2014 Winter Olympics

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2014 Winter Olympics
XXII Olympic Winter Games
Host city Motto Sochi, Russia Hot. Cool. Yours. (Russian: €•‚ƒ„…. †„‡ˆ„…. ‰Š‹„.)

Nations participating 88 Athletes participating 2,800+ (estimated) Events Opening ceremony Closing ceremony Officially opened by Athlete's Oath Judge's Oath Coach's Oath Olympic Torch 98 in 7 sports (15 disciplines) 7 February 23 February Vladimir Putin Ruslan Zakharov Vyacheslav Vedenin Anastasia Popkova Vladislav Tretiak Irina Rodnina Fisht Olympic Stadium

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The 2014 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXII Olympic Winter Games (French: Les XXIIes Jeux olympiques d'hiver), is a major international multi-sport event being held in Sochi, Russia in the tradition of the Winter Olympic Games. Scheduled for 7€23 February 2014, opening rounds in certain events were held on the eve of the Opening Ceremony, 6 February 2014. Both the Olympics and 2014 Winter Paralympics are being organized by the Sochi Organizing Committee (SOC). Sochi was selected as the host city in July 2007, during the 119th IOC Session held in Guatemala City. It is the first Olympics in Russia since the breakup of the USSR in 1991. The USSR was the host nation for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. A total of 98 events in 15 winter sport disciplines are being held during the Games. A number of new competitions•a total of 12 accounting for gender•are being held during the Games, including biathlon mixed relay, women's ski jumping, mixed-team figure skating, mixed-team luge, half-pipe skiing, ski and snowboard slopestyle, and snowboard parallel slalom. The events are being held around two clusters of new venues; an Olympic Park constructed in Sochi's Imeretinsky Valley on the coast of the Black Sea, with Fisht Olympic Stadium and the Games' indoor venues located within walking distance, and snow events in the resort settlement of Krasnaya Polyana. In preparation, organizers focused on modernizing the telecommunications, electric power, and transportation infrastructures of the region. While originally budgeted at US$12 billion, various factors caused the budget to expand to over US$51 billion, surpassing the estimated $44 billion cost of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing as the most expensive Olympics in history. The lead-up to the 2014 Games was marked by major controversies, including allegations of corruption leading to the aforementioned cost overruns, concerns for the safety and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender

2014 Winter Olympics (LGBT) athletes and supporters during the Games due to the country's recent anti-LGBT policies, which led to ongoing Olympic-focussed protests of the laws and its effects, protests by ethnic Circassian activists over the site of Sochi (the site of what they consider to be a genocide) and various security concerns over threats by jihadist groups tied to the insurgency in the North Caucasus.

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Bidding process
Sochi was elected on 4 July 2007 during the 119th International Olympic Committee (IOC) session held in Guatemala City, Guatemala, defeating bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea. This is the first time that the Russian Federation has hosted the Winter Olympics. The Soviet Union was the host of the 1980 Summer Olympics held in and around Moscow.

Fans celebrate in Sochi after learning that Sochi had won the bid to host the 2014 Winter Olympics.

2014 host city election € ballot results City Sochi Pyeongchang Salzburg Country (NOC) ŒRussia ŒSouth Korea ŒAustria Round 1 Round 2 34 36 25 51 47 •

Financing
Funds approved from 2006 until 2014 Year Billions of rubles[1] 2006 5 2007 16 2008 32 2009 27 2010 22 2011 27 2012 26 2013 22 2014 8

As of October 2013, the estimated combined cost of the 2014 Winter Olympics had topped US$51 billion. This amount includes the 214Œbillion rubles (US$ 6.5Œbillion) cost for Olympic games themselves and cost of Sochi infrastructural projects (roads, railroads, power plants). This total, if borne out, would be over four times the initial budget of $12 billion (compared to the $8 billion spent for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver), and would

He confirmed that the Organizing Committee had raised more than $500Œmillion through marketing in the first five months of 2009.5 miles) from Russia's border with Georgia. 7. exceeding the estimated $44 billion cost of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. 3. The organizers expect to have a surplus of US$300 million when the Games conclude. postponing the need for the state funds guaranteed by the Russian Government. about 4Œkm (2. Olympic Park bars and restaurants and public areas are smoke-free during the Games. The Russian Government provided nearly 327Œbillion rubles (about US$10 billion) for the total development. expansion and hosting of the Games.6Œbillion Olympic venues: $500Œmillion Transport infrastructure: $270Œmillion Power supply infrastructure: $100Œmillion 3 Venues Location of Sochi on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. 8.[5] Sochi 2014 is the 12th straight Olympics to outlaw smoking.000 spectators Ice Cube Curling Center € curling.[3] 192Œbillion rubles (US$6 billion) coming from the federal budget and 7Œbillion rubles (US$218 million) from the Krasnodar Krai budget and from the Sochi budget. allowing all indoor venues to be within walking distance.3 ŽC (42. 12. all Sochi venues. which hosted 3 times as many events.[6] It is also the first time that an Olympic Park has been built for hosting a winter games.2014 Winter Olympics make the Sochi games the most expensive Olympics in history.000 spectators Shayba Arena € ice hockey.[7] The venues are clustered around a central water basin on which the Medals Plaza is built. The new venues include:[8] • • • • • • • • Fisht Olympic Stadium € ceremonies (opening/closing) 40. partnership and commercial programs allowed the use of funds generated by Sochi 2014 for the 2009€10 development period.000 spectators Bolshoy Ice Dome € ice hockey (final). Sochi Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) The Sochi Olympic Park was built by the Black Sea coast in the Imeretin Valley. Sochi is the warmest city to host a Winter Olympic Games.000 spectators Main Olympic village International broadcasting centre and main press room . With an average February temperature of 8.000 spectators Adler Arena Skating Center € speed skating.8 ŽF) and a humid subtropical climate.[2] According to Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Organizing Committee President and CEO Dmitry Chernyshenko.000 spectators Iceberg Skating Palace € figure skating. Financing from non-budget sources (including private investor funds) is distributed as follows:[4] • • • • Tourist infrastructure: $2. short track speed skating. 12.

2014 Winter Olympics 4 A sketch of the layout of Sochi Olympic Park. Luge and Skeleton • RusSki Gorki Jumping Center € Ski jumping and Nordic combined (both ski jumping and cross-country skiing on a 2Œkm route around the arena) • Rosa Khutor Plateau Olympic Village Ski resort of Roza Khutor at Krasnaya Polyana. . Krasnaya Polyana (Mountain Cluster) • Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex € Biathlon. Cross-country skiing • Rosa Khutor Extreme Park € Freestyle skiing and Snowboarding • Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort € Alpine skiing • Sliding Center Sanki € Bobsleigh.

The Soyuz rocket with the logo of the Sochi Olympics. panned the logo for being too simplistic and lacking any real symbolism." ("€•‚ƒ„…. and unlike previous Olympic emblems. and runs from 2014 to 2020. The "Sochi" and "2014" lettering is designed to mirror each other vertically (particularly on the "hi" and "14" characters). and believed it should have contained more elements that represented winter and Russia's national identity. including Russian bloggers. a meeting point between the Black Sea and the Western Caucasus). a Formula One street circuit is planned for the site.Cool.2014 Winter Olympics 5 2014 Winter Olympics Mountain Cluster Venues Tentative post-Olympic usage After the Olympics.Yours. aside from its blue color scheme and its use of .†„‡ˆ„…. carries a minimalistic style. the top-level domain of Russia. 2012 to mark the 500-day milestone before the Opening Ceremony. The first race will take place after the Closing Ceremony of the Games. The Games' official slogan. "Hot. While more elaborate designs with influence from Khokhloma were considered. and a . designer of the 2008 Summer Olympics emblem Dancing Beijing. and the IOC has announced that the race will be delayed until 2015 if construction of the circuit interferes with preparations for the 2014 Olympics. "reflecting" the contrasts of Russia's landscape (such as Sochi itself. Critics. the climate of Sochi itself. consists of typefaces with no drawn elements at all. Marketing Logo and branding The emblem of the 2014 Winter Olympics. organizers eventually decided to use a simpler and more "futuristic" design instead. The deal to hold the Russian Grand Prix was signed on 14 October 2010. Presenting the slogan.ru.‰Š‹„. criticized the logo for its lack of detail." in Russian) was unveiled on September 25. unveiled in December 2009. SOC president Dmitry Chernyshenko explained that it represented the "passion" of the Games' athletes. Guo Chunning.

The Russian-language version of the slogan uses words that can be translated as "heated" and "wintry".[9] In November 2011 IOC President Jacques Rogge was in Sochi and concluded that the city has made significant progress since he last visited eighteen months earlier. and became a local internet meme among Russians (with some comparing it to Futurama's "Hypnotoad"). along with the results. while the final round involved text messaging. which is intended to emphasize the "hot" coastal climate and "cool" mountain climate of the Games. Stamps and coins In commemoration of the Games. the stylized "2014" lettering from the Games' emblem as a cyrillic word). with its creator.[10] Vladimir Putin with George W. venues. were unveiled during live specials on Channel One. Russian Post released a series of postage stamps depicting athletes. proved popular in initial rounds of online voting. Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. and an snow leopard. and 15 November 2013 in North America. In June 2009 the Games' organizers reported they are one year ahead in building the main Olympic facilities as compared to recent Olympic Games. Despite its popularity. Construction The Olympic infrastructure is being constructed according to a Federal Target Program (FTP). The initial rounds consisted of online voting among submissions. Video game The official Olympic video game is the fourth game in the Mario & Sonic series. It was released by Nintendo for the Wii U on 8 November 2013 in Europe. On 26 February 2011. a fuzzy blue frog with hypnotic multi-coloured rings (sharing the colors of the Olympic rings) on his eyeballs and the Imperial Crown ("to remind about statehood and spirituality"). a more accurate reflection of Chernyshenko's explanation than the simpler terms used by the English slogan. a public vote was held to decide the mascots for the 2014 Winter Olympics. The Bank of Russia also issued special coins and 100-ruble notes for the Games. political cartoonist Egor Zhgun. the 10 finalists. Others are Sochi 2014: Ski Slopestyle Challenge for Android operating system and Sochi 2014: Olympic Games Resort for online social network Facebook. it was later revealed that Zoich was deliberately planted by organizers to help virally promote the online mascot vote. However. A satirical mascot known as Zoich (its name being an interpretation of Postage stamps depicting the three Olympic mascots. and the mascots of the Games. Bush and Laura Bush examining the models of the Olympic facilities for Sochi. the official mascots were unveiled.2014 Winter Olympics sense of inclusion and belonging. Zoich did not qualify for the final round of voting. 6 Mascots For the first time in Olympic history. . claiming that organizers were refusing to respect public opinion. April 2008. consisting of a polar bear. a snow hare.

The 2014 Olympics is the first "fabric-enabled" Games using Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) technology. It has started to provide content delivery services to Russian state television and radio. and works with other technology partners to provide athletes. . With Rostelecom and Megafon both refusing to operate it.2014 Winter Olympics 7 Telecommunications According to the FTP. It covers an area of 40Œkm2 (15ŒsqŒmi) in the mountains and 50Œkm2 in the coastal clusters. a team of regional specialists and the latest technology provide a qualitatively new level of television production in the region. In preparation for the Olympics. Prepared specifically for the Games. security. routers.[12] In November 2013.000 subscribers) • 712Œkm (442Œmi) of fiber-optic cables along the Anapa-Dzhubga-Sochi highways and Dzhubga€Krasnodar branch • Digital broadcasting infrastructure. Infrastructure built for the games included: • A network of TETRA mobile radio communications for 100 user groups (with capacity of 10. dignitaries and fans information about the Games.[11] In January 2012. it was reported that the fiber-optic cable that was built by the Federal Communications Agency. US$580Œmillion would be spent on construction and modernization of telecommunications in the region. During the Games. MTS provide full coverage of the Sochi and the Krasnodar Territory. with network capacity doubled. the newest equipment for the television coverage of the Games arrived in the port of Adler. The Russian segment of the bandwidth of the CDNnetwork of MegaFon is about 250ŒGbit/s. The 4th generation is available in all major Olympic venues in the Imereti lowland and mountain cluster. Tele2 Russia increased the number of base stations in Sochi and Krasnaya Polyana by 15% and the network capacity up to 70%. telephones and contact-center systems. 100 Russian ruble banknote issued in 2013 by the Central Bank of Russia. Rossvyaz. The fiber-optic channel links Sochi between Adler and Krasnaya Polyana. including radio and television broadcasting stations (building and communications towers) with coverage from Grushevaya Polyana (Pear Glade) to Sochi and Anapa cities. the line was transferred to the ownership of the state enterprise Center of the IT world (Russian: •…ˆ•‚ ‘’“ ’‰). Russian mobile phone operator Megafon expanded and improved Sochi's telecom infrastructure with over 700 new 2G/3G/4G cell towers. The Russian Ministry of Communications. The 46-kilometre-long (29Œmi) channel enables videoconferencing and news reporting from the Olympics.000ŒGbit/s (54ŒTbit/s) of traffic. Avaya was named by the Sochi Organizing Committee as the official supplier of telecommunications equipment. The network is capable of handling up to 54. as well as Sochi airport and in the Olympic Park. the core networks of Rostelecom and Transtelekom are used. The project also includes construction of infocommunications centre for broadcasting abroad via three HDTV satellites. CDN service allows major media companies to provide users quick access to content without interruption and delays when transferring large amounts of data. Sochi is the first Games to offer 4G connectivity at a speed of 10ŒMB/sec. including switches. and provides 100% coverage of the Olympic facilities in the mountain cluster. Avaya provides the data network equipment. It provides engineers and technicians to design and test the systems. Rostelecom also built LTE 4th generation network. into a single infrastructure that can speed up information from the Internet for users. had no operator. The content delivery network of Megafon unites servers located in the major cities of Russia.

8 Power infrastructure A five-year strategy for increasing the power supply of the Sochi region was presented by Russian energy experts during a seminar on 29 May 2009. Rostelecom reported that it had connected the Olympic media center in Sochi to the Internet and organized channels of communication with the main media center of the Olympic Games in the coastal cluster and press center in Moscow. the State Corporation Olimpstroy and the Krasnodar Krai administration. On 11 December 2013 Rostelecom said it had completed its infrastructure for the games. held by the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee. The transport component of the infrastructure includes about 500 kilometres (310 miles) of fiber-optic communication lines linking 35 facilities. the Russian Ministry of Energy. . The Olympic Information Technology Center was the core of the project. Sochi's electricity distribution network included 900 kilometres (560Œmi) of cables and overhead transmission lines.5 acre). The media center was built at total cost of 17 million rubles. includes dependable microprocessor-based protection Night view of Sochi during the Olympics. In January 2014. and attended by International Olympic Committee (IOC) experts and officials from the Russian Ministry of Regional Development. Power demand of the Olympic infrastructure is expected to be about 340 MW. They are used as a backup transmitter. manage the Games' united network and integrate special solutions for each sport. the capacity of the regional energy network increase by two and a half times by 2014. as well as 500 substations. as well as for the organization of video play-out. two multiplexes and two FM-radio stations in the event of a fault or power failure in fixed installations. taken by Expedition 38 members from the International Space Station Earlier plans also include building combined cycle (steam and gas) power stations near the cities of Tuapse and Novorossiysk and construction of a cable-wire powerline. partially on the floor of the Black Sea.[15] President Putin had instructed Alexander Novak. Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network (RTRS). Power demand of Sochi in the end of May 2009 was 424 MW. under construction with two transformers 25 MW each. Mobile systems can broadcast a signal to a radius of about 30Œkm (19 miles). the country's Energy Minister to exert strict control over the energy system of Sochi to prevent possible power failures during the games. The main network's capacity has been increased to 140ŒGbit/sec.2014 Winter Olympics together with mobile operators organized internetwork roaming at Olympic venues. This measure allows subscribers access to the largest Russian operators at their standard fare to use the network of MegaFon. guaranteeing stable power supply during and after the Games. • Poselkovaya electrical substation became operational in early 2009 • • • • • • Sochi thermal power station is being reconstructed (expected power output is 160 MW) Laura and Rosa Khutor electrical substations were completed in November 2010 Mzymta electrical substation was completed in March 2011 Krasnopolyanskaya hydroelectric power station was completed in 2010 Adler CHP station design and construction was completed in 2012. depending on terrain. which has the exclusive right to work at Olympic venues. commissioned three mobile digital television broadcasting complexes. the state operator of Russia's extensive broadcasting infrastructure. The Center is aimed to process information flows. the largest IT facility for Sochi with an area of more than 2.[13] According to the strategy.000 square metres (0. Expected power output is 360 MW[14] Bytkha substation.

Tuapse-to-Adler railroad was renovated to provide double track throughout.[22] In May 2009. some going around the construction site and others being cut off. which serves the Tuapse€Sochi route.[18] The transport system serving the 2014 Winter Olympics. possibly overlapping Mzymta River. Among others. railroads and stations in and around Sochi. The line is served by Lastochka trains.25 kilometres (1. tens of tunnels and a bypass route for heavy trucks • 367Œkm (228 miles) of roads were paved. a new type of electric locomotive. 2.5Œkm (2.000 passengers.93Œmi) from the shore allows docking for cruise ships with capacities of 3.114Œft).Œ1 is located near Akhshtyr in Adlersky City District. based on the Siemens Desiro design.2014 Winter Olympics 9 Transportation The transport infrastructure prepared to support the Olympics includes many roads.[20] A new railway line was built to connect central Sochi and the local airport. The tunnel complex No. with an option for a further 16 which would be partly built in Russia.064Œft). At the Sochi airport.Œ1 (the final total is six) on the combined road (automobile Sochi seaport. completed in 2013 . the airport.[21] The cargo terminal of the seaport is to be moved from the centre of Sochi. The existing 102Œkm (63-mile).[19] Backup airports were built in Gelendzhik. Russian Railways started the construction of tunnel complex No. Mineralnye Vody and Krasnodar by 2009. a new offshore terminal 1. completed in 2010 • Road tunnel. and includes:[23] • Escape tunnel. 2. tunnels.473 metres (8. 102 bridges. Roadways have been detoured. All Russian Railways facilities in Sochi have been built or retrofitted to accommodate disabled passengers. a new terminal had been built along a 3.2-mile) runway extension. eveloped for commuting in the Russian environment.5Œkm (0. At the Port of Sochi. bridges. and railway) from Adler to Alpica Service Mountain Resort in the Krasnaya Polyana region.153 metres (7. In December 2009 Russian Railways ordered 38 Siemens Mobility Desiro trains for delivery in 2013 for use during the Olympics. and the venues in Krasnaya Polyana. completed in 2013 • One-track railway tunnel.40Œmi). The Sochi Light Metro is located between Adler and Krasnaya Polyana connecting the Olympic Park.[16] A "Lastochka" train. 2. increasing capacity and enabling a reliable regional service to be provided and extending to the airport. interchanges.[17] Russian Railways established a high-speed Moscow-Adler link and a new railroad (more than 60 kilometres or 37 miles long) passing by the territory of Ukraine. 8 flyovers.

In addition to standard services. from Kaliningrad in the west to Chukotka in the east. beginning a seven-day journey across Greece and on to Russia. Zvezdny (Stellar). In addition. including tertiary treatment with microfiltration. the flame was carried on flight Soyuz TMA-11M to the International Space Station (ISS). It is the longest torch relay in Olympic history. The Olympic flame was taken to the Caucasus‚ tallest peak • Mount Elbrus.[26] Six post offices were opened at competition venues. All new postal items and Post Offices in Sochi will be working during the Olympics until late at night all week. winding string and wax seal affixing. clients have access to unique services including two new products: "Fotomarka" and "Retropismo". Sochi's railway stations were renovated. A total of 14. and even the depths of Siberia's Lake Baikal.000Œmi) in length. stretching some 150 kilometres (93Œmi) along the Black Sea coast. and Loo railway stations.300 guests. These are Dagomys.[25] Significant funds were spent on the construction of an advanced sewage treatment system in Sochi. a new station was built from scratch. Matsesta. excluding Earth orbits in space. The torch also reached the Europe's highest mountain Mount Elbrus. Sochi. In Adler. Some 963 operate during the Olympics. and near the Sliding Center Sanki. while half of all the transport facilities will be used during the Paralympics. Estosadok. The guests will be able to board buses at transportation hubs. The torch returned to Earth five days later on board Soyuz TMA-09M. including the Games' emblem. the Olympic torch was lit in Ancient Olympia. and workers were trained to speak English. Retropismo service gives the customer to write their own stylus or pen on antique paper with further letters.000 torch carriers took part in the relay. is rebuilt anew. The buses run with 5-minute intervals during the Games. lowered to the bottom of Lake Baikal. using the services of a photographer in the office.000-mile route that passes through all regions of the country. and in the Olympic park cluster. a 40. and the spacecraft itself was adorned with Olympic-themed livery. New bus routes for the guests of the Olympics have begun operating in the city. The Games Torch relay The torch relay lasted 123 days and measured over 64. . two of them in the main media centre in Olympic Park and in the mountain village of Estosadok. 7 February 2014.000 kilometres (40. as well as in Krasnaya Polyana. On 29 September 2013. close to Krasnaya Polyana. located near the railway station in the centre of Sochi and also in Matsesta. designed by Olimpstroy. then the torch relay started at Moscow on 7 October 2013 before passing 83 Russian cities and arriving at Sochi on the day of the opening ceremony. and Adler neighborhoods. The torch was also passed for the first time in space. Lazarevskaya.[24] The first of the Olympic hotels.2014 Winter Olympics Russian Railways president Vladimir Yakunin said the road construction would cost more than 200Œbillion rubles. a new railway station was built while the original building was preserved. Torch relay in Moscow. Fotomarka gives the opportunity to get a stylized post block with eight souvenir stamps with one's own photos. Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazansky passed the torch at the outlet of the ISS. and visited the North Pole and the International Space Station. Khosta. Another new railway station was built in Estosadok. Khosta. Rosa Khutor Alpine Center. The system meets BREF standards and employs top available technologies for environment protection. the Olympic Park railway station. 10 Other infrastructure Funds were spent on the construction of hotels for 10. The Olympic torch reached the North Pole for first time via a nuclear-powered icebreaker (50 Let Pobedy).

and Zimbabwe. Paraguay. Seven nations. acrobatic and circus performances during the opening ceremony which was watched by a 40. The participating nations at the Winter Olympics 2014 in Sochi:ŒŒCountries debuting in the Winter OlympicsŒŒNot debuting. which beat the previous record of 82 set at the previous Winter Olympics in Vancouver. 2014. Dominica. are making their Winter Olympics debut. Malta. but the island's Olympic Committee chose not to send her to compete again as they did in 2010. Figure skater Irina Rodnina and ice hockey player Vladislav Tretiak lit the torch. ballet. Participating National Olympic Committees Fireworks over Fisht Olympic Stadium following the lighting of the Olympic Cauldron. participant nations Participating National Olympic Committees (number of qualifying athletes) • • • • • • • • • • • AlbaniaŒ(2) AndorraŒ(6) ArgentinaŒ(7) ArmeniaŒ(4) AustraliaŒ(61) AustriaŒ(130) AzerbaijanŒ(4) BelarusŒ(24) BelgiumŒ(7) BermudaŒ(1) Bosnia and HerzegovinaŒ(5) . A record 88 nations qualified to compete.2014 Winter Olympics 11 Opening ceremony The opening ceremony took place on February 7.000 strong audience at Sochi's Fisht Olympic Stadium. More than 3. The number of athletes who qualified per country is listed below . Similarly. South Africa decided not to send alpine skier Sive Speelman to Sochi. Mehdi-Selim Khelifi. Tonga. Timor-Leste. Kristina Krone qualified to compete in her second consecutive games for Puerto Rico. Togo. Algeria also did not enter its only qualified athlete.000 people from artistic groups participated in dance.

2014 Winter Olympics • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • BrazilŒ(13) British Virgin IslandsŒ(1) BulgariaŒ(18) CanadaŒ(221) Cayman IslandsŒ(1) ChileŒ(6) ChinaŒ(66) CroatiaŒ(11) CyprusŒ(2) Czech RepublicŒ(85) DenmarkŒ(12) DominicaŒ(2) EstoniaŒ(24) FinlandŒ(103) FranceŒ(105) GeorgiaŒ(4) GermanyŒ(153) Great BritainŒ(56) GreeceŒ(7) Hong KongŒ(1) HungaryŒ(16) IcelandŒ(5) IndiaŒ(3)[a] IranŒ(5) IrelandŒ(5) IsraelŒ(5) ItalyŒ(113) JamaicaŒ(2) JapanŒ(113) KazakhstanŒ(52) South KoreaŒ(71) KyrgyzstanŒ(1) LatviaŒ(58) LebanonŒ(2) LiechtensteinŒ(4) LithuaniaŒ(9) LuxembourgŒ(1) MacedoniaŒ(3) MaltaŒ(1) MexicoŒ(1) MoldovaŒ(4) MonacoŒ(5) MongoliaŒ(2) MontenegroŒ(2) MoroccoŒ(2) NepalŒ(1) NetherlandsŒ(41) 12 .

Algeria Colombia Ethiopia Ghana North Korea Senegal South AfricaCountries that are participating in 2014.2014 Winter Olympics • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • New ZealandŒ(15) NorwayŒ(134) PakistanŒ(1) ParaguayŒ(1) PeruŒ(3) PhilippinesŒ(1) PolandŒ(59) PortugalŒ(2) RomaniaŒ(24) RussiaŒ(226) San MarinoŒ(2) SerbiaŒ(8) SlovakiaŒ(62) SloveniaŒ(66) SpainŒ(20) SwedenŒ(106) SwitzerlandŒ(168) Chinese TaipeiŒ(3) TajikistanŒ(1) ThailandŒ(2) Timor-LesteŒ(1) TogoŒ(2) TongaŒ(1) TurkeyŒ(6) UkraineŒ(43) United StatesŒ(230) UzbekistanŒ(3) VenezuelaŒ(1) Virgin IslandsŒ(1) ZimbabweŒ(1) 13 Countries that participated in 2010. Dominica Luxembourg Malta Paraguay Philippines Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Tonga Venezuela British Virgin Islands . but not 2014. but did not in 2010.

ski jumping and snowboarding. The three skating sports disciplines are figure skating. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of medal events contested in each sports discipline. On 11 February. • • • • • • • Alpine skiing (10) () Biathlon (11) () Bobsleigh (3) () Cross-country skiing (12) () Curling (2) () Figure skating (5) () Freestyle skiing (10) () . National houses During the Games some countries will have a national house. There are six skiing sport disciplines•alpine. Houses can be either free for visitors to access or they can have limited access by invitation only. a meeting places for supporters. Krasnaya Polyana (Mountain Cluster) German House Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Radisson Hotel Azimut Hotel Resort (near Coastal Cluster) Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Sochi railway station Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Olympic Park (Coastal Cluster) Italy House Japan House Latvian House Holland Heineken House NOC Hospitality Houses of Russia Slovak Point Pyeongchang 2018 Korea House (no official) House of Switzerland USA House Official website [31] Official website [32] Sports 98 events over 15 disciplines in 7 sports were included in the 2014 Winter Olympics. athletes and other followers. the Indian Olympic Association was reinstated and India's athletes were allowed the option to compete under their own flag from that that time onward. as India was originally suspended in December 2012 over the election process of the Indian Olympic Association. Nordic combined. freestyle. cross-country skiing.2014 Winter Olympics Virgin Islands Zimbabwe a 14 India's athletes originally competed as Independent Olympic Participants and marched under the Olympic flag during the opening ceremony. and short track speed skating. curling. The two bobsleigh sports disciplines are bobsleigh and skeleton. ice hockey. speed skating. Nation Austria Canada China Mountain Cluster Location Name Austria Tirol House Website Official website [27] Coastal Cluster (Next to Fisht Olympic Stadium) Canada House Zhemchuzhina hotel China House Czech House Club France Official website Official website Official website [28] [29] [30] Czech Republic Adler France Germany Italy Japan Latvia Netherlands Russia Slovakia South Korea Switzerland United States Gornaya Karusel (Mountain Cluster) Estosadok. A total of twelve new events are contested to make it the largest Winter Olympics to date. and luge. The other four sports are biathlon.

• Ski mountaineering • Ski-orienteering • Winter triathlon Medals Sochi's medal design was unveiled in May 2013. would host the 2014 Bandy World Championships just before the Olympics. Sochi Olympic proposal.[34] These events were officially declared by Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge on 5 July 2011. marking the one-year anniversary of the event where pieces of the cosmic body fell into the Chebarkul Lake in the Ural Mountains in central Russia. • Ski slopestyle • Snowboard slopestyle • Snowboard parallel special slalom Team alpine skiing was presented as a candidate for inclusion in the Olympic program but the Executive board of the IOC rejected this Postage stamps of Pridnestrovie.[33] The events include: • • • • • Figure skating team event Women's ski jumping Mixed relay biathlon Ski half-pipe Team relay luge On 4 July 2011 the IOC announced that three events would be added to the program. the Executive Board of the IOC decided not to include the following sports in the review process of the program. The design is intended to resemble Sochi's landscape.[35][36] but the IOC rejected this request. Subsequently.2014 Winter Olympics • • • • • • • • Ice hockey (2) () Luge (4) () Nordic combined (3) () Short track speed skating (8) () Skeleton (2) () Ski jumping (4) () Snowboarding (10) () Speed skating (12) () 15 On 6 April 2011. with a semi-translucent section containing a "patchwork quilt" of diamonds representing mountains. . Federation of International Bandy. Those who win gold medals on 15 February will receive special medals with fragments of the Chelyabinsk meteor. The International Ski Federation persisted with the Games (2014). There were reports of Bandy possibly being added to the sports program. the international governing body. the diamonds themselves contain designs that reflect Russia's regions. nomination and this was considered. the IOC accepted a number of events that were submitted by their respective sports federations to be considered for inclusion into the official program of these Olympic Games. On 28 November 2006. decided to that Irkutsk and Shelekhov in Russia.

All dates are MSK (UTC+4) OC Opening ceremony ” Event competitions 1 Event finals EG Exhibition gala CC Closing ceremony February Ceremonies Alpine skiing Biathlon Bobsleigh 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd Events Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun OC 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ” 1 1 ” ” ” ” 1 ” ” ” 1 1 1 ” ” 2 ” ” 1 ” 1 ” 1 ” 1 1 ” ” 1 ” 1 1 ” 1 1 ” ” ” 1 ” 1 ” ” ” 1 1 ” 1 ” ” ” 1 1 ” 1 1 1 1 2 ” ” 1 1 2 1 1 ” ” 1 1 EG 1 1 1 1 ” 1 1 1 CC 10 11 3 12 2 5 10 2 4 Cross-country skiing Curling Figure skating Freestyle skiing Ice hockey Luge .2014 Winter Olympics 16 Medal table Key *ŒŒ Host nation (Russia) Rank 1 2 3 4 NOC ŒGermanyŒ(GER) ŒSwitzerlandŒ(SUI) ŒCanadaŒ(CAN) ŒNorwayŒ(NOR) ŒUnited StatesŒ(USA) 6 7 8 9 10 ŒNetherlandsŒ(NED) ŒBelarusŒ(BLR) ŒRussiaŒ(RUS)* ŒAustriaŒ(AUT) ŒChinaŒ(CHN) Gold Silver Bronze Total 7 5 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 9 46 3 1 5 3 3 3 0 5 4 2 15 44 1 1 2 6 6 5 1 5 1 0 17 45 11 7 11 13 13 12 4 12 7 4 41 135 11€25 Remaining NOCs Total Calendar In the following calendar each blue box represents one or more event competition(s). on that day. such as a qualification round. The yellow boxes represent medal-awarding finals for a sport with in each box the number of finals that were contested on that day.

cover the Coastal and Mountain clusters which encompass all of the Games' venues and infrastructure. Several areas are designated as "forbidden".000 Internal Troops of the Ministry of Interior will also provide security services during the Games. 1. will defend the Georgia-Russia border.000 law enforcement officials. In mid-January. including transport hubs such as railway stations. The 58th Army unit of the Russian Armed Forces. The United States also supplied Navy ships and other assets for security purposes. A group of 400 cossacks in traditional uniforms are also present to accompany police patrols. Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) was stationed in Sochi for the Games beginning on 7 January 2014. For the duration of the decree. .500 Siberian Regional Command troops were stationed in a military town near Krasnaya Polyana. travel restrictions will also be in effect in and around Sochi: "controlled" zones. A group of 10. including police and the Russian Armed Forces. dubbed the "ring of steel" by the media. visitors must pass through security checkpoints with x-ray machines. An unmanned aerial vehicle squadron. To enter controlled areas. A number of security organizations and forces began stationing in and around Sochi in January 2014. requiring that any protests and demonstrations in Sochi and the surrounding area through 21 March (the end of the Paralympics) be approved by the Federal Security Service. A Presidential Decree signed by President Vladimir Putin took effect on 7 January. along with S-400 and Pantsir-S1 air defense rockets will be used to protect Olympic airspace. metal detectors and explosive material scanners. including Sochi National Park and the border with Abkhazia.2014 Winter Olympics 17 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 3 8 Nordic combined Short track speed skating Skeleton Ski jumping ” Snowboarding Speed skating Total events Cumulative total February ” 1 1 5 5 1 1 1 8 13 1 5 18 1 1 1 8 26 ” 1 ” 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 62 5 67 2 1 8 75 6 81 ” 7 88 2 2 7 95 3 98 2 4 10 12 98 1 1 6 32 1 6 38 6 44 1 7 51 1 5 56 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd Events Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Security Measures Security during the Games will is being handled by over 40. Four gunboats were also deployed on the Black Sea to protect the coastline.

• Samsung • Visa Inc. threatening that terrorists would kidnap or "blow up" athletes during the Games. VGTRK. the U. NHK will film portions of the Games in 8K resolution for public viewing." Threats were received from the group Vilayat Dagestan. However. but some broadcasters obtained rights to further games as well.38 billion contract with NBC. In Australia.2014 Winter Olympics 18 Incidents and threats Organizers received several threats prior to the Games. after losing the 2010 and 2012 Games to CTV.. and a number of National Olympic Committees had also received threats via e-mail. stating that the Games were being staged "on the bones of many. Domestic broadcast rights were sold by Sportfive to a consortium of three Russian broadcasters. and NTV Plus. many Muslims killed .and buried on our lands extending to the Black Sea. Olympic sponsor Panasonic filmed the opening ceremony in 4K. Filming Several broadcasters are using the Games to trial the emerging ultra high definition television (UHDTV) standard. Chechen Islamist commander Doku Umarov called for attacks on the Games. Both NTV Plus and Comcast announced plans to film portions of the Games in 4K resolution. the 2014 Winter Olympics will mark the return of the Olympics to CBC Television and French sister network Ici Radio-Canada T•l• for the first time since 2008. Sponsors The following are the "Worldwide Olympic Partners": • • • • • • • • Atos The Coca-Cola Company Dow Chemical Company General Electric McDonald's Omega SA Panasonic Procter & Gamble A Volkswagen Jetta in 2014 Winter Olympics livery from sponsor Volkswagen Group Rus. the 2014 Winter Olympics will be the first in a US$4. The following are the "National Partners Sochi 2014": . In a July 2013 video release. while NTV+ planned to hold public and cinema viewings of the content. while the IOC did state that the letters "[contained] no threat and appears to be a random message from a member of the public".. the IOC awarded broadcast rights to just the 2014 Winter Olympics to Network Ten for A$20 million. broadcast rights to the 2014 Winter Olympics were packaged together with broadcast rights for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Media Broadcasting rights In most regions. after all three major commercial networks pulled out of bidding on rights to both the 2014 and 2016 Games due to cost concerns. which had claimed responsibility for the Volgograd bombings under the demands of Umarov. In the United States.S. Channel One. ski and snowboarding teams hired a private security agency to provide additional protection during the Games. extending its broadcast rights to the Olympic Games through 2020. In Canada. Comcast planned to offer its content through smart TV apps.

issued a statement in support of LGBT rights at the Games. which Circassians regard to be a genocide. who demanded that the events be cancelled or moved unless Russia apologises for the 19th-century deaths. allegations of the illegal dumping of construction waste threatening residents' health and safety. In March 2012. and pressure the IOC to show greater scrutiny towards the human rights abuses of future host countries. . and harassment of environmental and human rights activists and journalists who criticise Olympic preparations or the government's anti-LGBT policies. AT&T. evictions and displacement of residents to make way for Olympic venues. urging them to support the rights of LGBT people under the Olympic Charter. ruling that it would "[lead] to propaganda of non-traditional sexual orientation which can undermine the security of Russian society". Oregon suppress LGBT culture in Russia. activists argued the law was too vague (Human Rights Campaign president Chad Griffin believed that even kissing a same-sex partner or displaying LGBT symbols like the rainbow flag in public was illegal under the law). and world leaders. LGBT demonstrators posing with the Sochi sign human rights activists. and that it contradicted with public morality and the country's policies "in the area of family motherhood and childhood protection. religion. Olympic-focused campaigns were held in protest of Russia's anti-LGBT polices. the Russian government blocked the establishment of a Pride House in Sochi for the Games. gender or otherwise is incompatible with belonging to the Olympic Movement. primarily concerning exploitation of workers engaged in Olympic construction.2014 Winter Olympics • • • • • • • • Aeroflot Bosco MegaFon Rosneft Rostelecom Russian Railways Sberbank of Russia Volkswagen Group Rus 19 Concerns and controversies The lead-up to the Games were affected by numerous controversies and concerns. In early February 2014. although a writer for the Financial Times felt that a boycott would have been counter-productive. for being a broad attempt to in Portland. and disputes with Circassian nationalists. In particular. economic issues. and considered it inconsistent with the Olympic Charter. a supporter of the United States Olympic Committee. and there were also calls to boycott the Games. politics. becoming the first major Olympic advertiser to condemn Russia's policies. which states that "[discrimination] on grounds of race.[37] LGBT rights The rights of LGBT people in Russia were a major concern leading up to the Games. attributed it to an increase in the level of homophobic violence in the country. as there was no boycott of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing despite China's poor human rights record." Although the IOC and President Vladimir Putin both guaranteed the safety of LGBT athletes and spectators during the Games. a group of 40 major human and LGBT rights organizations sent a joint letter to the ten Worldwide Olympic Partner companies." The passing of a law in June 2013 banning the distribution of "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations" to minors was criticized by LGBT rights activists. On 3 February 2014.

S. as Australia. . a writer for the Washington Post has since noted that. was named for a group of Circassians who were defeated in a bloody battle with Russians while attempting to return home over it in 1864. along with inclement weather. there was speculation it may had been a symbolic boycott related to the anti-LGBT laws. states (including Utah. Executive Director Gilbert Felli stated that the rooms would be finished by 5 February. but that the additional costs were a "long-term investment" into making Sochi a year-round resort and winter sports complex.S. Budget and infrastructure issues While Olympic Games typically have high cost overruns. Criticism also surfaced over the quality and availability of accommodation in Sochi during the final weekend before the Games. three of the nine hotels for accredited media were left with unfinished rooms. in what is called ethnic cleansing or genocide. president Barack Obama confirmed the intent of the selections in an interview prior to the games. discoloured tap water." Although the U. including Barack Obama. the United States and Canada did for their indigenous cultures in 2000. U. with the costs being more than all the previous 21 Winter Olympics combined. Oligarch Arkady Rotenberg has won contracts worth $7. notes that relations between the government and construction companies appear closer in Sochi than in other games.S. for the 2014 Games they are much higher than usual. appointed Billie Jean King and Caitlin Cahow. the U. declined to attend the Opening Ceremony as national delegates.S. David Cameron. —stanbul The Games use of Krasnaya Polyana as a site for skiing and snowboarding events was also considered controversial to Circassians. though not to the same extent as the Russian law. Journalists reported various issues. including rooms that were unclean. In a press conference. and missing furniture or amenities. as its delegation instead. Although they denied their decisions were for political reasons. eight U. 2002. 20 Circassian concerns Some Circassian organisations have objected to the Games being held on land their ancestors held until 1864.2014 Winter Olympics A number of world leaders. stating that "there is no doubt we wanted to make it very clear that we do not abide by discrimination in anything. and argued that symbols of Circassian history and culture should be featured.[38] In response to the controversy. no working water. They demanded the Games be cancelled or moved unless Russia apologises. including discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Some Circassian groups accepted the Olympics. and 2010 respectively. stating that the costs were in line with previous Olympics. The Games also coincide with the 150th anniversary of this event. Due to contractors failing to meet deadlines. Fran–ois Hollande and Stephen Harper. IOC president Thomas Bach defended the high costs of the Games.[41] Circassians commemorate the banishment of the Circassians from Russia in Taksim.[39][40] when most of them were vanquished at the end of the Russian-Circassian War (1763€1864). while Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak noted that the media hotels just needed a "final cleaning". Allison Stewart of the Sa˜d Business School at Oxford.4 billion. Although he stressed diversity and made no reference to the controversy when announcing them. government was praised by HRC for the decision. as Krasnaya Polyana (which translates to "Red Hill" or "Red Glade"). which hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics) have laws regulating or banning the coverage of homosexuality in school sex education classes. who are both openly gay.

2014 Winter Olympics 21 Notes and references [1] Interfax (http:/ / www. dosb. biz/ olympics/ winter-olympics/ 2014/ 15926-sochi-opens-new-rail-line-for-2014-winter-olympics) Inside the Games. com/ 87553) Interfax. yuga. biz/ olympics/ winter-olympics/ 2014/ 9667-russian-deputy-pm-leads-sochi-delegation-to-inspect-munich-olympic-park) Inside the Games. gamesbids. from Alla Putiy & Erik W.biz. yugopolis. gov/ Recent GAIN Publications/ 2014 Winter Olympics Create New Opportunities for U. franceolympique. 8 October 2007 [23] Russian Railways started mountain tunnel complex construction from Sochi to Krasnaya Polyana (http:/ / sochi2014. com/ espritbleu/ actus/ 1902-un-club-france-au-coeur-de-lmotion-olympique. interfax. 22 August 2007 [19] Runway in Sochi airport will cross the river (http:/ / www. 2014 [3] "2014 Winter Olympics Create New Opportunities for U. wagmag. 14 July 2011 [7] Russian Deputy PM leads Sochi delegation to inspect Munich Olympic Park (http:/ / www. insidethegames. gudok. co. ru/ economics/ 06/ 07/ 2007/ 108439. 13 July 2009 [27] http:/ / sochi. ru/ sport/ olympic_games/ 20070807/ 70510471. 22 May 2010 [8] ™‹š‡‹•‚…›„ šŠœš‹ƒ• (http:/ / www. 29 May 2009 [14] Gazprom launches construction of Adler CHPS (http:/ / www. gov. php/ 50604) Gudok.ru. 8 July 2007 [20] Russia to build 3 reserve airports in country's south by 2009 (http:/ / en. biz/ 2007/ 10/ 1/ 306566. 24 November 2011 [11] "•‹ž„-2014 ŠœŸ‹ „• ˆ• šŠ¡¢£" (http:/ / www. coni. com/ / articles/ view. at/ en/ austria-tirol-house/ [28] http:/ / espritbleu. ru/ russia/ 20070707/ 68544988. houseofswitzerland. Wagmag. [22] Sochi authorities close the entrance to the city (http:/ / www. businessweek. 1 January 2010 [18] Expensive road to the Olympics (http:/ / www. de/ de/ olympia/ olympische-spiele/ winterspiele/ sotschi-2014/ news/ detail/ news/ deutsches_haus_botschaft_des_deutschen_sports/ [30] http:/ / sochi2014. com/ World/ Olympics/ 2010/ 0301/ Vancouver-Olympics-Embarrassed-Russia-looks-to-2014-Sochi-Olympics) The Christian Science Monitor. January 02. it/ it/ home/ casa-italia. html) Railway Gazette International. ru/ msk/ news/ transport/ 2007/ 10/ 08/ 240832/ print/ ) DP. 16 July 2013 [9] Russia prepares for Olympic Games 2014 faster than scheduled (http:/ / itar-tass. uk/ sport/ 0/ winter-sports/ 14027838) BBC Sport. nl/ [32] http:/ / www. gazeta. businessweek.S. usda. com/ articles/ 2014-01-02/ the-2014-winter-olympics-in-sochi-cost-51-billion). railwaygazette. IOC Nominee for Japan? € No Smoking in Sochi (http:/ / www. ru/ nets/ 2007/ 10/ 4275795/ ). com/ press/ news/ 2009/ september/ article68506/ ) Gazprom. ru/ galleries/ sport/ 2013/ 07/ 16/ 423/ sochi-2014-sochi-olimpiada-v-sochi-olimpiiskoe-stroitelstvo) Yugopolis. html [31] http:/ / www. 5 July 2011 . 6 July 2007 [16] Sochi opens new rail line for 2014 Winter Olympics (http:/ / www. rosbalt. 7 August 2007 [26] Minister of Natural Resources held a meeting on design and construction of sewage treatment facilities in preparation for 2014 Olympics in Sochi (http:/ / www. html) GamesBids. co. fas. osp. pdf) [4] Experts analyzed which industries are most interested in Sochi Olympics (http:/ / www. radiomayak. hollandheinekenhouse. Women's World Cup. aroundtherings. com/ eng/ other_news/ 1216135972.RU. mnr. html) Rosbalt. dp. insidethegames. 1 March 2010 [6] Rio Golf Course. html?id=67646) Mayak Radio. 7 July 2007 [21] "Playing in the snow | WAG MAGAZINE ONLINE" (http:/ / www. 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longitude: 39.ru/en/) • Galina Masterova Sochi: an Olympic makeover (http://rbth. Pages 1€7. com/ 2013/ 12/ 17/ president_obama_joins_list_of_world_leaders_to_snub_sochi_olympics/ )". It's Bandy (http:/ / www. com/ 2010/ 01/ 29/ sports/ olympics/ 29bandy.952505+(Sochi)) • Open Directory Project: Sochi 2014 Directory of links for the games. PrecededŒby Vancouver Winter Olympics SucceededŒby Sochi Pyeongchang XXII Olympic Winter Games (2014) . 21 March 2010 [38] " President Obama joins list of world leaders to snub Sochi Olympics (http:/ / www.olympic. Salon.. 9€14 [40] Encyclop¥dia Britannica entry for Circassians: "From ancient times Circassia. [39] Jaimoukha. Institute for War and Peace Reporting Caucasus Reporting Service No. Circassians Voice Olympian Anger (http:/ / iwpr. 22 External links • • • • Sochi 2014 (http://sochi2014.google.again! (http:/ / www. 9 March 2010 [37] Russian Olympics clouded by 19th century deaths (http:/ / www. Reuters.com/maps?t=k& z=15&q=43. net/ ?p=crs& s=f& o=339641& apc_state=henpcrs). com/ article/ 2010/ 03/ 21/ russia-olympics-protest-idUSLDE62K02S20100321).. reuters. Amjad. eastbourneherald. co. html?pagewanted=all) New York Times. Ancient Circassian Cultures and Nations in the First Millennium BCE. Retrieved on 2 April 2010. 18 December 2013..953) (http://maps. 23 February 2010 • Sochi (Google satellite image.. 29 January 2010 [36] No time to relax! The show must go on.404.html) Russia Now.com/sochi2014) on Facebook Sochi 2014 (IOC) (http://www. nytimes. uk/ news/ comment/ no-time-to-relax-the-show-must-go-on-again-1-1432453) Eastbourne Herald.2014 Winter Olympics [35] It's Not Hockey.facebook." [41] Azamat Bram.org/sochi-2014-winter-olympics) Olimpstroy state corporation (http://sc-os. latitude: 43. 5 October 2007.404059+39.com) (Russian) (English) (French) 2014 Winter Olympics (https://www. salon.ru/articles/2010/02/23/230210_olympic. 413. acquired the exotic reputation common to lands occupying a crucial area between rival empires. comprising roughly the northwestern region of the Caucasus.

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