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Russia may Lose Its First Place in the Medal Standings of the Olympics in Sochi 2014
Russian biathlete Yevgeny Ustyugov was deprived of the gold medal of the Olympics in Sochi. Because of this, Russia may lose its first place in the medal standings.
Russia Scoops World Media Coverage
Russia has learned to dominate the world news headlines, drawing extensive press coverage with both positive and negative developments.
The Impossible is Possible
The Sochi 2014 Closing Ceremony, "Reaching the Impossible", began at 20:14 Moscow time at the Fisht Stadium to conclude Russias first ever Paralympic Winter Games.
Sochi-2014 Results
Team "Sochi 2014" summed up the Olympic Games' results. IOC President Thomas Bach called the Olympic Games in Sochi excellent in terms of their organization and noted the well-coordinated work of all participants.
Economic Benefits of 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics
The Sochi Olympics generated almost 2 billion roubles in revenue for the Russian TV channels who acquired the broadcasting rights for the 2014 Winter Games
Dramatic Bends in Viktor An's Life - True Story of Short Track Genius
Korean-born Viktor An stunned the Russian and Korean crowd by snatching three golds in Sochi, leading his teammates to their first incredible victory and popularizing the sport in Russia.
Russian, Western Media Clash Off Ice Over Team USA's Controversial Win
Fog and disallowed goal puzzle #Sochi2014 fans. Magic salt and much more in our tweet review.
Sochi 2014: Russian Olympic Medal Winners (updated)
This article is dedicated to Russian athletes who gained Olympic medals at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi 2014. We present you a full list of Russian medalists with photos, short descriptions and links to our news and articles.
#Sochi2014 as a Perfect Source of Joy
Browse our tweets review to spot the shift from the negative response to a burst of positive emotions among foreign athletes and guests.
Olympic Truce Wall
By Olympic Movement's tradition, the Olympic Truce Wall is installed in the Olympic Villages in order to let the athletes from different countries to leave their wishes of keeping peace in the world and supporting the idea of Olympic Truce.
Sochi 2014: Geography and Concept
Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games are held in Krasnodar Krai, the large southernmost region of the Russian Federation with the area of 76,000 square kilometers. Sochi, hosting 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games is a real gem of the Krasnodar Krai. Sochi is one of the largest Russian resort cities located between Black Sea and Caucasus Mountains. In addition, it was recognized the longest city in Europe (145 km). It is located on the same latitude as the worlds most recognized tourist destinations like Toronto and Nice.
Top #Sochi Tweets: Complaints Give Way to Admiration
Yulia Lipnitskaya, 15, draws the biggest tweet-applause, making even Yevgeny Plushchenko stand in her shadow. Click to get the latest update.
Sochi Olympic Objects: Mountain Cluster
Mountain Cluster includes Rosa Khutor Alpine Center, Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex, Sliding Center Sanki, and RusSki Gorki Jumping Center.
Sochi Olympic Objects: Coastal Cluster
Coastal Cluster includes Adler Arena, Shayba Ice Arena, Ice Cube Curling Center, Bolshoy Ice Dome, and Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Sochi 2014 Olympic Facilities
Top designers, engineers and architects worked on the design and construction of the arenas, ski slopes, trails and other sports facilities to make the competitions in Sochi as safe as possible, beautiful and memorable. The map of Olympic venues in Sochi is divided in two parts: the mountain and coastal clusters, where all eleven sports facilities of Sochi 2014 Olympics are located.
Motto and Emblem of Sochi 2014
The creators of the Sochi 2014 Olympics logo were given simple and at the same time incredibly difficult task to display in a small logo the modern generation of Russia. They also pondered quite a long time on what will be the motto of Sochi 2014.
Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 - Medals and Winners (daily updates)
Russia-IC helps you to follow the results of your country at Winter Olympic 2014 Games in Sochi and celebrate each gained Olympic medal. We present daily updates of all medal winners and a general medal count for each nation.
Sochi 2014 Olympics Mascots
The Polar Bear lives in an ice igloo beyond distant Arctic Circle. His house is built entirely from ice and snow. Leopard stays on the branches of a huge tree growing on a snowy rock in the Caucasus Mountains. He is a rescuer by vocation and is always ready to help. There is a rumor that he helped more than once to protect foothill villages from avalanches, for which he was awarded an honorary Sochi 2014 emblem. Zaika is famous for being the most active dweller of the Olympic Village. Everyone is wondering how does she manage to be everywhere?! Find more stories here about Sochi 2014 Olympics Mascots.
Retweet-Driven Mockery Trend Casts Shadow Over #Sochi 2014
Making fun of the Olympic hosts has long been the pastime of journalists. It has now almost turned into an Olympic sport the more merciless you lambaste the hotels and venues, the more RTs and followers you get.
Best #Sochi Tweets Ahead of 2014 Games
Live-tweeting journos and guests document their joy and frustration ahead of the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. It's not all bad, actually.
Sochi Olympics: Where to Watch
The opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Sochi will be held on Friday, February 7. Not all the Russian citizens will be able to see the great show and following competitions first-hand. Where to watch the Olympic Games' broadcasts: at home or on roadside large screens? Find it here.
2014 Sochi Olympics Suprises
Russia-IC is launching its 2014 Olympic coverage. Get more news when the Games start on our website and Facebook account. Send us your pictures from sports venues, selfies from around Sochi and menus from the hotels where you stay.
Organ Music Festival In Sochi
The 14th Festival of Organ Music takes place in Sochi from July 14 to August 18, 2013 under the aegis of the Sochi 2014 Olympiad. The festival introduces performances of musicians from 5 following countries Russia, Italy, Poland, Germany and Ukraine.
AMAROK. The Path of the Northern Wolf
The polar expedition dedicated to the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi have to overcome a difficult way of 20,000 kilometers claiming to set Guinness record for longest open-ended off-road route in one direction on the territory of one country. The main mission of the travelers is to convey the spirit of the Olympic movement and to reveal the cultural diversity of the country hosting the Winter Games.
Victims of Expropriation Meeting IOC
Due to the 2014 winter Olympic Games, Sochi is rapidly changing. New sporting facilities and infrastructure are coming together to the region. Sochi's land estimates like gold and some residents of the city feel themselves victims of expropriation.
Sohi-2014. Safe and Unproblematic?
The preparation for Sohi-2014 Olimpic Games is going at full speed. At the same time a lot of new roads, power plants, hotels and sports facilities are building here, so this place doesn't look like a calm resting-resort. Also, there are some problems in the region.
Olympic Games 2014 Russian Officials Triumph
Russian politicians seem to be absolutely sure that Sochi is going to host the 2014 winter Olympics, though the city hasnt been announced yet. E.g., Russian minister of Economic development and Trade German Gref said the other day that all construction works would be finished in 2013, a year prior to the Olympics.


Sochi Olympics May Boost GDP
The Winter Games in Sochi are expected to boost the economy by 0.3 percent amid a continuing stagnation, says a report by the Russian Central Bank.
Sochi 2014: Figure Skater Plushchenko Awaiting Surgery
Russian figure skater Evgeny Plushchenko is expected to undergo surgery in an Israeli clinic on March 2 after an injury which forced the ice star suddenly withdraw from the 2104 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Team Russia Dominates Home Olympics with 13 Gold Medals
At an Olympics designed to advertise Russias resurgence on the world stage, Russian athletes did their best gaining 33 Olympic medals and topping the general medal count.
Sochi 2014: Canada Becomes the Sochi Olympics 2014 Ice Hockey Champion
The final hockey match between Canada and Sweden at the Bolshoy Ice Palace took place on February 23, the last Olympic day, to become an exciting end to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.
Sochi 2014: IOC President Praises Russian Athletes
IOC President Thomas Bach has acknowledged significant progress by Russian athletes after a lackluster performance at the 2010 Vancouver Games.
Sochi 2014: Viktor An to Continue Skating Career Until 2015
Viktor An plans to continue his skating career at least until the Moscow championship in 2015.
Sochi 2014: Bobsleigh Racer Zubkov, 39, May Continue Career
Bobsleigh king Alexander Zubkov, 39, did not rule out continuing his sports career.
Sochi 2014: Skobrev Spent Too Much TIme on Media - Official
Russian speedskater Ivan Skobrev was the weak link in the teams race, according to Alexey Kravtsov, head of the Russian Speedskating Union.
Sochi 2014: Speedskating Leader Skobrev Mulls Career Pause
Russian speedskater Ivan Skobrev told the press he was considering a pause in his career, following a dismal performance at the home Olympics in Sochi.
Sochi 2014: 'This Gold More Precious Than Life' - Legkov
50km mass start winner Legkov said he had waiting for this success for 15 years.
Sochi 2014: Sports Minister Urged Legkov to Win Gold
Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko warned Alexander Legkov not to finish the Sochi Olympics without gold.
Sochi 2014: Record 13th Gold in Bobsleigh
Alexander Zubkov-led sled wins 13th gold to secure Russias first place in the total medal count.
Sochi 2014: Gold Medalist Shipulin Regrets Missed Sprint Trophy
Following a successful and stunning performance in the mens relay, biathlete Anton Shipulin regrets he didnt win gold in sprint.
Sochi 2014: 'Women's Performance Was OK' - Pichler
German coach Wolfgang Pichler is satisfied with the performance of the Russian womens team at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Figure Skater Trankov to Bear Russian Flag at Closing Ceremony
Maxim Trankov will bear the Russian national flag at the closing ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games later on Sunday.
Sochi 2014: Zubkov-Led Bobsleigh Team First After 3 Heats
Russias four-man bobsleigh team led by Alexander Zubkov is leading the race after three heats.
Sochi 2014: Troubled German Coach to Stay with Russia till Season End
Troubled German coach Wolfgang Pichler is set to stay with Russia till the end of the season.
Sochi 2014: Russians Win Podium in Men's 50km Mass Start
Alexander Legkov, Maxim Vylegzhanin, and Ilya Chernousov climb atop the podium in the mens 50km mass start, securing the first place for Russia in the total medal count.
Sochi 2014: Viktor An to Get Permanent Home
The Russian government has decided to help the six-time Olympic champion, Korean-born Viktor An, to get permanent home.
Sochi 2014: Viktor An Thanks Russian Crowds for Emotional Support
It was the first time in my life when I was so cheered by the whole arena, said Viktor An, a six-time Olympic champion in short track skating.
Sochi 2014: Short Track Skater Elistratov Elated About Success
Short track skater Semyon Elistratov said the victory in the men's 5,000m relay was an unbelievable surprise.
Sochi 2014: Bronze Medalist Garanichev Calm Over Absence in Relay
Biathlete Evgeny Garanichev was not disappointed that he wasnt on the lucky list of the mens relay team that won gold on Saturday evening.
Sochi 2014: 'Many Americans Hate Me' - US-Born Snowboarder
Vic Wild knows snowboarding fans back in his home country are split about his fantastic success at the Sochi Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Female Speedskating Team Grabs Bronze
Russia outskated Japan to secure bronze in womens relay, a victory that gave Russia a lead in the total medal count.
Sochi 2014: Russian Biathletes Beat Germany, Norway to Grab Relay Gold
Biathletes lead Russia to the top of the medal table, securing 11th gold for the host nation.
Sochi 2014: Vic Wild Wasn't a Star - Surprised Coach
Denis Tikhomirov, the chief coach of the Russian snowboarding team, has been surprised by the stirring performance of US-born Vic Wild who has won two gold medals for Russia.
Sochi 2014: Biathlete Vilukhina's Coach Would Not Accept Her Car Gift
Olga Vilukhinas coach said he would accept a car the biathlete promised him earlier at the Sochi Games.
Sochi 2014: Biathlete Glazyrina Suspended From Russian Female Team
Olga Glazyrina has been suspended from the Russian female biathlon team, apparently for her rude remarks on the social media that targeted the team.
Sochi 2014: US-Born Vic Wild Wins 10th Gold for Russia
US-born Vic Wild wins 10th gold for Russia by a tenth of second in men's snowboard parallel slalom at Rosa Khutors Extreme Park.
Sochi 2014: German Coach Pichler Deflects Criticism
Wolfgang Pichler said he would most likely leave the Russian team after the Sochi Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Figure Skating Champions Share Their Emotions
Russia-IC brings you some of the comments made by Russia's Olympic champions in figure skating at the press conference, according to Sovetsky Sport.
Sochi 2014: Short Track King Viktor An Races to Gold in 2 Events
Viktor An won gold in men's 500m individual race and later helped the national team outskate Team USA in the 5,000m relay.
Sochi 2014: Sotnikova Snatches Gold In Figure Skating Thriller
Adelina Sotnikova wins seventh Gold for Russia in figure skating, but the world media fume with acrid comments.
Sochi 2014: U.S.-born Athlete Brings Snowboarding Gold to Russia, his Wife Gains Bronze
On Wednesday, February 19, two snowboarding competitions in men's and women's parallel giant slalom took place in the "Roza Khutor" Extreme Park in Sochi, to become very successful for Russian sportsmen.
Sochi 2014: Russia Lost 1-3 to Finland in Quarterfinals
The Red Machine has been stopped by Finland who scored three times to secure a berth in the semifinals, leaving Russians without any medals.
Sochi 2014: Russia Knock Out Norway 4-0
Russia have thrashed Norway in a crucial game to progress to the quarterfinals where they will face Finland.
Sochi 2014: Russia Gets Silver in Snowboard Cross - 19th Medal
Nikolay Olyunin has grabbed silver in men's snowboard cross, the first time ever that a Russian climbed an Olympic pedestal in this sport.
Sochi 2014: Russia Wins First Ever Olympic Gold in Bobsleigh
Alexander Zubkov and Alexey Voevoda have won Russia's first ever Olympic gold in bobsleigh.
Sochi2014: Plyushchenko Retracts CNN Statement
Olympic champion Evgeny Plyushchenko backpedalled on his earlier statement that was forced to skate with an injury.
Sochi 2014: Men's Curling Team 7th After 9 Games
Russias mens curling team beat Germans in a game that was no longer relevant.
Russia Faces Norway on Route to Playoffs
Russians had to swallow heart drops again after the Olympic ice hockey team struggled against Slovakia.
Sochi 2014: Russian Skiing Team Grabs Silver in the Relay
The men's cross-country skiing relay race ended with the victory of the Swedish team. The Russian team took silver and the French team won bronze, on Saturday, February 16.
Sochi 2014: Russian Athletes on Olympic Pedestal after Short Track Competitions
Two short track finals took place in the Iceberg Skating Palace on Saturday, February 15, the women's 1,500 meter and men's 1,000 meter, with the last one to become very sucessful for Russian athelets.
Sochi 2014: Russian Alexander Tretyakov Wins Gold Medal in Men's Skeleton
Home crowd favourite Alexander Tretyakov scored a victory in men's skeleton, winning gold ahead of Martins Dukurs from Latvia and American Matthew Antoine.
Sochi 2014: Russia Lost to USA in Shootout
Russia's ice hockey team lost the chance to top Group A. Two goals by Pavel Datsyuk were not enough to beat USA who were more lucky in the shootout.
Sochi 2014: Nikitina Grabs Bronze in Skeleton
Russia's Elena Nikitina has won bronze in skeleton, a victory that marks the first ever medal in the history of the Russian female team.
Sochi 2014: Russia Beat USA in Curling
Russia scrape through USA in curling with 7-6 on the scoreboard.
Sochi 2014: Biathlete Garanichev Wins Bronze to Celebrate Birthday
Russian biathlete Evgeny Garanichev secures a tenth medal for the Russian team at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Figure Skating Legend Plyushchenko Retires After Back Injury
Evgeny Plyushchenko has announced that he retires from sports after a back injury during a warmup.
Sochi 2014: Russia Beat Slovenia 5-2 in Ice Hockey
Russia's ice hockey team stunned Slovenia 5-2 in the Group A opener to secure the first three points in the qualification stage.
Cultural Olympiad
Cultural Olympiad is a unique project of Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee, representing the best cultural events in Russia.
Sochi 2014: NHL's Varlamov Picked for Opener Against Slovenia
Semyon Varlamov has been picked as the goaltender for the first game of the Russian team that takes place Thursday.
XXII Winter Olympics Athletes
For many athletes, who participate in the XXII Winter Olympics this is not the first Olympic Games in their careers. Some of them have won Olympic medals more than once, but others persistently, year after year fought their way forward to the high results, some of them even had left the sports, but then successfully returned.
Tatiana Volosozhar And Maxim Trankov Win Their Gold
Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov won gold in pair skating at Sochi 2014 on February 12. They earned Russia's second gold medal at these Olympics.
Olympic Games Will Not Change The Rating Of Russia
International Rating Agency notes that the upcoming Olympic Games are credit-neutral for sovereign rating of Russia, for they will not provide any macroeconomic upswing for the county in 2014.
Sochi 2014: Russia's Vilukhina Secures Silver in 7.5km Sprint Race
Olga Vilukhina stunned her rivals and fans alike with a silver medal in the 7.5km sprint race.
Sochi 2014: NHL Stars Join Russian Ice Hockey Squad
Russias ice hockey team gets a boost with NHL stars who arrived in Sochi and were welcome by Vladislav Tretyak, the head of the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia.
Sochi 2014: Russia's Vylegzhanin Missed Out On Medal Because of Norway's Sundby
Russia has appealed the decision of the judges who granted a bronze medal to Martin Johnsrud Sundby of Norway.
Sochi 2014: Luger Demchenko Grabs Silver, 4th Olympic Medal for Russia
Russian luger Albert Demchenko won silver, securing a fourth Olympic medal for Russia, in a fierce competition with Germanys Felix Loch, who defended his title at the Sanki Sliding Center.
Top #Sochi 2014 Tweets: Just Before Opening
Enjoy our collection of the top #Sochi tweets over the past 24 hours. Click here to gauge the mood.
Sochi 2014: US Urges Moscow to OK Yogurt Shipment to Olympic Athletes
The delivery of American-made yogurt to the US Olympic team is in limbo due to what Washington claims to be red tape.
Sochi 2014: US Officials Warning of Toothpaste Tube Bombs
US officials have warned international and regional airlines with flights to Sochi of toothpaste tube bombs, say a report by CNN
Sochi 2014: Russian Team to Be Led by Bobsleigh Star Alexander Zubkov
Bobsleigh star Alexander Zubkov was picked as the flag bearer of the Russian Olympic team after weeks of rumours and media buzz
Sochi 2014: German Broadcaster Claims Russia Developing New Drugs
German broadcaster claims to have uncovered a secret research programme in Russia to develop new drugs for athletes.
Sochi 2014: Semyon Varlamov Gets Custom-Designed Olympic Mask
Semyon Varlamov, the goaltender of the national ice hockey team and Colorado Avalanche, is expected to flaunt his brand new mask, designed especially for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Souvenir Medals With Chelyabinsk Meteorite Fragments
Souvenir medals with Chelyabinsk meteorite fragments will soon be produced in Zlatoust. Such gifts are meant for the top athletes who will win golden medals at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi on February 15, on the day of the meteorite fall to the ground of South Urals.
Olympic Bear In Rybinsk
The height of the snow sculpture - a vibrant tourist attraction of the town square - is about six meters. Nose, eyes, letters on the scarf are painted and frozen into ice.
Rosneft Bought Olympic Box Seat Tickets For 65 Million Rubles
The Company intends to award tickets to the top employees, as well as to invite foreign partners to the Olympics.
Sochi 2014: Equal Opportunities. Inclusiveness. Availability
The use of common expert technologies during the 22nd Olympic Winter Games and 11th Paralympic Winter Games of 2014 in Sochi will provide a single barrier-free space in both sports and transportation facilities for people with limited mobility.
Sochi: New Train Tickets Offices
Participants of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, as well as guests and supporters of the Olympics will be able to purchase tickets for long-distance trains on the Olympic stations of "Krasnaya Polyana", "Olympic Park" and "Sochi Airport.
Tourist Ski Season In Sochi Was Closed
The tourist ski season in Sochi was closed ahead of schedule due to the arrangements of trails for the Olympics.
There Is Enough Snow In Sochi For The Olympic Games
There is enough snow in Sochi for the Olympic Games now, the director of the Hydrometeorological Centre of Russia Roman Wilfand announced.
Permit For The Commissioning Of The Mountain Olympic Village
The Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation issued a permit for the commissioning of the mountain Olympic village located at an altitude of 1,130 meters above the sea level on the Rosa Khutor plateau and is meant as a place of lodging for skiers, snowboarders and freestylers.
Mobile Apps For Sochi Olympics
Korean Samsung Company has developed an application that will be used during the Olympics in Sochi. The main purpose of this application is to help the physically challenged people to find the places equipped with the elements of barrier-free environment in Kuban.
Sochi Train Tickets: The Prices Are Falling
Prices for the train tickets in Sochi are getting 10 times cheaper.
A Tiger, an Otter and a Dolphin Will Predict the Results of the Olympic Games 2014 in Sochi
The followers of the famous octopus Paul predicting the outcome of the matches of the World Cup 2010 in South Africa are brought up in Sochi. The results of the 2014 Olympics will be predicted by a tiger, a dolphin and an otter.
Win a Trip To Sochi
The Ministry of Sports of Russia conducts nationwide competition-project "2014 Steps to Sochi". The winners of "2014 Steps to Sochi" will get three-day tickets for a tour of the sports facilities of the Olympic Games in Sochi.
3 Thousand Volunteers From the Kuban State University Will Go to Sochi
About 3 thousand volunteers from the Kuban State University will go to the Olympic Games in Sochi. The governor of the Krasnodar Territory Alexander Tkachev discussed the issue of preparing the volunteers for work at the Olympic Games in Sochi by the University in the course of the collaboration with the rector of the Kuban State University Mikhail Astapov.
Restricted Areas To Be Created In Sochi
Some restrictions related to security will come into effect in Sochi during the Olympics from January 7 to March 21, 2014. In particular, controlled areas will be set up in Sochi for regular people and vehicles it would be possible to get there only after police control.
Tourists Will Ride A Foam Rubber Bobsleigh
In Sochi, after 2014 Olympics "Sanki" luge center can be used as a tourist site. Tourist sled is fully lined with foam rubber and has additional handles.
The Olympic Games in Sochi Is Not an Excuse To Raise Prices
Aeroflot will not raise ticket prices for flights to Sochi during the Olympics. Besides, if necessary, Aeroflot is able to introduce extra flights to Sochi.
The Residents of Moscow are Invited to Visit the Double-Decker Train
The first double-decker passenger long-distance train will be open for visitors in Moscow. It will run prior to the Olympic Games-2014 on the route Moscow - Adler. The first travel of the double-decker train will take place on November 1, 2013.
London Theatre To Stage A Play In Support Of Russian Homosexuals
Administrators of King's Head Theatre in London stage a show in support of homosexuals in Russia.
Olympic Pedestrian Bridges Comfortable and Safe
Construction of pedestrian bridges in the Olympic Park is almost complete.
Olympic Tickets Are Not Available Online
The 2014 Games official website has suspended selling tickets online.
Roza Khutor in Summer
Everyone is welcome to take a look at Olympic structures in Sochi during summer season.
History of Olympics From Ancient Greece to Sochi
In the autumn of 2013 the exposition dedicated to Olympics will start in Krasnodar at Felitzyn Museum of History and Archeology.
The Modern History of the Ural Nations
The modern history of the nations inhabiting Ural was presented in Yekaterinburg.
International Expedition AMAROK, The Path of the Northern Wolf Waits For the Improvement Of Weather Conditions
The delay occurred because of the heavy road and unpredictable weather.

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