Love is the air in Sochi – Valentine's Day is being celebrated all over the world, and Sochi is no different...
Love is the air in Sochi – Even though she admitted to not having a Valentine for Friday, snowboarder Torah Bright, who won Winter Olympics silver in the halfpipe, was putting on a brave face. "Every day is Valentine's Day," said the Australian.
Love is the air in Sochi – Valentine's Day cards are so last century in Sochi. These days it's all about digital love. Here Russian figure skating gold medalists Maxim Trankov and Tatiana Volosozhar create their very own digital Valentine card.
Love is the air in Sochi – Snowboarder Jamie Anderson reportedly canceled her account for smartphone dating app Tinder before her event because she found it "distracting."
Love is the air in Sochi – The American's professionalism was rewarded with gold in the inaugural slopestyle event. Anderson is pictured left celebrating with British bronze medalist Jenny Jones.
Love is the air in Sochi – Describing Anderson as a "babe," fellow American snowboarder Alex Deibold added: "We're good-looking people all hanging out together."
Love is the air in Sochi – As well as being an expert snowboarder, Deibold is a safe sex advocate. "I've definitely heard the athletes' village is a melting pot of good-looking people at the top of their sport," he said. "They do provide free condoms, which I think is a really smart move on their part. I think you can get them at the medical office."
Love is the air in Sochi – U.S. snowboarder Jacqueline Hernandez -- pictured in the front -- confessed she was planning to "Tinder it up" once she was in the Olympic Village.
Love is the air in Sochi – However, Austrian snowboarder Hanno Douschan was more concerned by the commercialization of Valentine's Day. "It's a money-making thing," he said.
Love is the air in Sochi – Simona Meiler was similarly unmoved by Cupid's darts. "It's a day of preparation like any other. I've got other things on my mind, it's not my focus," said the Swiss snowboarder.
Love is the air in Sochi – It wasn't just Winter Olympians celebrating Valentine's Day. Here a group of gay and lesbian activists hold a banner of the rainbow flag, the Olympic rings and the words "To Russia with love" as they stage a Valentine's Day kissing protest in Beijing.