Several American women, all on skis, hope to make their marks, and even take medals, at the Sochi Games. Let's meet these Olympians.
For Olympic host cities, the real challenge begins after the Closing Ceremonies, when they must find uses for the expensive stadiums and athletes' villages after the Games are over.
The Sochi Olympics are over, and now President Vladimir Putin has to decide if they were worth it. By many measures, it was a very successful Olympics.
Russia somewhat surprisingly won the medal count at the Sochi Olympics with a well-rounded team that included a few key additions. Team USA still set some records, though.
As of Saturday night at the Sochi Olympics, Team USA is all but guaranteed not to win the gold or overall medal count. Problems in US speedskating and figure skating are one reason.
This time, it was the Canadian men who held off the Americans in the semifinal round of the hockey tournament at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
American Kaitlyn Farrington triumphs in the women's snowboarding halfpipe, while Russia re-takes its historic position as the dominant force in pairs figure skating.
Speed skating, women's halfpipe, ice hockey, and pairs figure skating headline today's events at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Women's ski jumping entered the Olympics in captivating style Tuesday night, and for pioneer Lindsey Van, battered by the long fight for acceptance, it was the moment of a lifetime.
Katie Uhlaender will race on a track where she finished second a year ago behind teammate Noelle Pikus-Pace, a medal favorite in Sochi after missing the podium by one-tenth of a second in 2010.
Danny Davis triumphed at the Winter X Games two weeks ago with lots of stylish tricks — fancy grabs, tough spins — but skipped the gymnastics-like moves that Shaun White will try.