Nordic champ Watabe wins 7th event of season
Overall winner Akito Watabe claimed his seventh World Cup win of the season in Nordic combined skiing Saturday.
Germany wins gold medal in Nordic combined
Germany won the gold medal in Nordic combined.
Rydzek tops German sweep in Nordic combined
Johannes Rydzek wins the Nordic combined large hill gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, leading a German sweep of the podium.
Frenzel rallies, defends gold in Nordic combined
Germany's Eric Frenzel erased 38 seconds after the ski jumping stage of the Nordic combined and surged ahead in the 10-kilometer cross-country race to defend his gold medal in the event.
Watabe wins 4th straight Nordic combined event
Akito Watabe of Japan won his fourth straight Nordic combined World Cup event on Saturday to enhance his position as a gold medal contender at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Fletcher earns Games spot in Nordic combined
Bryan Fletcher qualified for his second consecutive Olympic team in Nordic combined after rallying for a victory at the U.S. trials Saturday.
Lamy-Chappuis injures leg, may miss Olympics
Former Olympic Nordic combined champion Jason Lamy-Chappuis has a right leg injury that could jeopardize his participation at the Pyeongchang Games.
U.S. skiers take 2 medals at Nordic worlds
Charlotte Kalla gave host Sweden its first gold medals of the Nordic skiing world championships by winning the women's 10-kilometer freestyle race Wednesday, while American teammates Jessie Diggins and Caitlin Gregg surprisingly took silver and bronze.
ESPN.com: Our most memorable moments from the Sochi Olympics
From big upsets in hockey to I-Pod's breakthrough to a local joint that make made us feel at home, our Sochi staff shares its most memorable moments from the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Forrest: Did Sochi Olympics accomplish what Putin, country wanted?
As the Sochi Olympics come to a close, Brett Forrest examines whether the event lived up to its billing for Russia now, and beyond.
Norway erases deficit for Nordic combined gold
Cross-country ski specialist Magnus Moan made up a 25-second deficit on the first leg and Norway outdueled Germany and defending champion Austria to win Olympic gold in the Nordic combined team event Thursday.
Ski jump training canceled for Nordic combined
Ski jump training for the Nordic combined large hill team event at the Olympics was canceled Wednesday because of the condition of the landing area following a steady, daylong rain.
Forrest: Caution in the air for Russian fans as Olympics continue
For Russians, the Olympics have not been a thrill -- they're from here. It may explain why the country's mood, especially in Sochi, has been generally subdued so far.
Norway finishes 1-2 in Nordic combined large hill
Joergen Graabak broke away from a five-man group with about 100 meters left in the cross-country race to give Norway a one-two finish in the Nordic combined large hill event Tuesday at the Sochi Olympics.
Japanese Nordic combined jumper Kato injured
Taihei Kato of Japan broke his left arm Tuesday when he fell hard while landing during the ski jumping component of the Nordic combined large hill event at the Sochi Olympics.
Frenzel to try for second gold despite virus
Normal hill gold-medal winner Eric Frenzel of Germany will start Tuesday's Nordic combined large hill final despite a virus.
Forrest: Finding the meaning of hockey in central Sochi
You don't have to go far to find locals in Sochi who are quick to tell you how important hockey is to the country. Brett Forrest found one local hangout where nerves were rattled during Team Russia's men's hockey opener.
Germany's Frenzel wins gold in Nordic combined
Eric Frenzel of Germany led after ski jumping and then powered home on the cross-country course to win the gold medal Wednesday in the Nordic combined individual normal hill at the Sochi Olympics.
Viewer's guide: What's on our radar for Sochi Olympics
A look at some of the events on our radar at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Forrest: Russia 'comparisons' not fair representation of country
Since it won the Olympic bid, all Russia wanted was a chance to show that it was a modern, forward-looking country. Over the next two weeks, it will have this chance.
Caple: How Lillehammer Games set the Winter standard
From the weather to the dramas to the inspiring stories, the 1994 Lillehammer Games not only set the standard, they also best represented the Olympic ideal.
Six-time Olympian Lodwick to carry U.S. flag
The United States has chosen six-time Olympian Todd Lodwick to be the team's flagbearer at Friday's opening ceremony for the Sochi Games.
Foudy Asks: What Comes to Mind When You Think of Russia?
Julie Foudy asks U.S. Olympic athletes for their impressions of the Games' host country Russia.
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Team Sky to officially become Team INEOS
Team Sky have officially become Team INEOS after Sky and 21st Century Fox agreed to a sale, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
Japan Olympic Committee chief Tsunekazu Takeda to step down amid suspected corruption
Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is under investigation for suspected corruption, said on Tuesday he will step down from his position when his term ends in June and resign from the International Olympic Committee.
ESPN India awards jury speak: Chetan Baboor explains his choices
Four-time national TT champion Chetan Baboor, part of the jury for the ESPN India Awards 2018, explains his choices in each category.
ESPN India Awards 2018: Chhetri, Hima and other nominees that narrowly missed out
Here's a list of the best nominations that almost made the final cut and could well have even won their respective categories in a leaner year.
WADA appeal leads to court case for Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang
A doping case involving Chinese swimmer Sun Yang is going to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
World Anti-Doping Agency vindicated over reinstating Russia - president
The World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie said Russia's decision to allow access to data from a notorious Moscow lab was a "game-changer".