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List of events scheduled for each day of the Sochi games, Feb. 7 to 23.
Learn more about events at the winter games. Featured are interactive explainers on bobsledding, cross-country skiing, figure skating, moguls, the skeleton, ski cross and speed skating.
Long strides and efficient crossovers are the keys to victory in long-track speed skating.
Precise control of body, weight and ski edges lets skiers skid around gates at breakneck speeds.
Ski cross, which was born at the X Games, combines freestyle skiing and downhill racing.
Quickness, precision and nerves of steel are the keys to winning the skeleton, a head-first slide down an ice track at speeds topping 80 mph.
In moguls it's down a bumping slope with a pair of jumps for skiers to do moves such as flips.
Jumping is the key to winning, and the key to a successful quad toe loop is getting the right mix of height and rotation.
Cross-country skiing is done in two styles -- freestyle and classical -- both requiring strength, endurance and flawless technique.
How the racers start in bobsled. Quick starts are key to winning the competition.