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The XXII WinterOlympic Games
What? Where? When? The 22nd Winter Olympic Games were held in Sochi, Russia from the 7th to the 23d of February. The motto of the Games was: “ Hot. Cool. Yours.” More than 2800 athletes from 88 countries competed in 15 disciplines of 7 winter sports.
Opening ceremony was held on February 7. The Games were officially opened by V. Putin.
. The events were held around two clusters of new venues (['venjuː] место); in an Olympic Park and the resort settlement of Krasnaya Polyana.
The Symbols of the 22nd Winter Olympic Games
Schedule and Results
Ice Cube Curling Center The stone used in curling weighs 44 pounds (19.96 kg), and it is made from a special type of granite quarried (quarry ['kwɒrɪ] каменоломня, карьер, добывать) on the Island of Ailsa Craig in Scotland
Curling Ladies Round Robin Session About discipline Curling is a game played between two teams composed of four players each. The game is played on ice, and members of both teams deliver a 19.96 kg stone towards a circular target area, called the "house" alternating with an opponent. The objective is to get the stone closer to the center of the house than any stone of the opposition.
12 February Tatiana Volosozhar/ Maxim Trankov won gold in pair skating and earned Russia's second gold medal at these Olympic Winter Games. Our Champions
Our Champions Alexander Tretiakov powered to victory in men's skeleton
Short track Russian short track speed skater Victor Ahn won two more Olympic golds on Friday and took his tally to six – the highest in the sport's history. About discipline Short track is a type of speed skating in which the athletes compete to cover a 111.12 meter oval ice track as quickly as possible. Viktor Ahn sets new short track record
Winter Olympics at Iceberg Skating Palace Ladies Free Skating gold medalist Adelina Sotnikova
Russian bobsleighers won the13th gold medal for the national team
Snowboard Men's Parallel Slalom Finals Vic Wild of Russia celebrates in the Snowboard Men's Parallel Slalom Semifinals
23 February Gold finish for the Russian skiers in the mass start Russia triumphed in the 50 km freestyle mass start race. Alexander Legkov, Maxim Vylegzhanin and Ilia Chernousov swept the entire set of medals of the Olympic mass start
Medal count Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Russian Fed. 13 11 9 33 2 Norway 11 5 10 26 3 Canada 10 10 5 25 4 United States 9 7 12 28 5 Netherlands 8 7 9 24 6 Germany 8 6 5 19 7 Switzerland 6 3 2 11 8 Belarus 5 0 1 6 9 10 Austria France 4 4 8 4 5 7 17 15
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