Keir Simmons breaks down the closing ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics and runs through some Olympic controversies.
Pavel Datsyuk slices his way through Team USA's defense and buries a shot deep in Jonathan Quick's goal to give Russia a 1-0 lead.
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.
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.
Check out all of T.J. Oshie's shots during his heroic performance in the shootout of USA victory over Russia.
Shaun White finishes in fourth place after a disappointing performance in the men's halfpipe final.
USA's T.J. Oshie talks with Dan Patrick in detail about his incredible performance against the Russian hockey team.
Fedor Tyutin takes a long shot from just inside the blue line that sneaks by Jonathan Quick for what looked like the go-ahead goal. After consulting replay, the goal was waved off because the net was off of its moorings before the shot went in.
Take a listen to 1's Russian-language broadcast of the final three shots of the USA-Russia shootout from Saturday: Sergei Bobrovsky s save on T.J. Oshie, Jonathan Quick s save on Ilya Kovalchuk and finally, Oshie s game-winner.
President Barack Obama talks with NBC's Bob Costas about whether or not he would endorse another Olympics on United States soil. Obama says America's love for sports and successful track record hosting large scale events makes the United States an ideal candidate to host future Olympics. Ultimately, the president would love to see the Olympics back in the country. The president also discussed his relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Witness 1000 years of Russian history in just three minutes.
Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee and 1976 Olympic champion in fencing, addresses the Olympic stadium during the Opening Ceremony.
Pavel Datsyuk scores his second goal, this one on a power play, to bring the game even between Russia and the United States.
Check out the all eight rounds of the shootout between Russia and the United States in just two minutes. T.J. Oshie plays the hero, scoring on four of his six chances.
Members of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs choir perform a rousing rendition of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' before Friday's Opening Ceremony.
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