And next here, now, the big story about security at the olympics in sochi, two weeks away. We've heard the worry of law enforcement. But today, we finally hear from some of the American athletes.... See More
And next here, now, the big story about security at the olympics in sochi, two weeks away. We've heard the worry of law enforcement. But today, we finally hear from some of the American athletes. Trying to concentrate on gold medals but forced to think about something else, too. ABC chief investigative correspondent, Brian Ross, with the latest now. Reporter: They are still more than 6,000 miles and 2 weeks away from sochi. But security concerns are clearly weighing on the U.S. Athletes competing to go to the olympics, including olympic ski jump team whose first three female members were announced today in Salt Lake City. The only thing I said to my family was, bring a jacket that doesn't scream America. Were. Reporter: For athletes who race down the ski jump without fear to qualify for the olympics, there's not a lot that scares them. Security isn't my top concern. I hope everybody goes there for the right reasons. We try to be safe. We're big fans of the buddy system on our team. Other than that, we're going to be pretty sheltered, staying in the village where we are. Reporter: In a case of what may be just security jitters, the olympic teams of the U.S. And five other countries today turned over law enforcement troubling e-mail messages they had receive about possible attacks. And even the white house press security addressed the threat. We have seen an uptick in threat reporting prior to the olympics, which is, of course, of concern. Reporter: In sochi, today, still no success by Russian authorities in tracking down the suspected female suicide bomber, who authorities believe is already in sochi. Diane? Okay, Brian. We'll stay overseas for the
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