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US nabs 1st gold, choice for torch lighting questioned

CBS News - 08 Feb 2014
The United States claimed the first gold in the slopestyle event held amidst the snow-capped peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, some 25 miles northeast of the Black Sea resort town of Sochi where the main Olympic park is located. ... Rodnina and ...
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Olympics stuck in middle of North Korea uncertainty

USA TODAY - 09 Aug 2017
But, as long as there is uncertainty surrounding the alarming developments between North Korea and the U.S., there naturally will be uncertainty about the upcoming Winter Olympics. For Olympic athletes, there is nothing new about that. “Unfortunately ...
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Most Memorable NHL-Era Olympic Hockey Moments

The Hockey Writers - 15 Aug 2017
Although Team USA failed to earn a medal during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, they did manage to provide one of the more memorable Olympic hockey moments in history, as they dealt a fatal blow to the advancement hopes of the host team in one of ...
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'Icarus': Inside Russia's Olympic doping scandal

Jakarta Post - 27 Jul 2017
Due for release on Netflix next Friday, Fogel's "Icarus" shows how Russia corrupted the 2012 Olympics in London and 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, told through the eyes of the man who masterminded the fraud before defecting and turning FBI informant.
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USA Hockey names Granato as head coach for Pyeongchang 2018

Insidethegames.biz - 04 Aug 2017
USA Hockey has today announced the appointment of Tony Granato as the head coach of America's men's ice hockey team for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Granato was an assistant coach for the US Olympic hockey team at Sochi 2014, where the ...
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Building Prince Vladimir

The Globe and Mail - 29 Jul 2017
The Kremlin-run VneshEconomBank, better known as VEB, says it bankrolled the entire $200-million (U.S.) cost of designing the Prince Vladimir via a loan given by its subsidiary, VEB-Leasing. VEB has been on Canada's sanctions list since July, 2014 ...

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