|Posts on Regator:||4107|
|Posts / Week:||15|
|Archived Since:||December 12, 2008|
A survey of music playing in Sochi's Olympic Park finds a heavy rotation of Ke$ha, Pink and Lady Gaga.
At the practice ice rink in Sochi, figure-skating coaches stand around watching closely and talking to their charges. When it’s time for detailed work, the iPads come out. And more often than not, they’re loaded with the app Coach’s Eye.
A look at some of the American athletes who have decided to bring stray dogs with them back from the Olympics.
Toronto FC’s newest midfielder, Michael Bradley, who made a shocking departure from European power Roma in the winter, discusses his new role in the MLS and the U.S.'s chances in Brazil this summer.
The top women in figure skating have been accruing some serious frequent-flyer miles this month in search of ice time.
A special investigator's report has implicated the Dolphins locker room as a place that didn’t seem all that fun to be around, regardless of whether you were a large, heavy man like Martin.
There’s probably nothing better than winning a gold medal at the Olympics. Except maybe bacon.
Slovenia, a country with exactly 148 registered male hockey players, defeated arch-rival Austria 4-0 on Tuesday and won an improbable quarterfinal berth in the men's hockey tournament in Sochi.
It’s a rare figure skater who smolders. Most perform with a look that ranges from cute to cold -- with a reliable dash of corny. But Italian figure skater Valentina Marchei could very well melt the ice.
Those looking for soothing treatment amid the frantic pace of the Olympics, should consider a Russian Banya.
Russian hockey fans worked themselves into a lather Monday at a protest outside the American embassy in Moscow over a disputed call during their team's stunning preliminary-round loss to the Team USA at the Sochi Olympics.
On the latest Sports Retort, Olympics savant Matthew Futterman joins us from Sochi to discuss his borderline-irrational adoration of cross-country skiing and why he’s accidentally made enemies in the Netherlands.
It’s the final night of the ice dance competition, and the race for gold is on between two couples: Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White vs. Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.
The men’s snowboard cross event was cancelled on Monday due to fog. A rescheduled date wasn’t announced.
Vladimir Putin stopped by Canada House on Saturday night where we was "treated like a rock star" by around 300 Canadians, who took to calling him "Vlad," said Stephane Roy, of Quebec City, who was there.
There's been some groaning about the souvenir shortage in Olympic Park -- what to bring home to show your pals you schlepped all the way to Russia?
The energy at Kazakhstan House—a brightly decorated, high-ceilinged room where the country entertains—was at a frenzied pitch this weekend. Figure skater Denis Ten, winner of Kazakhstan’s first (and so far only) medal, was making the rounds.
Eva Samkova not only landed the first-ever snowboard medal for the Czech Republic on Sunday, the gold in women’s snowboard cross. She was also the only competitor with a mustache.
Team USA's T.J. Oshie, the shootout star of Saturday's epic hockey game against Russia "isn't turning into Prince Charming" among all the public adoration, Oshie's teammate (and Sochi roomate) David Backes said Sunday.
An Olympic visitor rummaged through a bag of the kind of pins commonly traded by Olympic visitors, but she sounded an unfamiliar advertisement: “President! President!”