Lindsey Vonn joins TODAY to discuss what it is like being in the Olympic spotlight. Vonn says one of the hardest parts of being an Olympian is understanding the pressure and rising to the occasion.
Past and potential Olympians share the significance and the late-night misadventures behind their tattoos.
A Carey Price shutout backed up goals by Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz as Canada won men's hockey gold for the third time in four Olympics.
Check out the top moments from Nordic combined at the Sochi Olympics.
Italy's Christof Innerhofer goes nuts after winning the silver medal in men's downhill despite narrowly missing gold by six one-hundredths of a second.
Check out all nine goals scored by the U.S. women's hockey team in just 30 seconds. Team USA broke multiple records with their scoring barrage on Monday, including the record for the three quickest goals in Olympic hockey history.
In the third period of its game against Russia, Japan scored their first goal at the Olympics in 16 years. It came when Ayaka Toko took a shot from just inside the blue line that snuck by the Russian goalie to tie the game at one goal apiece.
U.S. teen Mikaela Shiffrin thrilled her legion of fans with a runner-up finish in the giant slalom in Beaver Creek.
Check out a comprehensive look at the freeski halfpipe event, making its debut in Sochi.
Revisit some of the best performances by American athletes from Day 4 of the Sochi Olympics, including snowboarding, ski jumping, pairs figure skating, curling and more.
Their athletic feats may seem superhuman, but when they aren't competing Olympic athletes have favorite outfits, celebrity crushes and bad dance moves just like the rest of us.
Morning Start: For the first time in Olympic alpine history, Slovenia's Tina Maze and Dominique Gisin of Switzerland tied for gold in women's downhill. NBC's Julie Donaldson breaks down the event, as well as men's curling and looks ahead to today's action including Shani Davis' race to 1000m three-peat.
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.
Check out the recap of the women's sprint free final. In a race that came down the last second, Maiken Caspersen Falla earned the gold, while Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg barely edged out Vesna Fabjan at the finish line to take hold of the silver medal.
Lindsey Van and Sarah Hendrickson describe what it means to apart of the first U.S. women's ski jumping team at the Olympics and call themselves Olympians.
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