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White, Kim lead Olympic snowboard team; gold medalist left off
Olympic and X Games champions failed to make the team.
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Russian Olympic, world champion athletes barred from PyeongChang
Viktor Ahn competed for South Korea, then switched to Russia and was the most decorated male athlete at the Sochi Olympics.
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Shiffrin crashes out, fails to finish again
Mikaela Shiffrin crashed during her first run in Tuesday's World Cup race, marking the second straight race she's failed to finish.
Larry Nassar to receive sentence Wednesday
A world championships team member spoke at Tuesday's court session.
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Marcel Hirscher ties Hermann Maier; Henrik Kristoffersen slams snowballs (video)
Only one other male Alpine skier has more wins.
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Hirscher ties Maier with 54th win
Marcel Hirscher won the night slalom in Austria, matching Hermann Maier with 54 wins and delivering Austria's 500th men's World Cup victory.
Kristoffersen has snowballs thrown at him
Norway's Henrik Kristoffersen finished second behind Marcel Hirscher, but complained about snowballs being thrown at him in his second run.
Norway Olympic curling team unveils this year’s crazy pants
For the third straight Winter Games, the men's team from Norway will be shaking up the staid, 600-year-old sport by wearing brightly colored trousers in competition.
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Tearful Mikaela Shiffrin has rare fall in World Cup race (video)
Shiffrin DNFed for the second race in a row.
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Nick Goepper details suicidal thoughts after Sochi Olympics
“There came a point where I was drinking every day, and I was constantly thinking about ways to end my own life."
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‘I, Tonya,’ receives three Oscar nominations
Harding received an ovation at the film premiere last month.
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Watch trailer for Mikaela Shiffrin documentary airing on NBCSN
Learn more about Mikaela Shiffrin: Peak Season.
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USOC CEO Scott Blackmun diagnosed with prostate cancer
Blackmun will miss the PyeongChang Olympic Opening Ceremony.
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Joss Christensen left off Olympic team; full U.S. freestyle skiing roster
Both reigning world champions in aerials were added to the team Monday.
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2012 U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics coach suspended
He also coached the 2011 World all-around champion.
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USA Gymnastics leaders resign as more victims speak
Larry Nassar's sentencing is ongoing.
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Ghana Olympic skeleton slider’s helmet: rabbit escapes lion
"I have finally escaped from the lions & become the rabbit my coach wanted me to be after 15 years."
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First-time Olympians excited for PyeongChang
Bradie Tennell, Sarah Hendrickson and Maame Biney among first-time Olympians ready for the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, which start Feb. 8 on NBC.
Team USA Opening Ceremony uniforms have heaters
Check out images of the Olympic uniforms.
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Jamaica misses Olympic men’s bobsled by one spot
A former NFL running back was part of the Jamaican team in this Olympic cycle.
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Korea Olympic hockey coach: No pressure to play North Koreans
"We're not going to make a line just to make a line of North Korean players just so they can get ice time."
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Minnesota Vikings’ curling TD celebration in NFC title game (video)
Olympic curlers reacted quickly.
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Kenworthy makes U.S. Olympic ski slopestyle team
Gus Kenworthy placed second in the final freeski slopestyle Olympic qualifier, which was good enough to punch his ticket to PyeongChang.
Goepper qualifies for 2018 Winter Olympics
Nick Goepper punched his ticket to the 2018 Winter Olympics, thanks to his impressive performance at Mammoth Mountain.
Gus Kenworthy qualifies for Olympic ski slopestyle team
Kenworthy took a hard slam in the halfpipe two nights ago.
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Zagitova pulls upset at European Championships
Russian figure skater Alina Zagitova sets a personal best in the free skate and comes away with a victory over Yevgenia Medvedeva.
Nick Goepper becomes first skier to qualify for U.S. Olympic men’s slopestyle team
Goepper was the bronze medalist at the Sochi Olympics.
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Lindsey Vonn gets bad luck, Mikaela Shiffrin misses gate in super-G
Another U.S. skier qualified for the Olympics.
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2018 U.S. Men’s Olympic Team General Manager Jim Johannson dies at 53
He also was a member of the U.S. Olympic team in 1988 and 1992.
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Shiffrin misses gate in super-G
Mikaela Shiffrin was off her line early in her run and eventually missed a gate in the super-G.
Lara Gut wins super-G in Cortina
Lara Gut regained a lot of confidence with a super-G win over Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin.
Vonn drops to sixth in super-G
Lindsey Vonn's luck in Cortina ran out in the super-G, when she encountered fog and finished sixth.
Danny Davis suffers scary halfpipe crash in Olympic qualifier (video)
Davis, a Sochi Olympian and two-time X Games champ, likely won't be going to PyeongChang.
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Clark nabs spot on Team USA in Pyeongchang
Kelly Clark locked down a spot on Team USA and is headed to Pyeongchang after a stellar run at the U.S. Grand Prix.
Kelly Clark qualifies for Olympics, as does rider half her age
An Olympic champion looks likely to be left off the PyeongChang team.
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Davis crashes into halfpipe during run
Danny Davis crashed into the top of the halfpipe while attempting a trick during his second run at the U.S. Grand Prix.
Alina Zagitova hands Yevgenia Medvedeva first loss in 2 years
Medvedeva was competing for the first time in two months after suffering a broken foot.
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Mack victorious in final Olympic qualifying event
Kyle Mack qualified for the last automatic spot on the men’s big air/slopestyle team, thanks to his impressive performance.
Julia Marino will join Team USA in PyeongChang
Julia Marino made the U.S. big air and slopestyle team for the 2018 Winter Olympics, thanks to her performance at the final qualifying event.
Jamie Anderson wins final PyeongChang qualifier
Jamie Anderson stomped her slopestyle run in the final Olympic qualifying event at Mammoth Mountain.
Hailey Langland qualifies for PyeongChang
Hailey Langland qualifies for the U.S. big air and slopestyle team in her first run at the 2017-18 U.S. Grand Prix.
Julia Marino, Hailey Langland qualify for Olympics; U.S. sweeps possible
The U.S. has never swept a Winter Olympic podium in a women's event.
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French ice dancers break world record again
They are distancing themselves from the couple that was once the Olympic favorite.
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Tonga flag bearer from Rio qualifies for Winter Olympics
"People don't see the hard work that goes behind," he said. "They just see the shiny guy that walks with the flag."
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Summer Britcher upsets Olympic luge favorites at World Cup
All three U.S. women on the Olympic luge team have won a World Cup since the start of the 2016-17 season.
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Lindsey Vonn wins 79th World Cup race as oldest downhill victor (video)
Vonn won her first downhill in nearly one year.
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Vonn wins 79th career World Cup race
After a second place finish yesterday, Lindsey Vonn wins her 79th career World Cup race and her 40th career downhill World Cup race.
IOC approves unified Korea Olympic team, 22 North Korean athletes
The Koreas will compete on the same Olympic team for the first time.
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Smaine wins Olympic qualifier in ski halfpipe
Kyle Smaine wins the fifth and final Olympic qualifier in ski halfpipe, but is still looking to punch his ticket to PyeongChang.
Sigourney earns Olympic bid with ski halfpipe win
Brita Sigourney won the fifth and final Olympic selection ski halfpipe event to punch her ticket to PyeongChang.
Gus Kenworthy’s hard crash dents Olympic double hope (video)
Four halfpipe skiers qualified for PyeongChang at the last qualifier.
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Devin Logan punches ticket for PyeongChang
Devin Logan earned a return trip to the Olympics thanks to a third place finish in the ski halfpipe at the U.S. Grand Prix.
Alex Ferreira earns first-ever Olympic bid
Alex Ferreira places second at the U.S. Grand Prix in ski halfpipe and earns his first-ever Olympic bid.