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<![CDATA[Ice hockey]]>ice hockey

Ice hockey tournaments have been staged at the Olympic Games since 1920. The men's tournament was introduced at the 1920 Summer Olympics and was transferred permanently to the Winter Olympic Games program in 1924, in France. The women's tournament was first held at the 1998 Winter Olympics. The Olympic Games were originally intended for amateur athletes until 1988, and the National Hockey League (NHL) did not allow its players to compete until 1998. From 1924 to 1988, the tournament started with a round-robin series of games and ended with the medal round. Medals were awarded based on points accumulated during that round. The games of the tournament follow the rules of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), which differ slightly from the rules used in the NHL. The tournament follows the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) rules on performance enhancing drugs and the IIHF maintains a Registered Testing Pool, a list of top players who are subjected to random in-competition and out-of-competition drug tests. Several players have tested positive for banned substances since the 1972 Winter Olympics.

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<![CDATA[Olympic Park]]>

To get to the Olympic Park Spectators must have a Spectator Pass plus:

a ticket to a competition on the current date or
an official invitation to the Olympic Park or
a ticket to the Olympic Park.
Olympic Park ticket's price is 200 RUB.

Medals Plaza in the Olympic Park

The Medals Plaza is located in the very center of the Olympic Park. During the day, from 13:00 to 17:00, the Medals Plaza works as a Live Site, where you can watch the competition live feed from both Clusters. From 19:00 the evening shows begin – entertainment by the best performers of Russia, showing the many aspects of the cultural life of the country. Followed by the awards Ceremony and a headliners concert. Every evening more than 20 000 people will come together at the award Ceremony.

Schedule of Medals Plaza 08.02.2014 to 22.02.2014

Time Event
13.00-17.00 Live feed of the Olympic Winter Games
19:00-20.00 Performance of the best ensembles, showing all the aspects of the multinational traditions of the Russian regions.
20.15-21.30 Live feed of award ceremony
21:30 - 23:00 Gala – concert of Russian and international performers

Hospitality Houses

National Olympic Committee Hospitality Houses are part of a popular hospitality program conducted during the Games that is organized by the National Olympic Committees. The program of Houses may include the organization of activities for members of the team, and winners of the Games, events for the general public, concerts, sales of the Houses’ own souvenirs, food and beverages and the organization of cultural and educational activities. Houses can be either free for the Olympic Park spectators and visitors to access or they can have limited access by invitation only. Currently the Olympic Park includes: NOC Hospitality Houses of Russia, Krasnodar Region Hospitality House, Switzerland, PyeongChang 2018 Organizing Committee, Japan House.

Joint activities with the Theme Park

The Olympic Park also contains the Sochi Park Theme Park. Olympic Park visitors can access the Sochi Park Theme Park area for free. In the Sochi Park Theme Park visitors can stroll through the Enchanted Labyrinth, which is based on Pushkin’s fairy tales; a well-appointed landscaped park with a man-made lake; ride carousels; and watch a variety of shows in the Theme Park’s theme areas. The Theme Park’s entertainment program includes performances by 150 artists from different regions of Russia.

The Residence of Ded Moroz

Ded Moroz is one of the brightest and most popular symbols of winter in Russia. In view of the great popularity of the character among children, his residence in the Olympic Park will be a major attraction for the youngest guests of the Games.

Exhibition of the Russian regions

The Exhibition will allow the participants and guests of the Games to get acquainted with the cultural and ethnical diversity of Russia, the traditions of its indigenous ethnic groups, and the touristic highlights attractiveness of Russia and its innovative potential.

Sochi 2014 Marketing Partners Showcasing

Exhibition pavilions of Sochi 2014 Marketing Partners are located inside the Olympic Park and are operated by the Partners during
the Games time period. There will be around 10 pavilions during Olympic Games. Inside the pavilions Partners demonstrate their own products and services to the Games' visitors in an interactive and attractive manner.

Games visitors will have a unique opportunity to participate in special interactive entertainment provided by Sochi 2014 Partners' programs and obtain a memorable experience of the Games spirit.

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<![CDATA[Speed skating]]>Speed skating

Speed skating has been featured as a sport in the Winter Olympics since the first winter games in 1924. Women's events were added to the Olympic program for the first time in 1960.

History

The governing body for speed skating, the International Skating Union (ISU), was included in the list of recognized federations when the International Olympic Committee was founded, but was first discussed seriously for the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. No speed skating events were contested, although figure skating – also governed by the ISU – was on the programme. The preliminary calendar for the 1916 Summer Olympics, to be held in Berlin, listed a 3-event allround competition,[1] but these Games were cancelled because of World War I.

The International Winter Sports Week in Chamonix, retro-actively dubbed the 1924 Winter Olympics, contained five speed skating events. Uncommon for the time, it not only included an all-round competition, but also awarded medals for the individual distances: 500 m, 1500 m, 5000 m and 10000 m. The all-round event was dropped before the 1928 Games, even though it remained the only World Championship format in the sport until the 1970s; single distance World Championships were not established until 1996.

The 1932 speed skating events were held according to the rules of the American speed skating federation, meaning the skaters competed in small packs of skaters (similar to short track speed skating), instead of the common against-the-clock format. These Games in Lake Placid, New York also saw the first female speed skaters at the Olympics, although their events were only demonstration events. Women's events were also set to be held at the 1940 Winter Olympics,[1] which were cancelled. After the war, they were withdrawn again until 1960, when the women skated 500 m, 1000 m, 1500 m and 3000 m.

Following the introduction of World Sprint Championships in the early 1970s, the 1000 m for men was added in Innsbruck 1976, while the women's 5000 m, reinstated by the ISU as an official distance in 1981, made its Olympic debut in 1988. The latest addition to the Olympic speed skating programme is the team pursuit, which was added for the 2006 Turin Games. Its inclusion was remarkable as it had not yet been contested at a senior World Championship in the form skated at the Olympics at the time of inclusion. It is not true that it had not yet been contested at a senior World Championship, the Dutch team won the 2005 title in Inzell, but in that form they only had to skate once and be the fastest, while the Olympic form required three starts.

At the 2010 Winter Olympics, Haralds Silovs became the first athlete in Olympic history to participate in both short track (1500m) and long track (5000m) speed skating, and the first to compete in two different disciplines on the same day.

(c) Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SpeedskatingattheWinter_Olympics

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<![CDATA[Snowboarding]]>

Snowboarding is an sport at the Winter Olympic Games. It was first included in the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.[1] Snowboarding was one of five new sports or disciplines added to the Winter Olympic program between 1992 and 2002, and was the only one not to have been a previous medal or demonstration event.[2] In 1998, four events, two for men and two for women, were held in two specialities: the giant slalom, a downhill event similar to giant slalom skiing; and the half-pipe, in which competitors perform tricks while going from one side of a semi-circular ditch to the other.[2] Canadian Ross Rebagliati won the men's giant slalom and became the first athlete to win a gold medal in snowboarding.[3] Rebagliati was briefly stripped of his medal by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) after testing positive for marijuana. However, the IOC's decision was reverted following an appeal from the Canadian Olympic Association.[4] For the 2002 Winter Olympics, the giant slalom was dropped in favor of the parallel giant slalom, an event that involves head-to-head racing.[5] In 2006, third event, the snowboard cross, was held for the first time. In this event, competitors race against each other down a course with jumps, beams and other obstacles.[6] On July 11, 2011, the International Olympic Committee's Executive Board approved the addition of Ski and Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics roster of events, effective in 2014. The decision was announced via press conference from the IOC's meeting in Durban, South Africa.

(c) Wikipedia

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<![CDATA[Ceremonies]]>

The ceremonies will be the most impressive and memorable events of the Olympic Games. The involvement of the best athletes and the most talented artists, and the support of spectators will create a truly unforgettable show.

There are three kinds of Ceremonies which are open to spectators and broadcast to billions of television viewers all over the world: the Opening Ceremony, the Closing Ceremony and Victory Ceremonies.

The Ceremonies will create an unforgettable impression both on their participants and the spectators.

The Opening Ceremony marks the start of the Games and presents the athletes.

Victory Ceremonies will be held after each medal event to honor the medal winners.

The Closing Ceremony concludes the Games, recalling the highlights and reviewing the sports events.

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<![CDATA[Freestyle]]>freestile

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<![CDATA[Olympic Vilage]]>alt

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<![CDATA[Olympic fire in the mountains]]>alt

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<![CDATA[Welcome to Ghost]]>The Ghost Logo

You're live! Nice. We've put together a little post to introduce you to the Ghost editor and get you started. You can manage your content by signing in to the admin area at <your blog URL>/ghost/. When you arrive, you can select this post from a list on the left and see a preview of it on the right. Click the little pencil icon at the top of the preview to edit this post and read the next section!

Getting Started

Ghost uses something called Markdown for writing. Essentially, it's a shorthand way to manage your post formatting as you write!

Writing in Markdown is really easy. In the left hand panel of Ghost, you simply write as you normally would. Where appropriate, you can use shortcuts to style your content. For example, a list:

  • Item number one
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or with numbers!

  1. Remember to buy some milk
  2. Drink the milk
  3. Tweet that I remembered to buy the milk, and drank it

Want to link to a source? No problem. If you paste in url, like http://ghost.org - it'll automatically be linked up. But if you want to customise your anchor text, you can do that too! Here's a link to the Ghost website. Neat.

What about Images?

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The Ghost Logo

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Quoting

Sometimes a link isn't enough, you want to quote someone on what they've said. It was probably very wisdomous. Is wisdomous a word? Find out in a future release when we introduce spellcheck! For now - it's definitely a word.

Wisdomous - it's definitely a word.

Working with Code

Got a streak of geek? We've got you covered there, too. You can write inline <code> blocks really easily with back ticks. Want to show off something more comprehensive? 4 spaces of indentation gets you there.

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Advanced Usage

There's one fantastic secret about Markdown. If you want, you can write plain old HTML and it'll still work! Very flexible.

That should be enough to get you started. Have fun - and let us know what you think :)

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<![CDATA[Olympic Countdown]]>

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