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KETK will be the home of the Olympic Games through 2032

KETK will be the home of the Olympic Games through 2032

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Wednesday awarded NBCUniversal (NBCU) the broadcast rights in the USA for the Olympic Games through to 2032.
Americans lose in hockey, crushed 5-0 by Finland in bronze medal game

Americans lose in hockey, crushed 5-0 by Finland in bronze medal game

 The U.S. men's hockey team lost any dream of an Olympic medal Saturday when Finland crushed them 5-0 in the consolation game for the bronze medal in the Sochi Games.
Australian para-snowboarder Matthew Robinson dies aged 28

Australian para-snowboarder Matthew Robinson dies aged 28

Tragedy has struck ahead of the 2014 Paralympic Games with the death of Australian para-snowboarder Matthew Robinson following a heart attack.
Turning Sochi medals into money

Turning Sochi medals into money

Winter Olympians are often overlooked and underpaid compared to other athletes, but a handful of Sochi stars could score sponsorship gold.
American wins gold in men's ski halfpipe

American wins gold in men's ski halfpipe

X Games extraordinaire David Wise is now an Olympic champion.
Davis, White earn first U.S. Olympic gold in ice dancing

Davis, White earn first U.S. Olympic gold in ice dancing

They already were the world's best in ice dance twice. Now -- in a first for an American pair -- Meryl Davis and Charlie White hold Olympic gold.
Hockey: US tops Russia in OT thriller

Hockey: US tops Russia in OT thriller

 In a heart-pounding finish, Team USA punched a victory Saturday against Russia, in what is one of the hockey world's greatest rivalries.
Sochi 2014: 'I did it for Dad' says U.S. OIympic hero Joss Christensen

Sochi 2014: 'I did it for Dad' says U.S. OIympic hero Joss Christensen

Joss Christensen led a U.S. clean sweep in freestyle skiing slopestyle at the Sochi Winter Olympics Thursday before paying an emotional tribute to his late father.
International Olympic Committee reinstates India at Sochi after ban

International Olympic Committee reinstates India at Sochi after ban

The International Olympic Committee has reinstated India, allowing its athletes to once again compete under their country's flag after a ban of more than a year.
Sochi 2014: Why does the Winter Olympics matter?

Sochi 2014: Why does the Winter Olympics matter?

SOCHI, Russia (CNN) -- Why does Sochi 2014 matter? It's a question worth asking given we're thick into the action of the 22nd Winter Games.
What you didn't see in Sochi

What you didn't see in Sochi

Nobody looks to Olympic opening ceremonies for historical exactitude. Yet the brutal denialism of the opening spectacle at the 2014 Sochi Games should anger and sadden every viewer -- and Russian viewers most of all.
Trapped in Sochi bathroom, bobsledder punches hole in door

Trapped in Sochi bathroom, bobsledder punches hole in door

American bobsledder Johnny Quinn is the Olympics' version of the Incredible Hulk. Or something like that. Quinn was in his bathroom in Russia's Olympic Village in Sochi when the door jammed Saturday.
U.S. wins first gold medal of 2014 Sochi Olympics

U.S. wins first gold medal of 2014 Sochi Olympics

The United States clinched the first gold medal of Sochi's Winter Olympics Saturday, but the Dutch dominated on ice and a joint record was claimed by Norway.
Official: Plane lands in Turkey after bomb threat, passenger wants to land in Sochi

Official: Plane lands in Turkey after bomb threat, passenger wants to land in Sochi

A Pegasus Airlines plane landed at an Istanbul airport Friday after a passenger "said that there was a bomb on board" and wanted the plane to land in Sochi, Russia, the site of the Winter Olympics, said officials with Turkey's Tra