As the competition ends in Sochi, the world recalls their favorite moments of the Russian games.
Does the Russian word "zoloto" mean A. Gold; B. Silver; or C. Bronze?
The U.S. men's hockey team are getting ready for USA-Canada part 2.
Does the Russian word "pobeda" mean A. Podium; B. Victory; or C. Medal?
The US Women's hockey team is preparing to compete for a gold medal.
Does the Russian word "konkurentsiya" mean A. Athlete; B. Competition; or C. Event?
Does the Russian word "kholodnyy" mean A. Windy; B. Warm; or C. Cold?
Does the Russian word "gory" mean A. Mountains, B. Bobsled, or C. Track?
Highlights of Team USA's competition and achievements at the winter games in Russia.
Visitors to the winter games in Sochi are flocking to, oddly enough, the beach!
Was it as grand as THE "miracle on ice"? Probably not, but Men's USA Hockey win over host nation Russia was still sweet.
Lake Tahoe snowboarder is watching the competition in Sochi with excitement about the growing popularity of the sport.
Winner of America's first gold medal in Sochi games is celebrating with family and friends in Park City.
From spa treatments and delicious food to diapers, family members of Olympic athletes are being well cared for inside Olympic Park.
Dr. Terry Orr has cared for winter Olympians from more than four winter games, including Sochi, Salt Lake and Lake Placid.
For warmer climate ski areas, like those around Sochi, fake snow making is serious business.
Olympic veteran shares his winter games experience and recalls the sacrifices and accomplishments he made going for the gold.
Three New York gymnasts are pursuing their Olympic dreams, training now as members of the U.S. National Aerial Ski Team.
Members of the U.S. Junior Luge Team are focused on perfecting their skills and making it to the next winter games.
Neile Jones got to interview past olympic gold winner Kristi Yamaguchi to get her perspective on what it's like to compete, and more.
Does the Russian word "led" mean A. Snow; B. Ice; or C. Sleet?
Everyone at the Olympics seems to have their hearts set on taking something home from the games, whether its gold medals or souvenirs.
Does the phrase "khokkey s shayboy" mean A. Ice Hockey; B. Hockey Puck; or C. Hockey Arena?
Here's more of our special interview with the Today Show hosts who share some advice.
Tuesday night Erin Hamlin put the hammer down and slid into history.
Does the Russian phrase "zimniye vidy sporta" mean A. Sports Mascot; B. Sports Gear; or C. Winter Sports?
This week our team in Sochi caught up with the Today Show family to get an inside look on the teams Olympic experience.
Shaun White is hoping to fly to the top of the medal stand for a third time in the half-pipe Tuesday.. But there's concern.. After qualifying runs were delayed twice because of less than "golden" conditions..
The US men's hockey team is getting ready for the start of olympic play.
With temperatures in Sochi pleasantly mild, some are wondering if there's enough snow for the competitions.
Does the Russian phrase "komanda SSHA" mean A. Team U.S.A., B. Go U.S.A., or C. Wiin U.S.A.?
For athletes at the Olympics, handling the pressure of competition is one of their biggest challenges, a reality that American Freestyle Skier Hannah Kearney has dealt with at two Olympics with very different results.
Does the Russian word "kerling" mean A. skiing, B. curling, or C. bobsled?
SOCHI, Russia--About 10 minutes away from where athletes are competing for gold sits a small burrow called Adler that's bringing home the gold in a much different way.
The journey of an athlete is shared by their fans as well. Family members have a front row seat to the wins and the unfortunate moments of defeat.
The opening ceremonies in the 2014 Olympics delighted many, but one little gymnast stole everyone's heart.
Several members of the men's US short track speed skating team started their careers indoors with inline skating.
The Russian deputy prime minister says the level of security threats is "the same in Sochi as in Boston," the second day in a row that a Russian official has invoked the site of last year’s marathon bombings.
Does the Russian word "prazdnovaniye" mean A. Celebration, B. Ceremonies, or C. Competition?
Their fate is literally up in the air, what happens in the three seconds from launch to landing is judged with a very close eye.