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The 2014 Winter Olympics ended in a spectacular closing ceremony with host nation Russia on top of the medals table.
The Team GB men's and women's curling teams play for a place in the finals of the Winter Olympics today.
Jade Etherington and her guide Caroline Powell crowned their first season racing together by winning Great Britain's first Paralympic medal on snow in 20 years in Sochi.
Etherington, who celebrates her 23rd birthday on Sunday, is visually impaired and communicates with Powell down the course via radio.
The pair became the first British women ever to win a Paralympic skiing medal, despite the short time they've been racing together.
It was only last April that they first got to know each other, August they first skied competitively together and January this year they first competed as a pair in a downhill.
A Ukrainian athlete was greeted by rapturous applause as he took part in the opening ceremony to the Paralympic Games in Sochi.
Mykailo Tkachenko was the only athlete from Ukraine's team of 31 to participate in the ceremony.
Ukraine agreed to compete in the Games despite the country's tense stand-off with Russia in the Crimea region over the past week.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin told the Ukrainian Paralympic chief that sports events must not be affected by politics, Interfax reports citing the Kremlin.
Ukraine's Paralympic chief said the country would pull out of the Games if Russian troops invade.
"I am very afraid that despite the world's wishes and my call that the irreversible will happen during the Paralympics. I declare: we will pull out of the 11th Paralympic Games in Russia that very second if the thing we fear and which we are against...happens," Valeriy Sushkevich said.
Ukraine's Paralympic chief has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to ensure peace during the Winter Games.
"I repeated my one request, the one and most important request, that before and during (the Games) there will be peace," Valeriy Sushkevich said.
Channel 4 News presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy has tweeted:
BREAKING : Ukraine to stay in the Paralympics and raise their flag "for peace" - there will be amazing atmosphere when they walk in tonight
The 1st ever lighting of the Paralympic Flame, in the birth place of Games, Stoke Mandeville has begun spectacularly http://t.co/y6m1WoPeb3
Prime Minister David Cameron has met the Team GB medal winners from the 2014 Sochi Olympics during a reception at 10 Downing Street in London.
A broken English tea bag gave Olympic bronze medallist Jenny Jones the "good luck" she needed when she started to compete, the snowboarder told Daybreak.
The professional snowboarder, who won Team GB's first ever medal on snow, said when she was still working as a Chalet maid she "borrowed" an English tea bag from a guest and tucked it in her bra.
After returning home from a day of snowboarding she realised the bag had split, collected the tea leaves and kept them in a tin as good luck.