CBC is the place to be for the countdown to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. We are officially one year awayfrom Sochi 2014 and the celebration has already started. As the Official Broadcaster, CBC is taking you to Sochi, Russia all week long. So, get ready, because the road to the XXII Olympic Winter Games has begun.
Your official online destination is the brand new CBC Sochi 2014 web page cbc.ca/olympics. This is where you'll find everything you need leading up to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. The site features stories on Canadian athletes, interactive maps of Sochi and Olympic venues, videos on everything from sport previews to reports straight from Sochi, a broadcast schedule, photo galleries and more.
On Monday (Feb. 4), CBC's Susan Ormiston reported from Sochi - covering the Black Sea to the highest mountain tops - where she took a look at the country preparing to host its first (and costliest) Winter Olympics. Take a look at The Olympic Project:
CBC Sports' Scott Russell spoke with Canadian athletes in Sochi who are there competing in test events on the tracks, slopes and rinks in preparation for Sochi 2014. Take a look at the early reviews of Sochi venues:
Then, The National's Peter Mansbridge sat down for a one-on-one with Canadian figure skating champion Patrick Chan. Watch Peter's conversation with Patrick about the training, the championships and the quest for gold in Sochi:
Patrick is also set to take a seat in the red chair on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, along with a video segment with figure skating duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir today (Thursday, Feb 7th) at 7 pm.
Additional interviews with Canada's top athletes are available online at the CBC Sochi 2014 web page. For more coverage from Sochi, be sure to tune into The National each night this week and keep checking in with the CBC Sochi 2014 web page.
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