Black Sea & Winter Olympics

The Black Sea is bounded by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus and is ultimately connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Mediterranean and the Aegean seas and various straits. The Winter Olympic Games is a sporting event, which occurs every four years. The first celebration of the Winter Olympics was held in Chamonix, France, in 1924. The original sports were alpine and cross-country skiing, figure skating, ice hockey, Nordic combined, ski jumping and speed skating. 5.0/5

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Sochi, a Russian city on the Black Sea, is known as a summer beach resort and host of the 2014 Winte…
I went to one of hundreds of Winter Olympics pitches, but this one was hosted by the Russian city of Sochi, a Black Sea resort …
In 2014, Russia hosted the Winter Olympics in Sochi by the Black Sea.
The US Navy has confirmed that a guided missile destroyer, the USS Truxton, is heading to the Black Sea, for what the US military said is a “routine” deployment, The Pentagon also said on Wednesday that US fighter jets would join NATO patrols on missions in the Baltic countries, which include Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. On Sunday the Tass news agency reported that the guided missile frigate USS Taylor, which had been assigned to the Black Sea for the Sochi Winter Olympics, was still in the Turkish port of Samsun for repairs, after running aground on February 12. Two Russian navy ships also entered the Black Sea through the Bosphorus on Tuesday, as well as a Ukrainian navy vessel which was heading for Odessa and not the Crimea.
When you think of the Winter Olympics, the first thing that comes to mind is usually not surfing. Come along as U.S. Olympian Julia Mancuso takes time off from the slopes to try out the waves of the 50 degree Black Sea.
Happy for a successful Winter Olympics. No acts of terrorism, great displays of athletic talent, weather was Black Sea friendly, and except for internet pictures of dirty drinking water, an athlete getting locked in a bathroom, and a SNAFU with opening ceremony illumination of an Olympic ring, I salute Russia for pulling this off. Oh, and as an AIr Force retiree, and admitting to not knowing the lyrics, the Russian National Anthem always sounds classy to me. See you winter athletes in 4 years!
My 2nd. draft of "Marius" “Marius” A societal commentary by Bruce Haase *** Saturday Morning, February 9, 2014 *** ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (BANG) represents a slap on a table, by an assistant, while this piece is being read aloud... There is beauty, speed, pageantry and great skill in the Winter Olympics. In fact, both the Summer and Winter Games have had me hooked since the ’52 games in Oslo and Helsinki, even with the poor TV coverage back then. By the1960 Games, at Squaw Valley and Rome, the TV had improved vastly and I was an avid fan. This weekend, after the Opening Ceremonies on Friday night, I was all set, I had my schedule all printed out and my viewing planned. I had accepted that the stray dogs in Sochi may have been saved, at least I had decided to believe, (BANG) that all was well with my K9 cousins on the Black Sea shore. Then I read about Marius, the young Giraffe at the Copenhagen Zoo being killed (BANG) and dismembered and fed to the big cats. This atrocity was done in front of Danish children, ...
Discussion: Sochi was on the chess players’ map long before the lugers, ice dancers and speedskaters showed up. The Russian resort city on the coast of the Black Sea is getting a lot of exposure as it hosts the Winter Olympics. No doubt many viewers are learning about the city for the very first time. But Sochi has a rich chess history, having hosted numerous Russian and Soviet National Championship tournaments, as well as a string of strong Russian team events. Soviet attacking genius Rashid Nezhmetdinov played one of the most anthologized games of the 20th century in the city, sacrificing a queen (and most of the rest of his army) to defeat GM Lev Polugaevsky in the 1958 Russian State Championship. Victor Korchnoi, who would go on to play ... More... Join the chat!
Sochi Olympic Coverage by The New York Times * Essential news about the 2014 Winter Olympics from New York Times reporters and editors. Russia could really use some help right now, what with the Olympic hockey team eliminated and the national spirit as vacant as some of the apartments newly built along Sochi’s Black Sea promenade. Even the official Sochi bear mascot was photographed with his head in his hands after Wednesday’s humiliating defeat to Finland, as if to say, “I came out of hibernation for this?” So don’t be surprised if Judge No. 7 in the women’s figure skating competition Thursday is a certain someone named Vladimir V. Putin. He may not give a flip about a triple flip, but, hey, a country’s honor is at stake. A president’s gotta do what a president’s gotta do. Maybe he’ll even get to wear one of those cute judging scarves. No Russian woman has won an Olympic gold medal. But Adelina Sotnikova, 17, sits in second place, less than a point behind Kim Yu-na, the defending cham ...
The hosts of the Winter Olympics in Sochi have gone to great lenghts to make the Black Sea resort city "visitor friendly," but some things can't be fixed: li...
Midway through, Sochi Games delivering for Putin TIM DAHLBERG(AP) No protests. No real problems. But plenty of Putin. Midway through the Winter Olympics, things couldn't be going much better for both Russia and its president, even if winter is actually missing from Sochi itself. The arenas and mountains are spectacular, the games have been peaceful and protest-free, and Russians seem filled with pride about their country's ability to put on a spectacle for the world to see. Worries about terrorist attacks and fears that *** protests could overshadow the Olympics have faded as the world's best battle for medals on the ice and in the snow. Grandstands are mostly filled, television ratings are strong, and athletes haven't said a negative word about either Russia's laws or the food in the athlete's village. Yes, a heat wave turned the snow a bit slushy and drew bathers to the Black Sea just steps from the main Olympic stadium. But weather is a factor at any Winter Games, and even Vladimir Putin can't do anyt ...
OK, so football season is over and I went into hibernation. Like Phil, the groundhog, I came out briefly but I’m going back to sleep. While I was up, however, I couldn’t help but notice two seemingly disparate events. (Wait for it!) WAVY TV 10 has been in “Storm Mode” for what seems like two weeks. Luckily, in my retired leisure I don’t have to worry about going to work with so many *** on the roads. But it doesn’t help when media pushes the panic button five days before the storm even arrives, no matter how big it is. How many times do I need to see a reporter standing in the snow, telling me that it’s snowing? The second thing is that the Winter Olympics are going on in Sochi, Russia for two weeks. Too bad Sochi doesn’t have our snow! (See? I told you!) What *** in the IOC thought that holding the Winter Olympics at a quaint Russian summer beach resort on the Black Sea was a good idea? Can you say $? But payback is *** and despite NBC’s efforts to gloss over and hype up, I s ...
Monday essay - "President Putin's Change of Heart" by Fr. Marvin Deutsch, M.M. Because of the Winter Olympics going on at Sochi on the shores of the Black Sea in Southern Russia, there has been a new focus on President Putin who is hosting the games, especially because of a new antigay law in Russia (as of June, 2013) restricting the promulgation of *** rights" and activities. President Putin has said, "We have no *** in Russia". The United States and some Western countries are up in arms against President Putin and are strongly making known their opposition. President Obama refuses to attend the games stating that he is too busy and therefore has sent several former prominent *** athletes as his representatives. One of them, Bryan Boitano, who was interviewed by NBC on Feb. 7, stated that "we (the U.S.) are moving ahead and we offer the Russians the opportunity to move ahead with us, and if they refuse, we will move ahead without them." I think that President Putin has taken the world by surprise. ...
Princess Anne is bored of the rings at the Sochi Winter Olympics Princess Anne was clearly not amused by the three-hour opening ­ceremony at the Winter Olympics. With a pair of reading glasses balanced on the end of her nose, she buried her head in a good book instead to stave off the boredom. With Prime Minister David Cameron absent, she was representing Britain at the Games in Russia. As the athletes started parading around the Fisht ­Stadium in Sochi with their national flags, the Princess Royal was seen rifling inside her bag. She emerged with a book and sat engrossed in it for part of the spectacular ceremony, the most expensive staged. It is not known what the page-turner was, but the 11th in line to the throne could not put it down. It was yet another snub for Russian President Vladimir Putin, who had demanded an opening ceremony to make the world gasp after ploughing £31billion into building venues for winter sports on swamp land bordering the Black Sea. The event was certainly eye-catching, ye ...
Western Leaders Shun Winter Olympics Russian President Vladimir Putin will host friendly heads of state from China, Ukraine, and Belarus, as well as Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who headed to Sochi just hours after attending a rally demanding the return of Japanese islands seized by Moscow. But leaders from France, the United States, Germany, and the UK won't turn up for the games (Reuters). Security in Sochi is tight to mitigate the risk of terrorist attacks by Islamic militants in the North Caucasus region. One measure, for example, includes tall fences topped with razor wire along the border with Abkhazia that extend offshore in the Black Sea (AP). Meanwhile, many Russians have expressed discontent over the cost of the Games, the most expensive Winter Olympics ever, as they struggle in an economy that expanded just 1.3 percent in 2013 (Bloomberg).
The excitement of olympics opening in Sochi! City of Russia Sochi which has coast on Black Sea, in 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, said welcome to 2.971 athletes in 15 different disciplines from 98 country. RIXOS
The investment Russia has made in security to protect athletes and spectators at the Winter Olympics in Sochi is unprecedented - but so is the threat. Doku Umarov, the leader of a shadowy group responsible for a number of recent terrorists bombings in Russia, has vowed to attack the Olympics - no holds barred. He has described the games as a "satanic dance on the bones of our ancestors." Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is staking a vast amount of political capital on a successful Olympics, has vowed to surround Sochi with a protective "ring of still." Behind the public terrorists threats and visible security measures, though, lies a secretive contest that pits Russian counterterrorism strategists against a determined terrorist foe. The world can only guess at what capabilities or plans the terrorists may already have in place. Equally invisible are the dark strategizing and intelligence efforts of Russian counterterrorism authorities, who already may have penetrated terrorist plots. So far, Russian ...
1) The 2014 Winter Olympics commenced officially on 7 February 2014 at Sochi (Russia) with a breath-taking opening ceremony at Fisht Olympic Stadium. This is which edition of Winter Olympics? – 22nd (The official name for this game is XXII Olympic Winter Games. The motto of these games is – “Hot. Cool. Yours”. Sochi is situated on the Black Sea coast bordering Georgia) 2) Which city is India’s official bid for the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site? – Delhi (Delhi’s bid for this prestigious status focuses on Old Delhi’s Shahjahanabad area – which served as the capital under Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan from 1638 to 1648 – and the British capital planned by architect Edwin Lutyens. The deadline for submitting entries ended on 31 January 2014. Initially, of the seven historical cities in Delhi, four figured in the dossier prepared for the bid. Following consultations with international experts and in line with UNESCO guidelines, the list was pruned to just Shahjahanabad and Lutyens’ Del ...
The 2014 Winter Olympics are being held in Sochi, Russia, a resort city on the Black Sea. Keep track of the most recent medal counts for each country using SB Nation's Medal Tracker. The USA is favored to win the most medals, while Norway is expected to bring home the most golds. The games run from…
How on earth did a Black Sea resort town secure a Winter Olympics? How about an actual, you know, wintry place? Not like Russia has a shortage of those.
Sochi Olympics kick off with grand opening Music, dance and plenty of Russian bravado unleashed the ultimate achievement of Vladimir Putin's Russia on Friday — a Winter Olympics to showcase the best athletes on ice and snow that the world has to offer The opening ceremony on the edge of the Black Sea and subsequent games are Russia's chance to tell its story of post-Soviet resurrection to the world, and dispel the anger, fear and suspicion that has marred the buildup to these most expensive Olympics ever. Just after the sun set over the Caucasus Mountains and along the seashore just outside Fisht Stadium in the wet-paint-fresh Olympic Park, Russian TV star Yana Churikova shouted to a crowd still taking their seats: "Welcome to the center of the universe!" For the next two weeks, it certainly is for the 3,000 athletes who will compete in 98 events, more people and contests than ever at the Winter Games. American snowboarder Shaun White is certain to wow crowds in the Krasnaya Polyana resort halfpipe. On ...
US Wins First Gold of Olympic Games in Sochi: The United States has won the first gold medal of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Sage Kotsenburg won the inaugural men's snowboard slopestyle event. A short time later, Norway's Marit Bjoergen won the women's cross-country skiathlon gold. Norway has already earned three of the six medals awarded, taking silver in the snowboard event, and bronze in the skiathlon. Medals will be awarded in five sports Saturday - the first medals of the 16-day competition. The Games in Russia's Black Sea resort city kicked off Friday with a glitzy opening ceremony featuring Russian music, ballet stars, acrobats and cosmonauts. Brand new Fisht Olympic Stadium, which holds 40,000 people, hosted the ceremony, which painted a shining image of Russia. Athletes from the more than 80 nations competing in Sochi filled the stadium. The lighting of the Olympic torch and fireworks lit the night sky to culminate the event. More than 40 world leaders attended the ceremony, but U.S. Pre ...
  US security officials have warned airlines flying to Winter Olympics host Russia that terrorists may use toothpaste and cosmetic tubes to carry explosives to conduct terrorist attacks on the Games. Republican Congressman Michael McCaul said Wednesday night in an interview with CNN that the Department of Homeland Security has voiced concerns that explosives could be smuggled into the Black Sea city of Sochi, where competitive events got under way Thursday. The security advice was submitted to airlines with direct flights to Russia, according to a law enforcement official who spoke to the Associated Press on Wednesday on condition of anonymity. Starting last month, Russian air transportation officials banned almost all liquids in airline carry-on luggage at all the country’s airports. The restrictions followed twin suicide bombings in the city of Volgograd that killed 34 in two separate attacks on a train station and a trolleybus in December. The attacks came after a leading militant in the North Cauca ...
At the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping has set off to attend the opening ceremony of the 22th Winter Olympics in Sochi. The two leaders will conduct bilateral meetings in the Black Sea resort city.
  Amid unprecedented security measures by the authorities to secure Sochi for the Winter Olympics, observers have expressed concerns that other cities in Russia have been left unprotected, with law enforcement personnel and technical equipment needed to prevent terrorist attacks having been concentrated in the Olympic capital. Some Russian regions, including Moscow, have announced that security measures will be intensified until the end of the Games on Feb. 23, and that particular attention will be paid to the security of airports and railway stations to catch potential terrorists who may be in transit or are targeting busy transportation hubs. The U.S., which has offered Russia assistance in securing the Games by sending FBI agents to Sochi and Moscow, as well as fighter jets and warships to the Black Sea, also said that a key concern was the possibility of a terrorist targeting locations outside the main event areas. "The biggest issue from my perspective is not the Games ...
Well worth a read! The World Cetacean Alliance and many other wildlife protection organizations have joined forces to voice extreme concern about the recent orca captures for public entertainment at the Sochi Olympics and the endangered Black Sea bottlenose dolphin which is intended to help carry the Olympic torch. The letter below went to the President of the International Olympic Committee, Mr Thomas Bach, this week. "22nd January 2014 cc. Mr Alexander Zhukov, Russian Olympic Committee Dear Mr Bach, We write to you on behalf of 30 national and international wildlife protection organisations, together representing millions of citizens, to express our concern about the reported planned use of captive whales and dolphins in the run up to, and during, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Specifically, we would like to draw your attention to the recent wild-capture of orcas in Far East Russian waters and their planned display in Sochi, reportedly for the Olympics, to provide public entertainment, and f ...
U.S. military officials have already laid out plans to rescue the more than 200 American athletes should a strike occur at next month's Winter Olympics in Sochi, including two warships in the Black Sea and planes already on standby in Europe. MORE:
U.S. counter-terrorism experts are losing confidence in Russian security for the Winter Olympics in Sochi after recent suicide bombings targeted a major transportation hub many are expected to use to attend the Games, officials told ABC News this week. While the Olympic venues in Sochi, the Black Sea resort town hosting the international competition, are being locked down by a massive Russian military cordon, outlying areas in which Olympians, their families and spectators will be transiting are unlikely to be anywhere near as safe from violent Islamist extremists in the region, experts warn. "I think the real vulnerability may not be within the Olympic Games themselves but possibly outside this perimeter where you're going to have a lot of soft targets," House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) told ABC News on Thursday. "Soft targets" are hotels, restaurants, malls and transportation that are not fortified, or "hardened," like military or government installations. READ: Sochi Alert Urges ...
Russia has launched one of the biggest security operations in Olympic history a month before the start of the Winter Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. The authorities are deploying more than 30,000 police and Interior Ministry troops and limiting access to the area. The main concern is the threat of attack by Islamist militants from the restive North Caucasus region. Russia's most wanted man, the Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov, has urged his fighters to target the Winter Olympics.
Vladimir Putin, hit the ski slopes – flying to Sochi to challenge the mountains that will host the Winter Olympics in February, AP reports. The Russian president was touring Olympic venues in the Black Sea resort where the 2014 Winter Olympics will run from 7 – 23 February. The trip ...
RUSSIA BOMBING OVER AND OVER – (Chuck Missler) The attack on Sunday was not enough. The day after 17 died from an explosion in Volgograd’s train station, another bomb on a No.15 trolleybus killed 14 people and injured 41 others as the trolley passed a market. Five weeks before the 2014 Winter Olympics open in Sochi on the Black Sea, the town of Volgograd is getting slammed by terrorists who want, if nothing more, to destroy Russia’s chance to throw a winter party for the world. And even while Russia flashes an occasional smile at the West, the deeply entrenched distrust between Moscow and Washington continues. The Olympics are coming to Russia February 7th–23rd, the biggest show on earth with all the international distinction and honor and revenue that hang on the games’ shoulders. Moscow wants the event to go off beautifully, to show the world that Russia can have a pretty face after all. Sochi is a comfortable resort town on the Black Sea on the western side of the Caucasus Mountains. Its weat ...
Call the Game off or thousands will die. The suicide bombing at the Volgograd main railway station on December 29 in which more than a dozen people died raises yet again the questions whether and how self-styled Caucasus Emirate leader Doku Umarov could prevent the staging of the Winter Olympics in Sochi in February. In a video address to his supporters Six Months Ago, Umarov declared that “they are planning to hold the games on the bones of many, many Muslims buried on our land by the Black Sea. It is incumbent on us as Muslims not to permit that, resorting to any methods Allah allows us.” The answer to that question hinges on two interrelated imponderables. First, does Umarov have the manpower and tactical skills to stage one or more military operations of such magnitude and complexity that they could disrupt the games? And second, assuming the answer to the first question is “no,” what level of security threat to participants and spectators is the Russian leadership prepared to accept? The firs ...
A letter from Sochi. My Winter Olympics blogpost from the Black Sea.
"I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics in the city of Sochi on the Black Sea next year " Prince Bandar bin Sultan
Floating hotel in the Black Sea for Winter Olympics- very cool!
As much as $30bn (£20bn) has been stolen in preparations for next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russian opposition leaders claim.
Sooo...like, is there any possible legitimate reason why those corrupt morons at the IOC gave the next Winter Olympics to a Black Sea port?
(Newser) – A city with subtropical weather and palm trees already seemed an odd choice for the Winter Olympics. Now fears of an all-out mafia war are rising in Sochi, Russia's host city for the 2014 games, the Guardian reports. The assassination of top mobster Aslan Usoyan in January left a power vacuum in this Black Sea resort, where some 400 high-rises are under construction and an estimated $50 billion is pouring in before the Olympics. "Where there is money, there is organized crime," says a Russian crime reporter. Sochi "was [Usoyan's] fiefdom. He considered it a second homeland."
Sochi A Point Of National Pride For Putin's Russia by THE Associated Press February 05, 2013 SOCHI, Russia (AP) — One year before Russia hosts its first Winter Olympics, this Black Sea resort is a vast construction site sprawling for nearly 40 kilometers (25 miles) along the coast and 50 kilometers (30 miles) up into the mountains. After arriving at Sochi's new airport, there's no escape from the clang and clatter of the drilling, jackhammering and mixing of cement that drowns out the hum of the sea and the birdsong. For Russia and its leadership, the 2014 Sochi Games is not just a major sports event but a point of national pride. President Vladimir Putin has made the Olympics his personal project and, determined to use them to showcase a powerful and prosperous Russia, has spared no expense to make sure the games are a success. On Thursday, Putin will be in Sochi to preside over a lavish celebration marking the one-year countdown to the opening ceremony on Feb. 7, 2014. "The project is under his perman ...
50 years ago (December 2, 2102) I was for the second time in 1962 in Moscow, Russia. I with eight other Earlham College students and faculty advisor with his wife the previous July had been in Moscow, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Zagorsk (the site of the historical Russian Holy Trinity with its venerated St. Sergius), and at a university summer camp at Sochi on the Black Sea (the location of the 2014 Winter Olympics). We spent five weeks in the Soviet Union and almost five months in Finland. Russia was in the midst of a slight thaw from the rigidly oppressive Soviet State under the late Stalin. The doors were gradually opening, and we were among the early guests to Soviet Russia. Between our two visits, the Cuban Missile Crisis in October intruded: an event that came within hours of resulting in mutual nuclear devastation of both the United States and the Soviet Union. I remember hearing in Helsinki that war was imminent. Not understanding the Finnish language well and having no immediate English medi ...
Russia on Sunday unveiled the torch relay route of the 2014 Winter Olympics to be held in Black Sea resort city ...
Russia on Tuesday unveiled the phrase 'Hot. Cool. Yours.' as the slogan for the 2014 Winter Olympics as the 500-day countdown began to the opening in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Olympic Dreams: Will Sochi Rehabilitate Russia’s Image?It would be so easy if it were just about new buildings. Those are doing quite well; the violent face-lift that Russia is giving the Black Sea resort city of Sochi before its 2014 Winter Olympics is well ahead of schedule. Where wetlands once la...
As the Black Sea resort town scrambles to prepare for the Winter Games in 18 months, a little-known indigenous group, driven away by the Russian Tsar over a hundred years ago, is raising its voice in protest.
Well, the 2012 London Olympics is over Sunday night. USA did great as always. Looking forward to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Socie, Russia by the Black Sea. First time Russia ever hosted the Winter Olympics. But, in 2016 Summer Olympic Games will be making history. First time South America will ever host an Olympic Games. Rio de Juanero, Brazil will host the games. This will be exciting. Plus, Brazil is hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup also.
Syria's Circassian refugees add to Russia's problems in the Caucasus The beautiful Black Sea resort of Sochi is the site of Russia's 2014 Winter Olympics games. It's also the site of the the 1864 massacre by the Russians of the ethnic Circassians, making 2014 the 150th anniversary of the massacre. Russia's North Caucasus provinces, including the region surrounding Sochi, are being increasingly plagued by radical Islamist violence. The massacre going on in Syria has added a new complication. During the 1864 massacre, many Circassians fled to Syria, and there are now between 80,000 and 100,000 Circassians living in Syria, mostly living in Damascus, Aleppo and Homs. Circassians lived in 11 villages around Homs, but all of them have become refugees, because they've been targeted by the Bashar al-Assad regime. Members of the Syrian Circassian community have been kidnapped, threatened and tortured. The situation in the city of Homs, where Circassians used to reside in substantial numbers, was characterized by f ...
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