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Muirhead leads the way in Champery

Eve Muirhead was satisfied after her team bounced back from their opening game loss to Denmark with a comfortable 10-5 win over Latvia, in Sunda...

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8 reasons to follow winter sport this season

As we continue to shine the spotlight on the wonderful world of winter sport, here are eight reasons to be keeping up with all things snow and i...

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Cheshire taking only the positives away from Sochi 2014

Despite the painful experience that was Sochi 2014 for Rowan Cheshire, the British skier insists she can still take plenty out of the experience...

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Guide to Sochi Sports

Game Facts

Host Nation Russia
Duration 7 - 23 February 2014
Competing Athletes Approximately 2,800
Sports 7
Disciplines 15
Events 98
Competition Venues 10

Venues

The "Fisht" Olympic Stadium is located in the Olympic Park so that the spectators have a magnificent view on both mountain peaks in the north and the sea in the south. The capacity of the stadium is 40,000.

The "Bolshoy" Ice Dome is part of the complex of facilities operated by the International Ice Hockey Federation and will have a capacity of 12,000 seats.

The “Shayba” Arena is designed to accommodate 7,000 spectators. The venue will host Olympic ice hockey competitions. It is a moveable venue, making it possible to be dismantled and transported for post-Games use as an Ice Palace in another Russian city.

The "Ice Cube" Curling Center is located in the Coastal Cluster, within the grounds of the Olympic Park. It is a moveable venue.

The Olympic Skating Center plays a crucial role in the Sochi 2014 concept. The Olympic Skating Center is a moveable venue . As such, it is located at the heart of the Coastal Cluster – Olympic Park.

The Adler Arena is an oval-shaped facility with two competition tracks and one training track. The size of the Adler Arena meets the requirements of the International Skating Union (the track length is 400 m). It is located in the center of the Olympic Park.

The Center includes two isolated stadia, each with their own start and finish zones, two isolated track systems for Skiing and Biathlon, shooting area and warm-up zones.

The Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort is located at the Aibga Ridge. It is a single venue and will host all Alpine Skiing disciplines: Downhill, Combined (downhill and slalom), Giant Slalom and the Super Giant Slalom. The total length of the competition tracks is 20 km

The "RusSki Gorki" Jumping Center is located in Esto-Sadok village on the northern slope of the Aibga Ridge. The complex is comprised of the latest Olympic K-95 and K-125 ski jumps.

The Sliding Center "Sanki" is built at the Alpika Service Mountain Ski Resort, with its track finishing area at Rzhanaya Polyana. State-of-the-art ice preparation technology ensures optimum temperature control along the entire length of the track.

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