Winter Olympics 2014: Newswire’s Sochi Coverage: Newswire Staff Writer Robert Jamieson gives an Olympic Sports Satire

By: Robert Jamieson ~Staff Writer~ Welcome, everyone, to your 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics official coverage. Over the next several weeks, we here at the Newswire, like many of you, will pretend to be experts of Olympic sports where we have no idea what the heck is going on. This, of course, is why we love the Olympics. The athletes, events and ceremonies keep us glued to the television as we wonder over non-commercial sports like the biathlon. With the Olympics just starting this past weekend, we still have ample time to catch up on what has happened so far. In … Continue reading Winter Olympics 2014: Newswire’s Sochi Coverage: Newswire Staff Writer Robert Jamieson gives an Olympic Sports Satire

What to expect from Sochi Olympics 2014: Staff writer Kyle Isaacs highlights unique winter olympic events

By: Kyle Isaacs ~Staff Writer~ Once every four years a spectacle like no other takes center stage and re-introduces the world to unique cold-weather sporting events: the Winter Olympics. The 22nd Winter Olympiad will kick off with the opening ceremony on Feb. 7 in Sochi, Russia. The Games will last for 16 days, with over 2,500 of the world’s best athletes from 88 different countries participating in a wide variety of sports. To better equip you before the start of the festivities, let us dive deeper into some of the most exciting, yet unheralded events in the Winter Olympic Games. … Continue reading What to expect from Sochi Olympics 2014: Staff writer Kyle Isaacs highlights unique winter olympic events