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  • 'World's weirdest sport', but it's no laughing matter

    It is a niche sport in which two men lie, one on top of the other, in skin-tight uniforms and hurtle feet-first down an ice chute on a tiny sled.

  • Dangerous winds postpone Olympic events

    Dangerous winds played havoc with the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Wednesday, forcing the postponement of two medal events and closing a major area for...

  • Olympic skiing delays no fun for anyone

    Just because there's been barely any Alpine skiing at these Olympics - three of the first four races were postponed - doesn't mean that Mikaela Shiffrin and...

  • Shaun White wins 3rd Olympic gold in contest for the ages

    Snowboarding at the Olympics turned 20 this year, and there's a good chance that in another two decades, people will still be talking about the contest that...

  • Stina takes sprint gold for Sweden

    Stina Nilsson swept aside the field in the Olympic women’s sprint classic final Tuesday, powering to victory in a time of 3:03.8 to secure Sweden’s second...

  • Canadians in blowout mixed-doubles curling win

    Canada were crowned the first Olympics mixed-doubles curling champions Tuesday claiming gold with a 10-3 blowout win over world champions Switzerland.

  • Geisenberger wins gold, extends German luge reign

    German luge queen Natalie Geisenberger claimed her second successive Olympic gold medal in the women’s singles Tuesday to extend her nation’s stranglehold...

  • Italy’s Fontana wins 500-meter race

    Italy’s Arianna Fontana won the Olympic women’s 500-meter race Tuesday after a photo finish with home favorite Choi Minjeong who was later disqualified.

  • Mission Kim-possible as teen soars to gold

    Chloe Kim blew away the competition to win the women’s snowboard half-pipe gold at Pyeongchang’s Phoenix Snow Park Tuesday, the American teenager finishing...

  • Brilliant Hirscher claims first Olympic gold

    Marcel Hirscher, the greatest skier of his generation, ended his long wait for an Olympic gold medal when the Austrian claimed top spot in the men’s combined...

  • CAS makes first doping suspension in Pyeongchang

    Japanese short-track speedskater Kei Saito has tested positive for a banned diuretic in the first doping case of the Pyeongchang Olympics.

  • DQ drama hits South Korea's star skater Choi

    South Korea's speed skating star Choi Min-jeong suffered a dramatic loss to Arianna Fontana in the women's 500m short track Tuesday, stunning the home crowd...

  • Speed skating-Dominant Dutch win gold, silver

    Dutch speed skaters continued their dominance at the Olympic Games on Tuesday with world champion Kjeld Nuis powering to gold in the men's 1,500 metres ahead...

  • Curling-Canada beat Switzerland to win first mixed-doubles gold

    Canada were crowned the first Olympics mixed-doubles curling champions Tuesday, claiming gold with a 10-3 blowout win over world champions Switzerland.

  • Canada win skating gold in team event

    Canada took gold in the team event after stellar performances by Patrick Chan and Gabrielle Daleman Monday, with Chan landing two quads early in his free...

  • Wust powers for record 10th medal

    Dutch speedskater Ireen Wust secured her place in history by claiming a record 10th Olympic speedskating medal when she surged to gold in the women’s...

  • Anderson takes gold in tough conditions

    Jamie Anderson will almost certainly spend more time gazing at her newest Olympic gold medal than watching replays of the slopestyle run she put down to win it.

  • Germany’s Dahlmeier cruises to pursuit gold

    Germany’s Laura Dahlmeier held her nerve in the howling wind, putting in an almost flawless shooting performance to win the women’s 10-kilometer biathlon...

  • Kingsbury seals long-awaited men’s moguls crown

    Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury demolished the field to win Olympic gold in the men’s moguls at Phoenix Snow Park Monday four years after finishing as runner-up in...

  • Fourcade defends biathlon title in men’s pursuit

    Martin Fourcade of France stormed to victory in the men’s Olympic 12.5-kilometer biathlon pursuit Monday, repeating his success in Sochi four years ago and...

  • Robots compete in their own Winter Games

    While Alpine skiers fought high winds at the Pyeongchang Games Monday, there were no such problems for robots competing in their own "Olympics" ski challenge.


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