2018 Winter Olympics

2018 Winter Olympics News

No joint Koreas march at Paralympics is no setback, says IOC

The two Koreas had marched together at the opening ceremony of last month's Winter Olympics but will enter the stadium separately for the Paralympics after failing to agree on which version of the unified flag to use.

Double Winter Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu to not defend figure skating world title

Yuzuru Hanyu cast doubt on his participation in Milan after his Olympic triumph in Pyeongchang, saying repeatedly that healing the right ankle he injured in a training fall late last year was his priority.

South Korea to honour Thomas Bach for Pyeongchang contribution

The ministry added that no date had been set yet for IOC President Thomas Bach to receive the Cheongryong Medal.

Winter Olympics 2018: The Simpsons predicted not one but two events at PyeongChang

The Simpsons predicted two things that happened at PyeongChang 2018, first, a squirrel running onto the snowboarding slope and narrowly escaping death, and second, the US team winning gold in curling. We probably need to rewatch the show for more predictions.

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South Korea's final Winter Olympic challenge: keep the lights on

IOC delivered the message at its final meeting before the Olympic cauldron was extinguished on Sunday,

Winter Olympics 2018: South Korea brings curtain down on 'Peace Games'

South Korea brought the curtain down on its "Peace Games" on Sunday, with winter sports athletes dancing and singing together at a vibrant closing ceremony, though there was little warmth between dignitaries from the United States and North Korea.

Winter Olympics 2018: Wonder Woman? Ester Ledecka not sure despite rare Olympic double

Ester Ledecka arrived in South Korea a month ago as close to a star as a snowboarder who races instead of soars can get _ which is to say, not much of one at all.

Winter Olympics 2018: Russians sing banned national anthem after beating Germany to gold in men's ice hockey

The Russians, competing as neutral athletes, came back from one-goal down with less than a minute left in regulation time to force overtime..

Protesters target North Korean VIPs heading for PyeongChang Games ceremony

The North's decision to send a former military intelligence chief as delegation leader has enraged families of 46 sailors who died in a deadly 2010 attack.

USOC sports chief: We'll take a hard look at what occurred at PyeongChang Games

The U.S. team went into the final day of action Sunday with 23 medals and an outside chance at one more.

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