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Depth in Winter 2018: The unforgettable stories from Pyeongchang
They spoke with their feet: Chloe Kim springing off the walls of the halfpipe, Lindsey Vonn stomping in the start house at the top of the downhill run before she knifed forward, Jessie Diggins flinging her left ski across the finish line of the cross-country track and through the barbed wire of
Winter Olympics 2018: Schedule, results and coverage
The 2018 Winter Olympics have begun, with events running through Feb. 25. Check back here daily for results, news coverage and stories on the biggest names in Pyeongchang. We already have Nathan Chen, Lindsay Vonn and Chloe Kim covered: See their stories below. 2018 Pyeongchang content and schedule
Olympic gold medalist Red Gerard recalls 'hectic' morning before big win
Redmond Gerard, 17, made history on Saturday when he took home the Olympic gold medal in snowboarding slopestyle at the Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games, but he was almost late for the competition. Gerard, the youngest person to ever win a snowboarding gold medal for Team USA, said he overslept on
US Olympian wins bronze after snowboarding crash
Mark McMorris tweeted a photo of himself with his medal from Pyeonchang alongside a photo of him laying in a hospital bed after a snowboarding crash.
Give Sage Kotsenburg points for style
A huge statement was made at the first snowboard slopestyle contest in Olympic history Saturday afternoon. But it wasn't the riders with the loudest voices: It was the judges. By awarding U.S. rider Sage Kotsenburg the highest score of the day -- a 93.5 in his triple-free first run, three runs into
USA's Sage Kotsenburg wins gold
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia -- Sage Kotsenburg of the United States won the first gold medal of the 2014 Olympics on Saturday, soaring to victory in the men's snowboarding slopestyle final. Kotsenburg had a score of 93.50 to edge Staale Sandbech of Norway. Mark McMorris of Canada, who barely made the
Sochi Olympics: Viewer's guide
Here is a look at some of the events on our radar at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia: Friday, Feb. 7 What: Opening Ceremony Where: Fisht Olympic Stadium When: 11 a.m. ET Summary: What type of show will Russia put on? Sabre dances? Russian folk music? Vladimir Putin taking off his shirt?
Triumphs and Crashes in 2014 Olympics 1st Day
Amy Robach recaps all the highlights from the first day of competition in Sochi.
Drama continues in slopestyle debut
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia -- Thursday's Olympic debut of men's snowboard slopestyle was a bumpy one. It began with more talk about who wasn't competing than the 29 riders who were, and it ended with the gold-medal favorite staring, shell-shocked, into a throng of reporters as he tried to explain why
White's decision a surprising one
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia -- On Wednesday afternoon, Shaun White dropped out of slopestyle at the Olympics. If I had to wager on sentences I would possibly write while in Sochi, I would have bet my apartment that wouldn't be one of them. Sure, White played hokey pokey with the X Games two weeks ago,