USA – Russia Ice Hockey Clash Ended in Score 3:2

American ice hockey team gained victory in USA-Russia match, which was  really a nail-biting Sochi Olympic  clash in the latest chapter of the two giants' historic rivalry. T.J. Oshie scored the shootout winner as the United States defeated Russia
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Complimentary Bowling For Life To U.S. Athletes

Nationally-acclaimed Boutique Bowling and Entertainment Brand Adds Incentive to Get ‘Lucky’ During the Games Lucky Strike, the nationally-acclaimed boutique bowling and entertainment brand, today announced that it is lending its support to U.S. athletes competing in Sochi by adding a little extra incentive to get ‘lucky.’ In early February, the best (more...)

Sport Brings People Together, Transforms Lives

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to unite in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they can understand,” the late South African leader Nelson Mandela once said. As the world turns its focus to the (more...)

The XXII Olympic Winter Games Openning in Sochi

The XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi in 2014 has opened with a grand show thrilling spectators at the Fisht Olympic Stadium and billions of viewers around the world. The Ceremony started at exactly 20:14 Moscow Time, which symbolizes the year of the first Winter Games (more...)

Olympic Truce Wall Unites Athletes In The Name of Peace

The symbolic Olympic Truce Wall opened on February 4 in the Coastal Olympic Village. According to the tradition of the Olympic Movement, the Olympic Truce Wall is installed in the Olympic Villages a few days before the opening of the Games in order to let the competitors (more...)

Super Bowl Sunday: An Unofficial Holiday for Millions

Each year, on a Sunday at the end of January or beginning of February, tens of millions of Americans declare their own unofficial holiday. Gathered in groups large and small, nearly half of all U.S. households participate vicariously in a televised spectacle that has far outgrown (more...)

Paralympics Highlight More than Athletic Skill

Following the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, Russia will host the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games March 7–16. Paralympic athletes will compete in skiing, hockey, biathlon and — for the first time — snowboarding competitions. The Paralympic Games are not just a chance to showcase the amazing ways in (more...)

U.S. Figure Skater Edmunds at Home on the Ice

By Morgan O'Brien Staff Writer In February, most students at San Jose, California’s Archbishop Mitty High School will be focused on homework and midterm tests. Sophomore Polina Edmunds’ thoughts may be elsewhere, because from February 19 to 20, the figure skater will take center stage in the Iceberg Skating (more...)

Aerial Skier Dylan Ferguson Flying High for Sochi

At age 25, Massachusetts native Dylan Ferguson can count skateboarding, surfing and making his own clothes among his many accomplishments, but his biggest ambition is to represent the United States at the Sochi Games and bring home an Olympic medal in freestyle aerials skiing. After propelling themselves (more...)

Eagles to Host 6th Annual American Red Cross Blood Drive

More than 800 Philadelphia Eagles Fans set to visit Lincoln Financial Field & help save lives in our community Hundreds of Philadelphia Eagles Fans are set to visit Lincoln Financial Field tomorrow in support of the team and their 6th Annual American Red Cross Blood Drive.  The (more...)

U.S. Delegations to Ceremonies of 2014 Olympic Winter Games

President Barack Obama announced the designation of Presidential Delegations to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russian Federation. Presidential Delegation to the Opening Ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games The Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in (more...)

Olympic Torch Takes Its First Spacewalk

In a view from Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy’s helmet camera, flight engineer Oleg Kotov waves the Olympic torch outside the International Space Station during a November 9 spacewalk. The torch taken on the spacewalk will be used to light the flame at the Olympic Games in February 2014 in Sochi, a (more...)

Soccer: America’s Sport of the Future?

Football, or soccer as it is called in the United States, is the most widely played and watched sport in the world. Historically, this sport had not garnered much attention in the United States. That began to change in the 1960s and 1970s, but the major (more...)

Philadelphia Announces Artist Selection For Joe Frazier Statue

The City of Philadelphia announced that Lawrence J. Nowlan will be the artist to create a statue in honor of Joe Frazier. Mr. Nowlan previously created the Harry Kalas Memorial Statue at Citizens Bank Park. The statue is scheduled to be erected at XFINITY Live! by Spring 2014. “I have (more...)

Harlem Globetrotters Prove Victorious On Ice In Michigan

Since the NHL plans their return, the world famous Harlem Globetrotters made history today by playing an outdoor basketball game on ice in Michigan.  Using ice cleats and hockey helmets, the Globetrotters proved victorious over the Global Select with the help of (more...)


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