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Sochi Olympics 2014: Shaun White to show America his moves in ‘Russia Calling'

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Shaun White is heading to Russia to once again go for the gold. During the final few weeks of preparation before the 2014 Sochi Olympics, the athletes are hoping to share the challenge of the Winter Games with the fans. On Wednesday NBC Sports offered a glimpse of White’s upcoming documentary on the preparation for the Olympics.

This isn’t your typical prime time special. Russia Calling is a documentary about the snowboarder’s preparation for the Sochi Olympics and it gives fans a look at all the practice, focus and dedication that comes with being a world class snowboarders. It also includes some serious air as White offers up a little bit of action he expects to show off in Sochi.

Many fan think this will be Shaun White’s final trip to the Olympics. Known for his extravagant moves on the snowboard and over the top half pipe routines, maybe the star will keep going, but he might want to leave the competition on a high note. Dominating Sochi will offer Shaun White a perfect platform to show his strength and quietly bow out, but the star hasn't made his decision official so maybe the fans will see him around in the years to come.

Make sure to watch Russia Calling on NBC. Check your local listings for show time.



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