Olympic bobsledder Greubel Poser retiring
Jamie Greubel Poser, 34, has been to two Olympics with the women's bobsled team, won bronze at the Sochi Games and won a World Cup championship. She announced her retirement Friday, saying it's time to start a new chapter of her life.
Settlement ends doping case against Sergeeva
One of the four doping cases at the Pyeongchang Olympics has been closed in an agreement between bobsled's governing body and Russian driver Nadezhda Sergeeva.
7 medal events added to 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee has added seven events to the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, creating a program of 109 gold medals.
Kohn to coach national team for USA Bobsled
Olympic medalist Mike Kohn will coach the national team for USA Bobsled, and medalist Shauna Rohbock will serve as an assistant.
Germany wins 4-man gold to complete sweep
Francesco Friedrich piloted Germany to a sweep of the two-man and four-man bobsledding gold medals, becoming the fifth German to record the achievement. Sunday's win in the four-man competition completed the country's three-event gold-medal sweep.
Russian bobsledder admits to doping at games
A Russian bobsledder who tested positive for a banned substance at the Pyeongchang Olympics has admitted to doping and has been disqualified from the games.
Russian bobsledder Sergeeva fails doping test
A second Russian athlete, bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva, has failed a doping test at the Pyeongchang Games, a day before the International Olympic Committee's executive board is to decide whether to reinstate the country for Sunday's closing ceremony.
Germany wins bobsled gold, denying Americans
Germany's Mariama Jamanka drove to gold in the women's bobsled event at the Pyeongchang Games on Wednesday night, adding to her country's dominant showing at the sliding track. Elana Meyers Taylor and Lauren Gibbs of the U.S. were second in 3:22.52.
Germany claim bobsled gold, Nigeria bag the hearts
Germany may have won the women's bobsled gold in PyeongChang, but Nigeria won hearts around the world, and a last-place finish will not diminish their incredible story, or their place in Winter Olympics history.
'We're showing people that anyone can do anything'
Seun Adigun, Akuoma Omeoga and Ngozi Onwumere are a testament that there's no such thing as impossible. The Nigerian-Americans went from zero knowledge of bobsled to the track in Pyeongchang -- and landed in the record books for Africa.
Nigeria make bobsled debut on lightning-quick track
One of the most absorbing and highly-anticipated tales of the PyeongChang Winter Games finally came to the fore on Tuesday, as the Nigeria women's bobsled team took to the track in heats one and two, to become Africa's first Olympic bobsledders.
Lightning strikes twice as bobsleigh gold is shared again
The crews of Germany and Canada could not be separated by even one-hundredth of a second, meaning shared gold in the two-man bobsleigh event -- 20 years after exactly the same thing happened in Nagano.
Canada, Germany share 2-man bobsled gold
Canada and Germany have tied for the gold medal in two-man bobsledding. It's the second dead heat in this event in Olympic history. Both finished in 3 minutes, 16.86 seconds at the Pyeongchang Games.
British team hope to repay faith of crowdfunders
Just five months after they feared their sporting careers may be over, the Great Britain women's bobsleigh team get their Olympic campaign underway Tuesday buoyed by the support of the people.
Bobsledder Meyers Taylor on injury: 'I'll be fine'
Two-time Olympic bobsledding medalist Elana Meyers Taylor pronounced herself fit and ready to go after her final two training runs on Monday, despite a bad Achilles that has been slowing her down.
The town behind U.S. bobsledder Codie Bascue
Whitehall, New York, population 2,600 (give or take), has a message for American bobsled fans: Keep calm, USA, Codie's driving. And when his event was televised Sunday, the town showed up to support him. Here's a look at the watch party.
Think you're tough? Justin Olsen returns to bobsled days after appendectomy
No, having an emergency appendectomy just days before the opening ceremonies is not the way to start an Olympics. But American bobsledder Justin Olsen shares how he was able to fight through it and return to the track for Team USA.
British IOC member expelled from Games
The IOC expelled one of the only members who has been critical of its policies from the Pyeongchang Olympics over an altercation with a security guard.
In South Korea, these are household names -- like all the households
There's a traditional and historical explanation to why the 10 most popular names in South Korea (including Kim, Lee and Park) account for nearly 64 percent of all citizens.
With historic first Games in rear view, Akwasi Frimpong already eyeing 2022
Ghana's Akwasi Frimpong says he is aiming for the 2022 Winter Games after making history on the skeleton track this week in Pyeongchang.
Nigerian women's bobsled team makes history
Sam Borden joins OTL to talk about the first bobsled team from an African nation in the Winter Olympics, and how the three members of the team managed get there start with no access to a sled or ice to practice with.
Jamaican women's bobsled Olympic medal hopes in jeopardy
Mike Golic and Jason Fitz weigh in on the controversy that could derail Jamaica's chances to compete for a medal in Pyeonchang, South Korea.
Ghana's Frimpong finishes last in Skeleton heats
Ghana's Akwasi Frimpong, who has attracted a good amount of attention over his lion-and-rabbit helmet design, finished in last place after the first two heats of the men's skeleton competition in PyeongChang on Thursday.
America's biggest 2018 exports: Planes, cars ... winter Olympians
Right around 37 athletes from the United States are competing for other flags in Pyeongchang. For example, Charles Flaherty, from Cincinnati? He skis for Puerto Rico.
Jamaica bobsled coach quits days before event
Jamaican women's bobsled coach Sandra Kiriasis announced on Wednesday she has quit the team, throwing the team into disarray just days before what would be its historic Olympic debut.
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Rejected by family, Emily Scheck thankful for others' support
After 19-year-old Emily Scheck's mother discovered she was a lesbian, her family rejected her, but the help of strangers has allowed her to remain in school.
Knee injury to sideline Lindsey Vonn for Lake Louise World Cup races
While adding that she won't need surgery, Lindsey Vonn says a knee injury suffered in a training crash will keep her out of the upcoming World Cup speed races in Lake Louise, Alberta.
Katie Ledecky, Ryan Murphy stars of USA Swimming's Golden Goggles
For the sixth straight year, Katie Ledecky was named the top female swimmer at the Golden Goggles, while Ryan Murphy took home three awards for himself.
What athletes eat: Hockey goalie Alex Rigsby's flourless pumpkin muffins
U.S. hockey player Alex Rigsby eats these as a Thanksgiving treat -- or any day for a tasty snack.
British sprinter Levine banned 4 years for doping
British sprinter Nigel Levine, who has won world and European championship medals, has been banned for four years for doping.
Mo Farah to compete in 2019 London Marathon in preparation for the Olympics
European record holder Mo Farah is to run next year's London Marathon for the third time, organisers said on Tuesday.