ICE HOCKEY: Finals fever is sweeping Sochi, with the women’s semis decided for the 2014 Winter Olympics.
ICE HOCKEY: On paper it was just another preliminary round group A game in the men's ice hockey tournament at the Sochi Olympics, but when rivals USA and Russia took centre ice it was more than just a skirmish between two world superpowers.
ALPINE SKIING: Australia’s Dominic Demschar has pulled out of his debut Olympic event the Men’s Super G on Sunday.
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Being chosen by the AOC to represent Australia as an Olympian is a huge honour.
FIGURE SKATING: Being in the spotlight is what Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman do best, but the bright lights of the Olympics have taken the dynamic duo a little getting used to.
SKELETON: John Farrow has put down his fastest time at the Sanki Sliding Centre in the fourth and final run, to finish in 17th place on Olympic debut.
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Torah Bright admits that about 18 months ago some people questioned her decision to enter the unique world of Snowboard Cross, but in the event’s Olympic Winter Games final on February 16, she hopes to have the last laugh.
The disappointment of missing the Vancouver 2010 Olympics is the driving force behind Australia’s Bobsleigh pilot Heath Spence.
SHORT TRACK: The women’s 1500m Short Track Speed Skating has got underway with a roaring crowd at the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi.
BOBSLEIGH: Seven athletes will make their Winter Olympic debuts in Bobsleigh at the Sochi 2014 Games, having already represented their country at the Summer Olympics.