The game of curling is centuries old, but exactly what makes the stones curl as they slide over the ice is still a mystery.
China has been unfazed by diplomatic boycotts by the west. In Beijing’s eyes, the Olympics still have broad support by many nations and, importantly, corporate sponsors.
For UNSW alumnus and Winter Olympian Scott Kneller, work and passion have come together in one incredible project.
UNSW student and Ben Lexcen Scholar Callum Watson will represent Australia at the Winter Olympics after making an inspiring comeback from a serious sporting accident.
The opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics was a summary of the Putin era: new media and classicism combined to celebrate nationalism, pride and a symbolic resurrection of Empire, argues Greg Dolgopolov.
Fewer drug cheats at the Winter Olympics? Or are Winter Olympians simply better at beating the tests, asks Jason Mazanov.
UNSW students Scott Kneller, Callum Watson and Taylah O'Neill will ski for Australia in the Sochi Winter Olympics, which begin in Russia this weekend.
UNSW engineering/commerce student, Scott Kneller, is representing Australia at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver this month.