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Olympic Park Sochi is situated on the Black sea coast, in the Imereti lowland. The construction of some objects of the Olympic Park was completed in late 2012 to 2013 conduct test competitions, and other objects completed in 2013.
On February 7, 2014 at the stadium «Fisht» took place the opening ceremony of the winter Olympic games. Here will be held a ceremony of closing them. The building of the Olympic Stadium «Fisht» is located in the Olympic Park so that the spectators can simultaneously observe mountain peaks in the North and the sea in the South. Olympic stadium «Fisht»
Ice Palace «Great» is part of a complex of objects of the International ice hockey Federation (IIHF), which includes an Ice Palace «Big» and the Ice Arena «Puck» for competitions in ice hockey and a training rink. All the facilities are in close proximity to each other, that will provide the most comfortable conditions for the athletes and guests of the Games. Ice Palace «Big»
Skating center «Adler-arena» is an oval stadium with two main paths and training. The dimensions of the ice track meet the standards of the International skating Union (track length - 400 m). In particular, the ice track is designed to provide the best possible times. Indoor speed skating center «Adler-arena» is located in the Central part of the Olympic Park. Adler-arena
In accordance with the concept of the Olympic games 2014 Winter Palace of Sports «iceberg» is assigned to one of the dominating roles. This determined the location of the Olympic Park, which will be the heart of the competitions in the coastal cluster. The Winter Palace of Sports «iceberg» - the collapsible type with the possibility of dismantling and transfer for the construction of the post-Olympic use as an Ice Palace of sports in other city in Russian Federation. «Iceberg»
Ski jumping is a sport in which skiers go down a take-off ramp, jump, and attempt to impress judges, who give points for style. The skis used for ski jumping are wide and long (260 to 275 centimeters (102 to 108 in)). Ski jumping is predominantly a winter sport, performed on snow, and is part of the Winter Olympic Games, but can also be performed in summer on artificial surfaces – porcelain or frost rail track on the inrun, plastic on the landing hill.
Ski jumping as a sport originated in Norway. Norwegian lieutenant Olaf Rye was the first known ski jumper. In 1809, he launched himself 9.5 meters in the air in front of soldiers. The very first recorded public competition was held at Trysil, Norway, on 22 January 1862.
At this first competition, judges already awarded points for style ("elegance and smoothness"), participants had to complete three jumps without falling and rules were agreed upon in advance. The first known female ski jumper participated at the Trysil competition in 1863.
The first widely known ski jumping competition was the Husebyrennene, held in Oslo in 1879, with Olaf Haugann of Norway setting the first world record for the longest ski jump at 20 meters Norway's Sondre Norheim jumped 30 meters over a rock. His record stood for three decades.
The technique involves acceleration, leaving the table separation, flight and landing phase. Harmonious implementation of all elements, the coordination body in the air - it's the most important technical elements in the arsenal jumper. At the moment of landing legs athlete must take a position referred to as "Telemark". To perform such a landing requiring high motor coordination and impeccable balance.
In 1989 skiing hopping there was a revolution. The sportsman from Sweden Ian Buckle first in the world to apply new technology to ski jump: he was in flight breed ski socks in hand, the style became known as a V - shaped. This innovation in technology due to greater aerodynamic effect increases the range on jumps by 10-20%. Now this technique is used all the strongest jump jumpers ski jumping.
February 16th at the Olympic Games in Sochi competitions in ski jumping on the trampoline K-125. Another chempiosky won the title Polish athlete Kamil Stoch, ahead of the winners - Noriaki Kasai Japanese and Slovenian Peter Prevtsa - by 1.3 and 3.9 points respectively. Best of Russians Dmitry Vasiliev took 26th place. Especially surprised everyone Noriaki Kasai, Japanese veteran came to the Olympics in great shape.
1. Kamil Stoch ( Poland) - 278.7 . 2 . Noriaki Kasai (Japan) - 277.4 . 3 . Peter Prevts (Slovenia) - 274.8 ... 26. Dmitry Vasilyev - 235.0 ... 29. Ilmir Hazetdinov - 220.8 ... 31. Denis Kornilov - 109.7 ... 48. Alexei Romashov (all - Russia) - 93.6 .
Кёрлинг - Curling Curling - a team sports game on the icy ground. Players at the two teams on the ice in turn allowed special heavy granite shells toward the marked target on the ice Curling
History of curling Curling originated in Scotland in the early XVI century, confirming the existence of this sports game is a sports curling stone on the surface of which is stamped date of manufacture - 1511, found at the bottom of the drained pond in Dunblane.
For quick slip stone surface rubbed players in front of him, using special brushes
Victory When played all 16 stones, counting of points in a round. Points are given only those stones that are found inside the house. Team whose stone was closer to the center, is considered a successful round. She gets one point for every stone, was closer to the center than all the opponent's stones.
Sochi 2014 On XXII Olympic Games in Sochi, the match Russia-Germany, Russia won with a score of 8-7. Our country in the semifinals
Snowboarding is a winter sport that involves riding down a mountain covered with snow. Some snowboarders like to ride over jumps and do tricks. A snowboard is a flat board with bindings that hold your feet in place while gliding down the mountain.
The snowboard was born in the seventy's with the imagination of different Americans. Sherman Poppen invented the “snurfer” (snow + surf) which is made of two skis fixed together. Dmitry Milovich created a snowboard inspired by the surfing board. Finally, Jake Burton Carpenter helped by Tom Sims and Chuck Barfoot created the first snowboard models that makes them very rich.
First time snowboard appeared in the Soviet Union in 1988. Football commentator Vladimir Maslachenko brought it from Calgary. There were a lot of copies made from this board.
The snowboard went in the Olympic program in 1998.
Nikolai Olyunin won a silver medal in boardercross in Sochi 2014.
Sochi 2014 figure skating
Figure skating skating sport. The basic idea - the movement of an athlete or a pair of athletes skating on ice with the implementation of additional elements (rotation jumps, combinations of steps, supports, etc.) to the music.
At the first Congress in 1871 skaters figure skating has been recognized as a sport.
First figure skating competitions were held only among men singles, women skaters were able to participate in the world championships only after 10 years
Russian skaters often became world champions in figure skating
Evgeny Plushenko-renowned Russian figure skater, two-time Olympic champion in 2006 and 2014, two-time silver medalist in the Olympics (2002 and 2010), Honored Master of Sports of Russia.
We wish our skaters at the Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014