The ashes of Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke were spread at the halfpipe, on top of a mountain and near the Olympic rings in the athletes’ village at the 2014 Winter Games.
Freestyle coach Trennon Paynter says he distributed the ashes in the halfpipe after training sessions but prior to the competition.
Burke was killed in 2012 after a training accident on a superpipe in Park City, Utah. Athletes wanted to wear stickers in her memory, but were not allowed under Olympic regulations. Read the full story.