Visually impaired skier Kelly Gallagher and guide Charlotte Evans earn Great Britain their first-ever gold medal at the Sochi Winter Paralympics, taking the super-G title.
ParalympicsGB's curling team - two men and two women, all from Scotland - will be hoping to emulate TeamGB's medal achievements when they perform at Sochi this week.
Competing in five Alpine skiing events for the visually impaired, Kelly Gallagher is ParalympicsGB's best chance for a medal at Sochi as the team goes for its first-ever gold.
Undeterred after shattering her spine during an event in 2006, Anna Turney made ParalympicsGB's skiing team at Vancouver in 2010. At Sochi she hopes her experience will propel her to a podium place.
Ukraine sends out a symbolic solitary athlete, and Vladimir Putin shares a glass of champagne with the IOC president - this is what happened in Sochi.
After two disastrous performances in the last Winter Olympics at Vancouver, John Jackson and Britain's four-man bobsleigh team will be hoping for greater success at Sochi this weekend.
As two members of punk band Pussy Riot are detained in Sochi, Channel 4 News looks at Russia's Winter Olympics protest arrests so far.
On Monday 17 February, Channel 4 News launches a new online show where you ask the questions. Our first guest is Alex Brooker from The Jump and The Last Leg, ahead of the Sochi Winter Paralympics.
At 18, Katie Summerhayes is one of the youngest athletes in Team GB's squad for the Winter Games. But after taking two World Cup ski slopestyle medals, she is a real prospect for Sochi.