Sochi Closes Winter Olympics in the Glow of Success
The Sochi Winter Games closes on Sunday, February 23, 2014 with the whole country basking in athletic achievements and compliments from the Olympic chief.
v Interview with Dutch Speedskating Olympic Champion
v Canada Beats USA in Women's Hockey Final
v Nothing Is Impossible in Sochi
v Technology Changes Winter Olympics
v Interview with Head Coach of Chinese Curling Team
v China's Much-Anticipated First Gold Medal Won Unexpectedly
• China Wins Men's Aerials Bronze at Sochi
China's Jia Zongyang won the men's aerials bronze medal with 95.06 points at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games on Monday, Feb, 17, 2014, as Anton Kushnir of Belarus took the Gold with 134.50.
Zhou Yang Retains Women's 1,500m Short Track Title at Sochi
China Misses Women's Aerials Gold at Sochi
China Extends Unbeaten Run in Men's Curling
China's Han, Chen Make Unexpected Men's 1,500m Final in Sochi 2014
China Seventh Place at Figure Skating Team Event at Sochi Olympics
Organizers Laugh at Opening Ceremony Glitch
Russia showed their humorous side in the Olympic closing ceremony on Sunday as they made fun of a glitch in the Olympic opening ceremony.
Zubkov Wins Russia's Second Bobsleigh Gold
Russia Sweeps 50km Podium
Maze Wins Women's Giant Slalom, Violin Virtuoso Vanakorn Completes 2 Runs
Frenchman Valtier Wins Snowboard Cross
Victor An Wins Men's 1,000m Short Track Title for Russia
Sochi 2014
The 2014 Winter Olympics, officially the XXII Olympic Winter Games, or the 22nd Winter Olympics, are scheduled to take place from 6 to 23 February 2014, in Sochi, Russia.
Sochi Stories
Interview with Local Citizen
Interview with Winston Watts
Interview with Stefan Groothuis
Interview with Marcel Rocque
China at the Winter Olympics
• LONDON 2012
• BEIJING 2008