WADA Report Confirms Government-Aided Doping Program in Russia
A WADA-commissioned report confirms an extensive Russian government doping coverup and program.
women in sports
Nana Fujimoto Is Out To Save Everything
Nana Fujimoto was a hockey prodigy in Japan before walking away from the sport. She came back when she was ready, and now the NWHL goalie isn't going anywhere.
WADA Accuses Russia of Widespread Doping Cover-up, Recommends Suspensions
WADA has released it's report into Russian doping and has recommended suspending the RAF, and accuses the government in engaging in cover up.
With the Russian Ruble Collapsing, What's Putin's Next Move?
Economic sanctions and the falling price of oil seem to be crippling Russia's fragile economy, but is that actually a good thing for the West?
Peter Lawrence Kane
I Watched the Sochi Olympics with the Putin Youth
I viewed the Sochi Olympics in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, so I could eat lamb dumplings and drink Czech lager. I ended up hanging out with members of Putin's Youth, young people in support of Putin’s aspirations for a unified, powerful Russia. They...
"Without You" Tumblr Shows Figure Skating Duos Without Their Better Half
Christopher Hiltz digitally manipulates photos to create images that are both hilarious and oddly melancholy.
[Photos] The Selfie Monument At The Olympics Up Close And Personal
Look at some magnified pics of one of the more interesting attractions at Sochi
The Sochi Olympics Were Designed Inside 5Pointz Graffiti Haven
As far as we know, there's no graffiti at the Opening Ceremony...
5 Game-Changing Olympic Opening Ceremony Spectacles
Including fake UFOs, Firework footprints, and Björk's projection mapped dress.
Sochi 2014: Mountains of Money
The 2014 Winter Games have cost Russia about $50 billion, making them the most expensive in history. There's more money to be made than ever before—especially if you're a friend of President Putin.
The Environmental Martyr of the Sochi Olympics
Russian activist Evgeny Vitishko faces three years in a labor camp for vandalizing a fence near Sochi. The severe punishment is almost certainly an attempt to silence a vocal critic of the environmental costs of this year's Olympics.
The Big Gay Russian Surprise of the Winter Olympics
In less than a month, the world will turn its attention to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. As the Russian government gets ready for the event, the gay community is preparing in a slightly different way.