- When the 2014 Sochi Winter Games came to a close, Canada finished with 25 medals. Of the 25, nine were won in freestyle skiing events.
- The very first medal handed out in Sochi was in men's snowboard slopestyle, one of the new events, where competitors descend down the mountain on a course of rails and jumps.
- As the four year run to Pyeongchang, South Korea, beings questions surround the participation the NHL and the role of the North Koreans. The weather, at least, should be wintry enough.
- Now that the athletes have left, Sochi, Russia, will need to decide what to do with its new, immense, sparking venues. Here's a look at the state of venues from other Olympics, as far back as Sarajevo in 1984.
- For Vladimir Putin, the Sochi Olympic Games helped reflect a new Russia that had left the Soviet Union days behind. But away from all the cameras, many questions remain.
- Despite Canada's many successes at the Sochi Games, it fell short of its goals, a stumble that's highlighted the escalating medals race between countries and reinvigorated Own The Podium's critics.
- Each evening during Olympic Primetime we ask you to explain an Olympic event on Twitter in 140 characters or less. Here are the best tweets from February 22, 2014.
- Sochi's Olympics turned out to be a barrel of fun for the host Russians as they won the most medals overall and most gold medals.
- World Cup leaders earn four of the six medals, and the home-track advantage came through for Russian sliders.
- Nine medals were up for grabs in the Nordic combined competition in Sochi, and rivals Germany and Austria made off with the lion's share.