Nicole Roundy is one of six Utahns competing for Team USA in the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia
Moments after Steven Holcomb left the track, an incredulous Russian TV reporter couldn't wait to point out something to USA-1's driver. Read more »
Three-time Olympian Maria Lamb, who skated the 5,000 meters Wednesday, blasted U.S. speedskating, especially its high performance director, after her race in the 2014 Winter Games. Read more »
Three-time Olympic bobsledder David Bissett has had a strong work ethic and discipline. Read more »
If this is it for NHL players at the Olympics, it's a good way to go out. Read more »
Representing different countries, local skiers gain experience, confidence competing in first Olympics
Several local skiers competed for different countries in Wednesday's GS race at Rosa Khutor Alpine Center in Russia. USA's Jared Goldberg was the highest finisher behind gold medalist and Park City... Read more »
The medals may not be the color they wanted, but the U.S. women's bobsledders were proud of the effort they offered after capturing silver and bronze medals. Read more »
Skiers from small nations revel in warm reception, opportunity to bring attention to winter sports and their countries
Skiers from small nations revel in warm reception and the opportunity to bring attention to winter sports and their countries. Alpine ski racing is the most inclusive of any winter sport as more... Read more »
Under the pressure of being the favorite, Park City's Ted Ligety dominates and delivers in Olympic giant slalom race
Park City's Ted Ligety won gold in the giant slalom, a discipline he's dominated for the last several years. He's the reigning world champion in GS and he becomes the second American Alpine skier... Read more »
Swiss cross-country skier and gold medalist in the 15K Dario Cologna demonstrated sportsmanship as he went out of his way to shake hands with the athlete who finished in last place. Read more »
The best AP photos from Feb. 18 at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Read more »
David Wise, the father of a 2-year-old, used the first of his two final runs to secure the top spot in ski halfpipe's debut at the Olympic Games. Read more »
Winter sports notebook: American short track skaters advance, while US women's bobsled teams in medal position
U.S. short track skaters Jessica Smith, Emily Scott and J.R. Celski will all have one more shot at an Olympic medal. Read more »
American David Wise won the Men’s Ski Halfpipe in Sochi on skis designed and manufactured by 4FRNT Skis in Salt Lake City. Read more »
The 27-year-old Westminster student who trains at USSA's Center of Excellence said he wanted to dedicate his bronze medal to the late Chelone MIller, younger brother of Alpine legend Bode Miller. Read more »
SOCHI, Russia — Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the ice dance gold medal Monday, the first Olympic title in the event for the United States. Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada, the... Read more »
Utahn Chris Fogt didn't get to finish his bobsled race in Vancouver as the crew was one of eight sleds that crashed on the Whistler track. He was grateful for the opportunity to race with pilot... Read more »
Holcomb makes history again, this time battling through a calf injury to earn America's first two-man Olympic medal in 62 years
Park City's Steve Holcomb earns the first U.S. Olympic medal in 62 years in two-man bobsled with brakeman Steve Langton. Alpine's Chris Fogt and pilot Cory Butner finish 12th. Read more »
Days after winning silver, Mormon Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace goes to church, reflects on God's path for her
In earning her Olympic silver medal on Friday, Feb. 14, Noelle Pikus-Pace said she relied on her faith and the belief that her purpose was always about more than just athletics. Read more »
USA speedskating woes continue: Americans can't win at the Olympics while the Netherlands can't lose
The Netherlands' speedskaters set a Winter Olympic record Sunday with the number of medals won by a single country in one sport with 16. The U.S., meanwhile, continues to be shut out from the podium. Read more »
In her second Olympic Games, Faye Gulini finishes fourth — just off the podium. Salt Lake resident Torah Bright is eliminated in the quarterfinals. Read more »
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