SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Sports) - Park City's Sage Kotsenburg arrived home late Friday night with his Olympic gold medal he won in snowboard slopestyle.
From spa treatments and delicious food to diapers, family members of Olympic athletes are being well cared for inside Olympic Park.
Dr. Terry Orr has cared for winter Olympians from more than four winter games, including Sochi, Salt Lake and Lake Placid.
For warmer climate ski areas, like those around Sochi, fake snow making is serious business.
Olympic veteran shares his winter games experience and recalls the sacrifices and accomplishments he made going for the gold.
Three New York gymnasts are pursuing their Olympic dreams, training now as members of the U.S. National Aerial Ski Team.
Members of the U.S. Junior Luge Team are focused on perfecting their skills and making it to the next winter games.
SOCHI, Russia--About 10 minutes away from where athletes are competing for gold sits a small burrow called Adler that's bringing home the gold in a much different way.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Twelve years ago, the Salt Lake City sky lit up with the fireworks of the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Olympics. The magic that started in Rice-Eccles stadium radiated throughout the state. They are now memories of the sights and sounds of city.
The journey of an athlete is shared by their fans as well. Family members have a front row seat to the wins and the unfortunate moments of defeat.