A look back at some of the best sports that are no longer sports in the winter games.
Hi-tech advances just may help give some athletes the edge they need to win.
The figure skater fights for gold amid her controversial addition to the U.S. Olympic team. Could Sochi be her moment?
Sochi will feature a brand new Olympic event for women: ski jumping.
The Olympics didn't go as planned in 1980, when dozens of countries boycotted the Games because of certain actions by the Soviet Union.
Identical twins Lanny and Tracy Barnes both made the Olympic team back in 2006. But this time around, Lanny got sick and her Sochi prospects dimmed -- until, that is, her sister Tracy stepped in.
Long track speed skater Shani Davis has the opportunity to become the first man to win gold medals in the same event in three consecutive Olympic Winter Games. In addition to his quickness, endurance, and skating prowess, Davis will be wearing one of the most advanced competition suits ever engineered. 'Science and Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games' is produced in partnership with the National Science Foundation. NBC Sports Liam McHugh reports.
Snow is an essential part of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. How it's formed and how it reacts has been studied by scientists for centuries and continues to this day by scientists like glaciologist Sarah Konrad and chemist Cort Anastasio. 'Science and Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games is produced in partnership with the National Science Foundation. NBC Sports Liam McHugh reports.
The unique surface of ice allows the slide and glide of winter sports to happen, with ice specially created to serve the needs of various Olympic events. 'Science and Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games is produced in partnership with the National Science Foundation. NBC Sports Liam McHugh reports.
The Russian Olympic committee unveils the various different uniforms for the 2014 Sochi games.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White have been ice dancing since 1997. They stopped by the Orange Room to share a few secrets that only they know about each other.
A judge has granted a temporary settlement granting joint custody to the Olympic skier and his ex-girlfriend Sara McKenna through March, allowing Miller to take their 9-month-old son to Sochi, Russia with him for his final Olympic games.
In preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, Kathie Lee quizzes visitors to the NBC Experience store on some Olympic-related facts.
Torin Yater-Wallace and Sarah Hendrickson are competing for spots in new Olympic events this year, the ski half-pipe and women s ski-jumping, respectively. They tell TODAY how they re training to reserve their spots on the Olympic team.
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