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What was the opening song of the Sochi Olympics?

What was the opening song of the Sochi Olympics?

Live performances by Golos artists (” We Are the Champions “), TOKiO (Russian rock band) [ ru] (Sochi 2014 Anthem for Fans), Russian MOI choir (” Get Lucky “), t.A.T.u. (” Nas Ne Dogonyat “) and Pelageya (” Oy, to ne vecher “). Presented by Ivan Urgant and Yana Churikova. Tamás Deák ‘s “Vízisí” (opening theme of Well, Just You Wait!)

When was the opening ceremony of the Olympics?

It began at 20:14 MSK ( UTC+4) and finished at 23:02 MSK ( UTC+4 ). It was filmed and produced by OBS and Russian host broadcaster VGTRK. This was the first Winter Olympics and first Olympic Games opening ceremony under the IOC presidency of Thomas Bach.

Who was the Russian singer at the opening ceremony of the Olympics?

During the flag raising, opera singer Anna Netrebko later sang the Olympic Anthem in Russian. The Olympic Oath on behalf of all athletes was taken by Ruslan Zakharov (Short-track), Vyacheslav Vedenin took the oath for all judges and Anastasia Popkova took the oath for all coaches.

Who was the soprano at the Olympics opening ceremony?

Olympic Hymn Performed by soprano Anna Netrebko, originally from nearby Krasnodar. (The text in Russian of the Hymn was the same as that used for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow)

Who was the girl in the Russian opening ceremony?

Performances journeyed through Russian history through the eyes of a little girl called Lyubov (“Love”), played by Liza Temnikova, touching on Russia’s art, music, and ballet. The Russian history presentation was ushered in by a brightly-lit troika of three horses followed by a red sun.

Where did the Winter Olympics take place in 2014?

The 2014 Winter Olympics, officially the XXII Olympic Winter Games, or the 22nd Winter Olympics, took place from 7 to 23 February 2014, in Sochi, Russia.

Who was the silver medalist in the 2014 Winter Olympics?

The medalists in 500 m ladies’ speed skating. Silver medalist Olga Fatkulina of Russia was subsequently stripped of the silver medal on 24 November 2017 by IOC, but CAS returned the medal to her on 1 Feb 2018. “Results and Medalists—2014 Winter”. Olympic.org. International Olympic Committee. ^ Pinsent, Matthew (15 October 2011).