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The idea belonged to Jim Johansen, the general manager who conceived this motley U.S. men's hockey team. Most of the players would come from minor... [Read More]
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Two gold medals would be awarded, plus one bronze, to the Latvian sled, which in another testament to the margins of bobsled had finished four... [Read More]
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The news of Alexander Krushelnytsky's failed doping test and subsequent sending home spread fast in the Olympic village in PyeongChang, bouncing from one athlete and official... [Read More]
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The news of Alexander Krushelnitsky's banishment spread fast Sunday night, bouncing from one athlete and official to the next. It came as a shock in... [Read More]
Changes in brooms means strength and endurance now are important — leaving the sport as vulnerable to cheating as any other. [Read More]
The Olympic men's hockey tournament, with NHL players consigned to their teams in North America for the first time since 1994, is a competition perfect... [Read More]
The Olympic men's hockey tournament, with NHL players consigned to their teams in North America for the first time since 1994, is a competition perfect... [Read More]
The jumpsuit belonged to Jon Lillis once, before he handed it down to his youngest brother, Mikey. Lillis had become one of the best ski... [Read More]
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Winning a medal wearing earbuds? Yes, they can, and some athletes in PyeongChang wouldn't dream of competing without them. [Read More]
The Olympic men's hockey tournament, with NHL players consigned to their teams in North America for the first time since 1994, is a competition perfect... [Read More]
As she stood atop the Phoenix Snow Park slopestyle course for the final time Saturday afternoon, the Olympics had been nothing but unkind to Maggie... [Read More]
Maggie Voisin is one of the best slopestyle skiers in the world, and she had a plan. [Read More]
Matthias Mayer wins gold, following father Helmut's example from 1988. The top American finisher is 14th. [Read More]
These four Americans, no strangers to hard work, bond over finding a sport that fit their personalities. [Read More]
The plumber, landscaper, carpenter and concrete pourer came from different corners of the United States, sharing blue-collar backgrounds, sneaky athleticism and an affinity for lunacy.... [Read More]
At some point this year, Katie Uhlaender decided the best way to confront her grief would be to accept it. She had constructed her worldview... [Read More]
Mourning the loss of her best friend Steve Holcomb and seeing a bronze medal sit in a Russian's doping limbo, skeleton slider is more concerned... [Read More]
The durability of snowboarding, both as an Olympic event and a sport capable of lingering on the edge of the mainstream, can now be validated... [Read More]
Shaun White was 19 when he won his first gold medal. At 31, he has written a magnificent final chapter. [Read More]
The durability of snowboarding, both as an Olympic event and a sport capable of lingering on the edge of the mainstream, can now be validated... [Read More]
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