Athletes provide behind-the-scenes photos from Olympic Villages

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SOCHI —

Athletes and coaches are beginning to arrive in Sochi ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics, and many of them have taken to social media to keep their followers informed.

Kyle Tress, an American skeleton racer, and fellow American bobsled and skeleton racer Cory Butner have begun trash-talking over video games.

https://twitter.com/corybutner/status/429937694115135488

https://twitter.com/KyleTress/status/429563772353912832

https://twitter.com/KyleTress/status/429970853544329216

The “Rambo” game seems popular, according to American skeleton racer Katie Uhlaender.

https://twitter.com/KatieU11/status/429675251707170816

https://twitter.com/KatieU11/status/429628805381361664

https://twitter.com/KatieU11/status/429251926359035904

Tuffield Latour, the head coach of the U.S. skeleton team, has posted pictures of pingpong and air hockey.

https://twitter.com/tuffylatour/status/430235912027791360

https://twitter.com/tuffylatour/status/429963572102569984

According to Brian Hansen, an American speed skater, this key gets you a free Coke.

https://twitter.com/BrianTHansen/status/429672559358275584

If you’re wondering about the food situation – it appears the athletes won’t go hungry. Canadian goaltender Hayley Wickenheiser posted this picture from the “athlete’s lounge.”

https://twitter.com/wick_22/status/429698306776649728

Shannon Szabados, also a member of Canada’s women’s hockey team, ran into Ronald McDonald.

https://twitter.com/ShannonSzabados/status/429900418253324288

Here are some other shots from the Olympic Villages.

https://twitter.com/corybutner/status/429666539953213440

https://twitter.com/JennyHarss/status/430281934703710208

https://twitter.com/AUSOlympicTeam/status/429916525160845312

https://twitter.com/NBCOlympics/status/429291924927692800

https://twitter.com/Jonnyboy77/status/429681999402770432

https://twitter.com/Jonnyboy77/status/429106737040605184