2014 3:32am
Women's slopestyle skier Yuki Tsubota of Canada was taken off the course following a scary crash at the end of her second run in the finals.

SOCHI SCENE: Dog Lover's Quest

02/11/2014 3:34am
Amanda Bird is trying to take Sochi home with her. Literally.

Bode Miller regrets not having eye surgery

02/11/2014 3:36am
The way Bode Miller skis, vision is everything.

SOCHI SCENE: Too many jackets

02/11/2014 3:45am
When Yuka Sato and husband Jason Dungjen go to their closets, they need to be very careful.

Sochi's merchants ride Putin's Olympic dream

02/11/2014 3:58am
Vladimir Putin isn't the only one with a lot riding on the success of the Sochi Olympics. Local businesses and residents have a lot to gain if these Olympics fulfill Putin's pledge to turn Sochi and its environs from a summer playground for well-off Russians into a year-round international resort for everyone.

Jason Brown hopes to skate in 2 more Olympics

02/11/2014 4:26am
American teen Jason Brown wants to skate in two more Olympics.

Captain Datsyuk is healthy, will play for Russia

02/11/2014 4:38am
Pavel Datsyuk won't allow a nagging injury to keep him out of the biggest event of his hockey life.

10 Things to Know About Olympic Hockey

02/11/2014 4:40am
The ice surface is bigger, the pay non-existent and what used to mean bragging rights around the world in the days of dueling superpowers counts for less now that everyone wound up on the same side of capitalism. The trade-off is that you might see one, and as many four, hockey games better-played than anything in an entire season of National Hockey League contests. Here's a look at the upcoming Olympic men's hockey tournament.

Plushenko to skate 7th, Chan 21st in men's short

02/11/2014 4:45am
Evgeni Plushenko didn't get any edge in the draw for Thursday's men's short program at the Sochi Games.

SOCHI SCENE: Russian star power

02/11/2014 5:32am
The main news conference room at the media center in Sochi has seemed comically oversized for most of these games, with a couple dozen reporters filing into the 530-seat hall for various question-and-answer sessions.

SOCHI SCENE: `Calculated oblivion'

02/11/2014 5:35am
To U.S. figure skater Jason Brown, everything on the ice is a blur.

SOCHI SCENE: Wax matters

02/11/2014 5:43am
Hours before the start of any cross-country skiing or biathlon race at the Sochi Olympics, the wax cabins next to the courses are already a hive of activity. It's here, inside the barrack-like structures, that gold medals can be won or lost before the skiers even get to the starting line.

SOCHI SCENE: India's back

02/11/2014 5:48am
It's probably the most important moment Olympic athletes can have besides competing: Walking in the opening ceremony for their country.

SOCHI SCENE: Torchbearer's tweet

02/11/2014 6:33am
She lit the Olympic cauldron. Now she's trying to put out a different kind of fire.

Canada's Howell rules women's slopestyle skiing

02/11/2014 6:38am
The lasting image of freestyle skiing pioneer Sarah Burke is her ever-present smile, the one that helped inspire kids across Canada to slap on their skis and open their minds.

Steenkamp's mother to attend Pistorius trial

02/11/2014 7:06am
The mother of Oscar Pistorius' slain girlfriend will attend the double-amputee Olympian's murder trial next month to get "closure," Reeva Steenkamp's family said Tuesday as the anniversary of the shooting death that shocked millions and put a national hero in the dock approaches.

Athletes back to India from indy in Sochi Games

02/11/2014 7:35am
Shiva Keshavan and two other athletes are going from indy to India at the Sochi Games.

SOCHI SCENE: Amid fans, the dead

02/11/2014 8:33am
Stadiums, the Olympic torch, food stalls - what else can you expect to see in an Olympic park? In Sochi: a cemetery.

3 Utahns go for gold in same event

02/11/2014 8:52am
Women's ski jumping makes its Olympic debut Tuesday. All three members of the U.S. team are from Utah.

SOCHI SCENE: Tree Climbing

02/11/2014 8:57am
Alpine skiing coaches are also expert tree climbers.

SOCHI SCENE: A head of the game

02/11/2014 8:59am
Now that's headgear.

SOCHI SCENE: She'll be back

02/11/2014 9:08am
Freeskier Julia Marino wiped out on her final jump of the slopestyle completion Tuesday and had to climb all the way up the hill to fetch her skis.

Falla of Norway wins women's cross-country sprint

02/11/2014 9:13am
Even when Marit Bjoergen has a rare off-day, her teammates can still bring Olympic medals home to Norway.

SOCHI SCENE: For love of the ski

02/11/2014 9:13am
A rough landing during training turned Slovakia slopestyle skier Natalia Slepecka's left knee into a jumbled mess.

Lipnitskaia flies home to Moscow to train

02/11/2014 9:16am
Figure skating phenomenon Julia Lipnitskaia has returned to Moscow to train for what she hopes will be another gold medal.

Volunteers smuggle Sochi dogs out of town

02/11/2014 9:23am
Alexei stops in his tracks as he sees a half-breed Labrador snooping around at a cafe's back door.

How warm weather affects Winter Olympics' sports

02/11/2014 9:36am
A look at how warmer weather affects athletes in various outdoor sports at the Winter Olympics:

Sochi chief: No need to use stored snow _ yet

02/11/2014 9:51am
Sochi Olympic organizers see no need to bring in stored snow to cope with the warm temperatures in the mountains _ but are ready to do so if necessary.

Tretiak says US taught Russians a lesson in 1980

02/11/2014 10:07am
Vladislav Tretiak initially deflected a question as if he was making a kick save to keep a puck out of his net.

SOCHI SCENE: Spartan by choice

02/11/2014 10:46am
When the American basketball team went to the London Olympics, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and the rest of them didn't stay with the rest of Team USA in the Spartan accommodations of the athletes' village. They were put up in a posh hotel with heightened security, large, soft beds and gourmet breakfast.

SOCHI SCENE: Proud Parents

02/11/2014 10:51am
They sat together like proud parents, witnessing the birth of a child. And in many respects they were.

SOCHI SCENE: Quick quote: Ligocki's board

02/11/2014 10:57am
Poland's Michal Ligocki couldn't put together a clean run Tuesday in the men's snowboard halfpipe, finishing 16th of 19 and failing to qualify for the semifinals or finals.

Domracheva wins Olympic gold in 10K pursuit

02/11/2014 11:09am
Darya Domracheva's dream to be a flag bearer for Belarus at the Sochi Olympics has come true, just four days after she turned down a chance to carry the red and green flag in the games' opening ceremony.

Hattestad wins men's Olympic cross-country sprint

02/11/2014 11:09am
On a day of slips, falls and crashes, Ola Vigen Hattestad took the safest route to an Olympic gold _ staying in front from beginning to end.

South Korea's Lee wins gold in women's 500 meters

02/11/2014 11:15am
Lee Sang-hwa burst off the line with a flawless start. She built up speed with each stride on the front straightway _ her arms swinging powerfully, her body low to the ice.

Outdoor Olympic athletes adjusting to warm weather

02/11/2014 11:29am
Cross-country skiers are looking for precisely the right wax to cut through the mush. Jumpers are trying to land in snow that's way too soft. Freestyle skiers and snowboarders are bailing out of their best tricks on courses that, even way up on the mountain, are melting under the Sochi sun.

Shaun White celebrates qualifying for halfpipe final with 2 cancer patients

02/11/2014 11:33am
Hours before he went for the win, Shaun White already had delivered a gold-medal moment. Shortly after qualifying for the Olympic halfpipe final Tuesday, White vaulted the barriers separating him from the fans and gave two young cancer patients high-fives and hugs.

Shaun White celebrates qualifying for halfpipe final with 2 cancer patients

02/11/2014 11:33am
Hours before he went for the win, Shaun White already had delivered a gold-medal moment. Shortly after qualifying for the Olympic halfpipe final Tuesday, White vaulted the barriers separating him from the fans and gave two young cancer patients high-fives and hugs.

Randall out early in women's cross-country sprint

02/11/2014 11:37am
Kikkan Randall's attempt at becoming the first American woman to win an Olympic cross-country skiing medal fell well short Tuesday when she was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the women's individual freestyle sprint.

Natalie Geisenberger wins Olympic luge title

02/11/2014 11:49am
Finally, Olympic gold for Germany's Natalie Geisenberger.

Fasel will work hard to keep NHL in Olympics

02/11/2014 11:54am
Rene Fasel is on a mission to keep hockey in the Olympics as compelling and competitive as possible, and it's going to be a tougher task for the president of the International Ice Hockey Federation in the next four years.

SOCHI SCENE: Just call him I-Pod

02/11/2014 12:14pm
Iouri Podladtchikov has delivered the stunner of these Sochi Games, besting American snowboarding icon Shaun White in the halfpipe to win the gold medal.

SOCHI SCENE: She shoots, she scores

02/11/2014 12:16pm
Goalkeeper Jennifer Harss of Germany reaches for the puck as Johanna Olofsson's of Sweden shot gets by her for a goal in this photo captured by the AP's Mark Blinch.

SOCHI SCENE: Chasing Chara

02/11/2014 12:17pm
U.S. pairs champions Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir are from the Boston area. So naturally, they were eager to meet Bruins captain Zdeno Chara at the Sochi Olympics.

White falls to the I-Pod in Olympic stunner

02/11/2014 12:23pm
The men's halfpipe results were Tuesday afternoon. Did any of the Americans get on the platform? Find out who won here.

White falls to the I-Pod in Olympic stunner

02/11/2014 12:23pm
The men's halfpipe results were Tuesday afternoon. Did any of the Americans get on the platform? Find out who won here.

Volosozhar-Trankov lead pairs after short program

02/11/2014 1:07pm
Maxim Trankov patted the ice then kissed his hand.

Column: A giant leap but also small step for women

02/11/2014 2:37pm
Two giant leaps by a 22-year-old woman, and another small step for womankind.

Quotes from pioneering women in ski jumping

02/11/2014 2:55pm
Here is a selection of quotes from competitors in the first ever Olympic ski jump event for women, on how it felt to make history on Tuesday:

White falls to the I-Pod in Olympic stunner

02/11/2014 3:15pm
Maybe it was all too much. Or maybe just one of those bad nights. That debate will last a long time.

Podladtchikov revels in golden Olympic run

02/11/2014 3:34pm
Iouri Podladtchikov has always been about putting together the pieces. The process is what matters to the innovative if inconsistent snowboarder they call "I-Pod."

NBC's Costas sitting out with eye infection

02/11/2014 7:17pm
With Bob Costas sidelined with an infection that has reddened both his eyes and blurred his vision, "Today" show anchor Matt Lauer filled in Tuesday on NBC's prime-time Olympics coverage.

NBC's Costas sitting out with eye infection

02/11/2014 7:17pm
With Bob Costas sidelined with an infection that has reddened both his eyes and blurred his vision, "Today" show anchor Matt Lauer filled in Tuesday on NBC's prime-time Olympics coverage.

Olympic legend Eric Heiden gives back to U.S. Olympics

02/11/2014 8:03pm
Carole Mikita sits down with five-time gold medalist Eric Heiden about his gold medal days and his contributions to the current U.S. speed skating team.

Feb. 11 Olympics recap

02/11/2014 8:33pm
The most decorated country in Winter Olympic history earned four more medals Tuesday, and the most famous snowboarder in the world had his hopes for a third straight gold in the halfpipe dashed.

Feb. 11 Olympics recap

02/11/2014 8:33pm
The most decorated country in Winter Olympic history earned four more medals Tuesday, and the most famous snowboarder in the world had his hopes for a third straight gold in the halfpipe dashed.

Park City friends, families react to the Utah pioneers in the women's ski jump

02/11/2014 9:37pm
Nkoyo Iyamba went to Park City to watch the Olympics with friends and families of the ski jump pioneer women.

Carina Vogt wins first-ever women's ski jump

02/11/2014 11:15pm
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 wins first-ever women's ski jump

02/11/2014 11:15pm
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.
 
   
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