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Virtue and Moir take back gold, Shibutanis claim bronze
Virtue and Moir are the most decorated Olympic figure skaters in history.
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Cassie Sharpe rules halfpipe gold; USA’s Sigourney gets bronze
Cassie Sharpe entered as the gold medal favorite and did not disappoint.
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Olympic Hockey Day 11 Preview: Men’s qualification playoffs begin
United States take on Slovakia.
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The secret messages Lindsey Vonn wrote on her Olympic race suit
One message mirrors Vonn’s uniquely placed tattoo
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Hard falls at Olympics, but no hard rules about concussions
One freeskier hit her head in a crash about 36 hours before winning a silver medal.
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Men’s freeski halfpipe: A primer
With skiers like David Wise leading the way, can the U.S. sweep the podium?
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Winter Olympics late night: What to watch/stream
Biathlon, Curling, and Short Track all on tap.
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U.S. coach: No fear of suspension for women’s hockey final
U.S. women's hockey coach doesn't believe Meghan Duggan will be disciplined after colliding with Finland's Savolainen.
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Olympic women’s hockey expanding from 8 to 10 teams in 2022
Olympic women's hockey is growing with two more teams added for the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
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Karen Chen says men’s event ‘inspiring’
Karen Chen was able to catch the men’s and pairs’ events so far in PyeongChang.
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‘Shy kid’ Karen Chen has a plan for fighting off nerves
Karen Chen is learning to conquer her anxiety in order to compete better.
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Winter Olympics: What to watch/stream
Previewing today's action in PyeongChang.
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Lindsey Vonn: I didn’t want to win in training
Vonn admits that she plays mind games in training.
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Previewing the final week in PyeongChang
There's still plenty of drama to unfold in the final week of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
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Canada punches its ticket, will face U.S. in final
Canada defeated the Olympic Athletes from Russia 5-0 to clinch a spot in the gold medal game.
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Mikaela Shiffrin pulls out of women’s downhill event
Mikaela Shiffrin took gold in her first event, fourth in her second event and has now opted not to race in her third and fourth events.
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PyeongChang late night roundup
USA pick up big wins in hockey and curling.
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Russian bronze medal winning curler reportedly tests positive for banned substance
A Russian coach reportedly told team members Sunday of the failed test.
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Cameranesi scores two as U.S. advances to gold medal game
Team USA secured its spot in the gold medal game with a 5-0 win against Finland.
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Women’s Curling Night 6: Team USA gets much needed win over Denmark
Korea, Canada and Switzerland also pick up wins on the night
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Anna Gasser tops qualifying for women’s snowboard big air
Three Americans advanced to the final.
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Madison Hubbell still relies on mom to make her costumes
Millions of people will see some of her handiwork this week.
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Women’s downhill: A primer for PyeongChang
Everything you need to know about the Alpine skiing men’s super-G at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics
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USA not looking past Finland in semifinals
Team USA has one more game to win before a potential gold-medal confrontation with Canada.
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Men’s hockey qualification round match-ups set
After failing to clinch an automatic birth to the quarterfinals, eights teams will play an additional game for the right to advance.
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Winter Olympics late night: What to watch/stream
Bobsled and curling feature in NBC's late night coverage.
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U.S. ice dance teams all focused on Olympic podium
Brother-sister duo Maia and Alex Shibutani have already won a bronze medal in the team event earlier in PyeongChang.
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It’s about the journey and the destination for Huwiler Gasser
Mischa Gasser's father, Huwiler, rode his bicycle from Switzerland to South Korea to watch his some compete.
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No NHL players means more mistakes and goals at Olympics
With NHL players at an all time low in the Olympics, scoring is going up.
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Ligety exits quietly, Hirscher brilliant again
To watch Hirscher ski is to watch one of the great athletes of our — or any — time
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Olympic ice dance figure skating preview
The short dance is Sunday, February 18 and the free dance is Monday, February 19.
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Winter Olympics: What to watch/stream
The USA take on Finland in the women's hockey semifinals.
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Record-breaking Kovalchuk remains sharp despite KHL play
After leaving the New Jersey Devils in 2013, Team OAR's Ilya Kovalchuk is still strong, even in the KHL.
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The story behind Gus Kenworthy’s rainbow stars and stripes flag
Kenworthy's boyfriend brought the flag to the slopestyle course on Sunday.
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Nick Goepper, Gus Kenworthy walk away with a different type of win
After life-changing Olympic cycles, both Americans showed their authenticity in PyeongChang.
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Germany crashes into top spot in two-man bobsled after two runs
U.S. sleds out of medal contention after Runs 1 and 2 of the two-man bobsled.
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PyeongChang late night roundup
Norwegians, Hirscher continue to impress.
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Nick Goepper wins silver medal in freeski slopestyle
Final run powers Goepper into second place.
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Men’s Curling Night 5: Japan routs USA
Japan held Shuster's squad to just two points in 7 ends.
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Marcel Hirscher leads GS; defending champ Ted Ligety trails
Hirscher leads by a commanding .63 seconds after the first of two giant slalom runs
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Hockey Hall of Fame getting puck from Korea’s first goal
The Korean Ice Hockey Association wanted it, but the puck will forever sit in the sport’s most revered shrine.
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Best GIFs from Week 2 of 2018 Winter Olympics
High-quality athletes make for some high-quality GIFs.
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Winter Olympics late night: What to watch/stream
A blockbuster curling match between Great Britain and Sweden highlight Saturday evening's programming.
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Could Canada still get gold in women’s curling?
Canada opened women’s curling play with three straight losses before defeating the U.S. on Saturday.
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Primer on men’s giant slalom
Everything you need to know about the Alpine skiing men’s giant slalom at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics
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Mac Bohanan has Speedy on his mind for Aerials
Mac Bohonnon hopes to honor the legendary Speedy Peterson by landing his signature trick.
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Hanyu’s gold was No. 1,000 awarded in Winter Olympics
The Japanese figure skater won the 1,000th gold medal since the Winter Games began in 1924.
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Seven fun facts of skier Ester Ledecka’s stunning gold medal
Ester Ledecka's shocking win in alpine skiing ranks as quite possibly the biggest upset in the sport's Olympic history.
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Is curling the antidote to the world’s issues?
Fans and players revel in curling's sportsmanship among competitors
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U.S. boblsedders remembering Steve Holcomb
Team USA bobsled has the former star on their minds in PyeongChang.
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Mikaela Shiffrin opens up on slalom disappointment
Shiffrin failed to medal in the women's giant slalom event.
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Winter Olympics: What to watch/stream
Ted Ligety features on NBC’s primetime coverage, as the skier goes back to the slopes for the men’s giant slalom. Ligety returns to PyeongChang as the defending champion, but will face stiff...
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Katie Ledecky wonders whether she is related to Ester Ledecka
Both are Olympic champions.
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