From Russia, With Love

March 03, 2014

Sochi marked the first Winter Games since the 2010 death of Olympic documentarian Bud Greenspan. In his honor, we present a few frames of a film we wish he could have made.

0:02:05

A portentous beginning.

0:11:23

The bathroom door that wouldn't open was real; the wolf in the athletes' village, not so much.

0:32:27

Breakout star Sage Kotsenburg receives—thanks to Conan O'Brien—a bacon medal.

0:46:13

"Gypped" skater Ashley Wagner, Sochi's answer to McKayla Maroney.

0:58:22

Creepiest eyes of the Games? A surprisingly hard-fought competition.

1:12:46

The hosts' hockey performance flummoxed a nation.

1:27:13

Johnny Weir—always fabulous.

1:44:09

The hosts' self-deprecation brings an entertaining Olympics full circle.

PHOTOROBERT BECK/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (OPENING CEREMONY) PHOTOROBERT BECK/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SKIER'S EYES) PHOTOJOHNNY QUINN/REUTERS (DOOR) PHOTOYOUTUBE.COM (WOLF) PHOTOYOUTUBE.COM (BOB COSTAS) PHOTOCOURTESY GODSHALL'S MEATS (BACON) PHOTODARRON CUMMINGS/REUTERS (WAGNER) PHOTOSASHA MORDOVETS/GETTY IMAGES (VLADIMIR PUTIN) PHOTOSOCHI 2014/TWITTER.COM (BEAR) PHOTOJOHN BERRY/GETTY IMAGES (WEIR) PHOTOERICK W. RASCO/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (CLOSING CEREMONY) PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONPHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY LYNNE CARTY: AL TIELEMANS/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (TEAM USA) PHOTOCHRIS CHEADLE/ALL CANADA PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES (MOUNTAINS)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)