Sochi 2014: Day 16
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Hosts Russia finish top of the medal table and Britain equals its best performance as Sochi 2014 comes to an end.Read full article on Russia on top as 2014 Games end
Mike Hay, GB's chef de mission at the 2014 Winter Olympics, rejects accusations that sports at the Games are elitist.Read full article on Winter sports not elitist - GB chief
Inspired by curling at the Sochi Winter Olympics? Then put on your snazziest trousers and give the game a go.Read full article on Is curling the new rock 'n' roll?
National funding body UK Sport is set to increase financial support for British winter sports following a successful Sochi Games.Read full article on GB winter sports set for funding boost
BBC Sport looks at how Team GB performed in Sochi after surpassing the medal target set by UK SportRead full article on How did Team GB perform in Sochi?
Team GB's Winter Olympians perform 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams as BBC Sport looks back at their greatest moments from Sochi 2014.Read full article on Team GB perform Pharrell's 'Happy'
BBC Sport presents the Sochi 2014 Awards - a selection of the greatest and most defining moments of the Sochi Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi's big shocks and best celebrations
"Great, New, Open" reads a Winter Olympics slogan. BBC Sport asks whether Sochi marks a change in Russia's outlookRead full article on Does Sochi success signal a new Russia?
Russian freestyle skier Maria Komissarova says she has no feeling from the waist down after a training crash in Sochi.Read full article on Russian Komissarova left paralysed
Great Britain come within 0.11 seconds of a medal in the four-man bobsleigh as Russia win their 13th gold of the Games.Read full article on GB miss out on bobsleigh medal
Swedish ice hockey player Nicklas Backstrom becomes the sixth athlete to fail a drugs test at the Winter Olympics.Read full article on Swedish star Backstrom tests positive
Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win the men's ice hockey gold medal and retain their Olympic title in Sochi.Read full article on Canada beat Sweden to ice hockey gold
Alexander Legkov wins gold as hosts Russia dominate the men's 50km cross-country race and finish top of the medal table.Read full article on Russian gold seals top medal haul
Tennis legend Billie-Jean King urges the International Olympic Committee to assess equal opportunity policies of future venuesRead full article on Legend King issues venue plea to IOC
Austria's Mario Matt beats his team-mate Marcel Hirscher to men's slalom gold in his last-ever Olympic race.Read full article on Austria's Matt wins slalom gold
Ukrainian cross-country skier Marina Lisogor fails a doping test, her country's Olympic Committee announces.Read full article on Ukraine's Lisogor fails drugs test
The men and women (and puppies) who stole the show for better or worse at Sochi 2014
BBC Sport looks back at some of the funniest moments from Sochi 2014, from the outrageous trousers of Norway's curlers to the Russian police choir's take on Daft Punk.
At a cost of £30bn it was the most expensive Winter Olympics ever, but did Vladimir Putin get his money's worth?Read full article on Vladimir Putin's Olympic journey
Cutting edge technology, secret squirrels and covert recordings - Nick Hope explores Britain's bid for a bobsleigh medalRead full article on Formula 1 on ice
GB curling skip David Murdoch on bringing home an Olympic silver medal to the town scarred by disasterRead full article on 'I was 300 yards away as the plane came down in Lockerbie'
A look at how the Winter Olympics has inspired the nationRead full article on Olympic fever spreading across the nation
What do the Beatles, James Bond and the Titanic have to do with curling? And how did George Clooney get hooked on the sport?Read full article on Ten things you didn't know about curling
What's it like to be a reporter at the Winter Olympics? School Reporters from Barnsley asked BBC Sport's Ollie Williams.Read full article on Reporting the Winter Olympics
As Lizzy Yarnold wins gold, Britain's fourth skeleton medal in as many Games, why does Team GB excel in this particular event?Read full article on Why are the British so good at skeleton?
Get to know your Nordic combined skiing from your biathlon, your snowboard parallel slalom from your luge, thanks to BBC Sport.Read full article on Sochi sport-by-sport explained
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Watch BBC Sport’s guide to alpine skiing ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to alpine skiing
Watch BBC Sport’s guide to the biathlon ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to biathlon
Watch BBC Sport’s guide to the bobsleigh ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to bobsleigh
BBC Sport presents the Sochi 2014 Awards - a selection of the greatest and most defining moments of the Sochi Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: BBC Sport presents The Sochi Awards
Scotland won't be fazed by a 6,600 sell-out crowd when they take on hosts Canada at the World Curling Championships.Read full article on World Curling Championships: Scots face fierce Canadian crowd
Watch BBC Sport's guide to figure skating ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to figure skating
BBC Sport looks back at some of the coolest moments in February, featuring some of the best bits from Sochi 2014, two world records and a spectacular cycling crash.Read full article on February's coolest moments: World records and Winter Olympics
Fife Flyers take their play-off dream to the final weekend of the season after wins over Belfast Giants and Dundee Stars.Read full article on Fife Flyers maintain play-off hopes as Braehead Clan stutter
Watch BBC Sport's guide to luge ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to luge
Watch BBC Sport's guide to Nordic combined skiing ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to Nordic combined skiing
Short track skater Elise Christie is ready to "move on" from the Winter Olympics as she eyes a World Championship medal.Read full article on Speed skating: Elise Christie focused on World Championships
Winter Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold is quizzed by former Scotland rugby player Chris Paterson during Question of Sport filming.Read full article on Question of Sport: Lizzy Yarnold on bananas and The Archers
Watch BBC Sport’s guide to ski jumping ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Read full article on Sochi 2014: Guide to ski jumping
Snowboarder Taylor Gold wins the US Open halfpipe title with a run made up of several classic grabs, including a Cab 1080 roast beef and a crippler chicken salad.Read full article on US Open halfpipe: Taylor Gold wins 2014 title
Elise Christie wins 500m silver at the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships in Montreal on Saturday.Read full article on Speed skating: Elise Christie wins World Championships silver