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2014 Winter Olympics Venues - Sochi, Russia

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Venues Map
Description : Map showing 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Venues. Disclaimer
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Russia has wisely chosen Sochi as the right spot for the 2014 Winter Olympics because the place offers sumptuous locations and landscapes needed to host a world class event like the Winter Olympics. The organizing committee has divided the venue into two clusters viz. Mountain cluster (Krasnaya Polyana) and Coastal cluster (Sochi Olympic Park).

Coastal Cluster (Sochi Olympic Park) : 
The Sochi Olympic Park is being built near the Black Sea coast which is at a distance of 4 kilometres from Russia’s border with Georgia. The whole park is being built in such a way that all the Olympic venues are at a walking distance from each other. This certainly brings compactness and better control to the overall organisation of the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Sr. NoVenue NameType of SportSpectator Capacity
1Fisht Olympic StadiumCeremonies (Opening/Closing)40,000 spectators
2Bolshoy Ice DomeIce Hockey (Final)12,000 spectators
3Shayba ArenaIce Hockey7,000 spectators
4Adler Arena Skating CenterSpeed Skating8,000 spectators
5Iceberg Skating PalaceFigure Skating, Short Track Speed Skating12,000 spectators
6Ice Cube Curling CenterCurling3,000 spectators

Mountain cluster (Krasnaya Polyana) : 
Sr. NoVenue NameType of Sport
1Laura Biathlon & Ski ComplexBiathlon, Cross-country skiing
2Rosa Khutor Extreme ParkFreestyle skiing and Snowboarding
3Rosa Khutor Alpine CenterAlpine skiing
4Sliding Center SankiBobsleigh, Luge and Skeleton
5RusSki Gorki Jumping CenterSki jumping and Nordic combined (both ski jumping and Cross-country Skiing on a 2 km route around the arena)

Last Updated : December 02, 2013


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