February 23 - Sochi 2014 closed here this evening with a Ceremony combining cultural tradition with all the vibrancy and colour of modern day Russia which has been so evident over the last 16 days.
February 23 - Swedish ice hockey player Nicklas Bäckström was today prevented from playing in his side's Olympic final against Canada after testing positive for a banned substance as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) were accused of "destroying" the event.
February 23 - Latvian ice hockey player Vitalijs Pavlovs and Ukrainian cross-country skier Marina Lisogor have become the third and fourth athletes to fail drugs tests at Sochi 2014.
February 21 - Germany's double Olympic gold medal winning biathlete Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle and Italian bobsleigher William Frullani have each been sent home after recording the first two positive doping cases of Sochi 2014.
February 21 - An online petition seeking an investigation into the judging of last night's ladies' figure skating final has gained more than 1.5 million signatures, but the International Olympic Committee (IOC) say this will happen only if an official complaint is made.
February 21 - A German athlete, reported to be double Olympic gold medal winning biathlete Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle, has recorded an "abnormal" drugs test result in the first doping scandal of Sochi 2014.
February 20 - Subway, which is not an official sponsor of the Olympics, is currently in gold medal position in the Sochi 2014 marketing race, according to a new report exclusively seen by insidethegames.
February 20 - With one exception, the Ukrainian team will stay and compete at Sochi 2014 as planned despite the ever escalating unrest going on back home, it has been announced.