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Latest Winter Games Items
The Sochi Winter Games organizers say the Olympic flame has traveled to the North Pole aboard a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson, 23, who scored the game-winner in the gold medal game at the 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, is among 48 players working out this week for USA Hockey officials at the Capitals' training complex.
If social media had sound, they would be sending forth peals of laughter on Wednesday over President Obama's erroneous reference of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics during a previous evening appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Organizers presented the medals featuring a "patchwork quilt" design representing the different regions of Russia, which will be hosting its first Winter Games next February in the Black Sea resort.
NBC officials said at a news conference Tuesday that the network will televise events the night of Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. That night's coverage will include slopestyle snowboarding, likely starring American boarder Shaun White.
Poor ol' Mitt Romney. He forgot politicians are supposed to cater to the media. And when he spoke truth to power of the left-wing comme il faut Anglo-American journalist mob, they came down on him like the proverbial ton of bricks.
First a ban. Now a bad leg. Just getting to London has been difficult for LaShawn Merritt.
Mitt Romney returned to Salt Lake City on Saturday to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 2002 Winter Games he helped lead, but the GOP presidential candidate came under attack for urging the federal government to provide big bucks for Olympic expenses.
NBC retained its hold on U.S. Olympic television rights Tuesday in a four-games deal through 2020 worth about $4.4 billion, defeating rival bids from ESPN and Fox, officials with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press.