Seventeen days have come and gone, and we've finally reached the finish line.
All but three events are complete, and in a final push the hosts went over the top.
A pair of medals keep the United States on top, but it's the contest they lost that stings.
A two-medal day vaults Team USA to a significant, though not impassable, lead in the medal count.
Another large day for Team USA, and it was barely enough to keep pace with their closest competitors.
The Americans are still tied for the medal lead, but their partners changed. Do-si-do!
Team USA made history today -- twice.
Group play is done in hockey, and it's a Russian disaster.
The home team finally takes the lead -- but the Americans took something far, far more important.
Oh, look. There's an absolute tie atop the medal leaderboard.
For the second time this week, "SWEEP SWEEP" has nothing to do with curling.
The top of the medal table gets a little more crowded, and it took until late at night for the US to medal.
It wasn't a stellar day, but it was the best day so far for Team USA -- not least because history was made.
Curling is underway, and the USA starts the day off with another medal but can't add.
Day 3 was a pretty exciting day, if you managed to catch everything.
A fine start, but it was just a start -- and Team USA is already looking uphill after five medal events.
The Opening Ceremonies are done, and it's time to get down to action. Here's what you need to know.
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BotC's guide to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
I tell the players that they can’t relive any day in their lives and that they can’t relive the minutes of a game, so they should make a great effort, a Mount Everest type effort, to live up to the...