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Skier Sarah Burke’s Ashes Get Sneakily Scattered In Sochi By Her Coach

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This is so incredibly touching!

Sarah Burke was a skier who tragically passed away in 2012, after crashing at the bottom of a superpipe in Utah.

Well, Canadian coach Trennon Paynter wasn’t going to let his trainee miss the Sochi Olympics that she’d been training so hard for.

Paynter brought Sarah’s ashes in a metal container with him all the way to Russia, but he had to get crafty in order to spread them because there were metal detectors everywhere!

Since he’s a coach, Paynter was able to tuck the ashes into his jacket, and then make a few runs down the hill. He explained

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The Best And Worst Moments From The Sochi Olympics! We've Compiled Them All For You Right HERE!

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All good things must come to an end, and that includes the 2014 Sochi Olympics!

We laughed, we cried, we admired Johnny Weir's fabulous outfit choices, and we even found ourselves getting surprisingly into curling!!

So with the fun times slowly coming to a close, we thought it would be a good idea to look back at some of the highs and lows of this year's winter games!

From the multiple fails in the opening ceremony to the major crush we developed on Sochi puppy savior Gus Kenworthy, we've got the whole thing covered!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

CLICK HERE to see the best and worst moments of the 2014 Winter Olympics!

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Another Sochi Stray Saved! Olympic Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis Adopts The Cutest Pup!

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Lindsey Jacobellis, Olympic snowboarder, is adopting one of the Sochi strays!! Hooray!

Sochi sounds like a magical place of malfunctioning everything, 3rd world accommodations and dogs, just so many dogs, absolutely everywhere.

Oh and wolves. Don't forget the majestic Russian Hotel Wolf. A rare breed indeed.

Thank goodness there are caring people out there not only rescuing the pups but also adopting them!

Not only has Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy been riding the adoption train, others have joined in!

Like Olympic snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis! She fell head over snowboard in love with a Sochi stray puppy!

She shared a SUPER cute pic (above) and wrote:

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NBC Producers Refuse To Apologize For Making Bode Miller Cry On Live TV!

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Usually if you make someone cry, the very least you can do is offer a simple "I'm sorry."

Well, apparently NBC never got the memo! This past weekend, reporter Christin Cooper rubbed a lot of people the wrong way when she repeatedly asked Bode Miller about his deceased brother and made him cry in front of the camera!

NBC Olympics executive producer Jim Bell decided to speak out about the controversial, and in his mind there was absolutely nothing wrong with the waterworks:

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Olympian Shares Video Of HUGE Wolf Strolling Through Sochi Hotel Hallway! But Was It All Just Another Jimmy Kimmel Prank?

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Olympian Kate Hansen shared a crazy video of a big Russian wolf just strolling through her hotel's hallway!!

If you know anything about the 2014 Sochi Olympics it's that they've got a bit of a stray dog problem.

There was an awful genocide against these pups that began before the Winter Games started, to try and clear the way for all the athletes and tourists.

Then we heard about all the atrocities carried out in the name of clearing the streets, what people were doing to help and how a Russian billionaire stepped in to help these poor pups. We thought the canine problems were over.

Sadly, we were very mistaken!

This new problem has nothing to do with our old puppy pals… it's more about their cousins,

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