During the debut of women’s freeski slopestyle, Canadian Yuki Tsubota suffers, quite possibly, the worst crash of the Sochi Games.
Tuesday in Sochi was about making Olympic history.
How did Shaun White, the best snowboarder of his era, place in the men’s halfpipe finals? Read on to find out.
24 Hour News 8’s Amanda Jarrett takes you for a ride down the luge track at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex in Muskegon.
Team USA continued its podium streak thanks to Alpine skier Julia Mancuso. The day also featured a dramatic men’s mogul final.
The Winter Olympians took to the snow and ice Monday for more thrilling competition. Relive the celebrations and crashes through these images.
The Red Wings’ Pavel Datsyuk is set to play for Team Russia despite dealing with what’s believed to be a significant lower-body injury.
Nick Baumgartner is enjoying every minute of his second Olympic experience.
While United States’ bobsledder Johnny Quinn has spent a lot of time training for his competition, he has also spent a lot of time doing something else – escaping.
Olga Graf celebrates her bronze medal in the women’s 3000m with a little extra style. After the race Graf told the AP, “I totally forgot, we have very good suits and they are very tight.
Matt Lauer interviews Gen. Viktor Eliseyev, conductor of the Russian Police Choir, whose performance of ‘Get Lucky’ from the Opening Ceremony has become a viral sensation.
The Muskegon Winter Sports Complex has one of the four luge tracks in the entire country.
Day 2 of the Sochi Olympics featured 8 medal events, including the first ever women’s snowboarding slopestyle and team figure skating events.
Speedskater Kelly Gunther of the Detroit area will have a chance a gold next week. But her road to the Olympics has been rough.
It turns out when you combine sports with ice, or snow, occasionally the end result is a wreck, crash, fall, or an extreme wipeout.
Shortly after the sun rose in Sochi Sunday morning, another American champion was crowned.