Watch as Erin Hamlin makes U.S. luge Olympic history by grabbing the first medal for any American singles luge athlete in the Winter Games.
A host of past Russian medalists carry the Olympic flame as it completes its worldwide journey, finally resting in the cauldron near Sochi's Medals Plaza.
Preview the breathtaking sights and sounds of Sochi, Russia as the city has been preparing for this moment, the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, for years.
A combination of vivid colors, dancers and acrobats turns the Opening Ceremony into an exotic carnival.
Morning Start: Aleksandr Legkov led a Russian medal sweep in the men's 50-kilometer cross-country race Sunday. Dario Cologna's ski broke shortly after the 45km mark, ending his chances for a third gold in Sochi. NBC's Julie Donaldson breaks down the results and shares the amazing athletic accomplishments from the Winter Olympics.
High drama fills the Iceberg Skating Palace as figure skating s ladies strive for grace under pressure.
Eighteen-year-old Gracie Gold aims to be America's sweetheart come Sochi 2014. Get to know the teenager who is skating her way to the top of the sport.
Team USA s Mikaela Shiffrin, after nearly losing complete control during her second run, hangs on and wins gold in women's slalom.
Bode Miller finishes his training run with a 2:07.75 to lead all skiers during the first official men's downhill training run.
Morning Start: Team USA's Bode Miller was in medal contention on the top section of the run but lost speed when he clipped a gate. Austrian Matthias Mayer surprised the favorites and won the downhill gold medal.
Morning Start: The Opening Ceremony for the Sochi Winter Games will welcome more than 3000 athletes from 88 nations, kicking off the 2014 Olympics. Julie Donaldson previews tonight's festivities and breaks down the action from men's downhill and luge.
The Jamaican bobsled team moves to a new beat during their runs at the Sochi Olympics. Listen in as 'The Bobsled Song' coincides with one of Jamaica's runs in the two-man bobsled event
U.S. women's hockey team captain Julie Chu credits her mother and father with giving her the confidence to pursue such a tough sport. Commitment, honor, unity this is the family philosophy that continues to guide this three-time Olympic medalist.
Azcentral sports Bob Young and Paola Boivin discuss how one day after the Canadian women shocked the U.S. in ice hockey, the Canadian men beat the Americans to advance to the gold-medal game.
Fresh Take: The women s slalom unfolded the classic tale of the student unseating the master when 18-year-old American Mikaela Shiffrin beat out Marlies Schild to take gold, leaving the silver for the Austrian.
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