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Latest Winter Games Items
Arctic Winter Games athletes are taking their game to students. Athletes from the Alaska team arrived at Woodriver Elementary School to work out with kids and talk about the importance of active play every day.
Hundreds of New Hampshire athletes, supporters and volunteers are heading to Waterville Valley for the 38th annual Special Olympics State Winter Games.
Months before the 2014 Special Olympics Connecticut Winter Games began this weekend, Bud Meyers, a retired transportation supervisor at Connecticut Light and Power, left his home outside Hardy, Neb., for the 1,500-mile drive to Simsbury to make snow and do other jobs.
Latvia's Olympic Committee secretary general says a second player on its national men's ice hockey team is suspected to have tested positive for a banned substance at the Sochi Winter Games.
Sochi Games dual gold medallist Sven Kramer says he plans to keep speedskating until the next Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Maria Komissarova writes on Instagram, "I don't feel my body below my navel. But I am strong and I know that I'll be able to stand on my legs again some day."
Olympic skicross racer Maria Komissarova of Russia remains confident of walking again despite having no feeling in her legs.
Jason Collins heard his name called by Nets coach Jason Kidd early in the second quarter and headed to the scorer's table to check in.
After 17 days of global sport and spotlight, Sochi ended the spirited chants of "Ro-ssi-ya! Ro-ssi-ya!" and started cleaning up.