Police: Intoxicated athlete takes car, detained
South Korean police say a Canadian skicross competitor was among three intoxicated people who were detained after allegedly taking a car outside a bar.
Canada's Serwa takes gold in women's skicross
Canada's Kelsey Serwa raced to victory in women's skicross, giving her a gold medal to go with the silver she won in Sochi four years ago.
'You're here to create' -- A coaching word to Wise delivers gold
After two falls, David Wise was going to tone down his tricks in the third and final run of the ski halfpipe -- until his coaches talked him into committing to what would be the best run of his life.
Thursday recap: U.S. hockey joy dominates the day
USA's hockey success set social media alight, while there were marquee days for women's big air, freestyle skier David Wise and Team New Zealand. Missed anything in Pyeongchang? We've got you covered.
Wise enough to win: U.S. skier defends gold
After falling in his first two runs, American David Wise took freestyle skiing gold by turning out a score of 97.20 in his final run through the halfpipe on Thursday to defend his victory from the 2014 Sochi Games.
Wednesday recap: Lindsey Vonn's emotional day; U.S. men's hockey suffers setback
Lindsey Vonn continued her emotional farewell tour from the Olympics, while the American men came up short in hockey. That's just some of what you missed on Day 12 in Pyeongchang.
Canada's Leman takes gold in men's skicross
Brady Leman took an early lead and held off Switzerland's Marc Bischofberger to win a wild final in Wednesday's men's skicross at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Tuesday recap: Canada's historic ice dance pair keeps sizzling
Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir made ice dance history and kept the internet riveted, heartbreak still follows British speedskater Elise Christie, and Team USA made the men's hockey quarters. All that and more from Day 11 in Pyeongchang.
Chances are the U.S. (perhaps even Colorado) could sweep the halfpipe
The fierce competition just to make the U.S. ski halfpipe team for the Olympics is paying dividends, and three men under the age of 23 who grew up 40 miles from one another in Colorado are setting the pace in Pyeongchang.
Sharpe takes gold in women's freestyle halfpipe
Canadian Cassie Sharpe took home the gold medal in the women's freestyle halfpipe final Tuesday. France's Marie Martinod won the silver, and American Brita Sigourney claimed bronze.
Swaney keeps skiing as hope goes downhill
Liz Swaney earned a spot in the Olympics, but she has not been at all competitive.
Monday recap: 'Wardrobe malfunction' hits Olympics
Team USA and Canada are set for a classic rematch in women's hockey, a wardrobe malfunction struck ice dance and a new Olympic sport was born. All that and more from Day 10 in Pyeongchang.
David Wise: I'm grateful for the struggles
ESPN's Delfina Moyano speaks with Team USA freestyle skier David Wise about overcoming adversity, the Olympics and his family.
Abramenko's aerials give Ukraine rare gold
Oleksandr Abramenko gave Ukraine its third-ever gold medal at the Winter Olympics, edging China's Jia Zongyang in men's aerials on Sunday night.
Sunday recap: Hirscher's gold rush, Sweden-Finland clash, Goepper's medal for USA
While Team USA only scored one medal, Marcel Hirscher added to his hardware collection and the Sweden-Finland men's hockey clash did not disappoint. We recap Sunday's action at the Pyeongchang Games.
Agony and ecstasy of Super Saturday puts Team GB medal target in reach
On a day which had potential for four British medals, Lizzy Yarnold, Laura Deas and Izzy Atkin came up trumps for Team GB. But spare a thought for Elise Christie, who suffered another crushing setback in her ongoing quest for Olympic glory.
Medal watch: Christie's Olympic torment continues
Lizzy Yarnold produced a stunning track record to snatch gold and defend her Olympic skeleton title, capturing Team GB's first gold medal of Pyeongchang 2018 on a days of highs -- and a stunning low -- for the British contingent.
Hoefflin soars to gold in women's slopestyle
Sarah Hoefflin and Mathilde Gremaud finished 1-2 for Switzerland in women's slopestyle skiing on Saturday at Phoenix Snow Park. American Devin Logan reached the finals but wasn't a factor.
Huskova survives final round, wins aerials gold
Belarus' Hanna Huskova and China's Zhang Xin were the only ones to land their jumps cleanly in the final round for a 1-2 finish in the women's aerials.
The journey, not a medal, is biggest reward for Goepper, Kenworthy
Four years after making history, teammates Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy both hit rock bottom. But Sunday, after returning to the Olympic men's ski slopestyle final (where Goepper took silver), both know their success in life outweighs any medal.
Canada's Kingsbury storms to gold in moguls
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury stormed his way to gold in men's moguls, filling the one hole in his resume with a dynamic performance in the final round on Monday night.
Laffont gets France in medals with moguls win
Perrine Laffont put France into the medals column at the Winter Olympics, skiing through the bumps and snow to take the women's moguls title Sunday night.
Tonga's Pita Taufatofua steals the show, again
What was the biggest question leading into the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang? Everyone wanted to know if Tongan Pita Taufatofua would show up shirtless and oiled up. He did not disappoint.
Who and what to watch for in Pyeongchang
So many athletes and events to follow in the Olympics ... Where to start? We've got you covered. Here are the biggest names and biggest storylines playing out in South Korea -- and when you can catch them.
U.S. freestyle ski team adds Caldwell, others
Aerials skier Ashley Caldwell has been named to her third U.S. Olympic team, where she'll be joined by Olympic veteran Mac Bohonnon and world champion Jon Lillis.
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Longtime UCLA women's gymnastics coach Valorie Kondos Field, who is entering her 29th season with the Bruins, will retire next spring to explore other pursuits.
The World Anti-Doping Agency's 12-member executive committee voted Thursday to reinstate Russia, ending the nearly three-year suspension of the country's drug-testing program.
Seven months after the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, costly venues that now sit mostly deserted have led to feuding over who pays for their maintenance.
Fresh off winning a third WNBA title, Sue Bird will try to help the U.S. win a third straight FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean president Moon Jae-in said in a statement Wednesday that the countries planned to jointly bid for the 2032 Summer Olympics.
WADA vice president Linda Helleland said Tuesday that she will not vote to reinstate RUSADA on Thursday, saying that taking the easy way out will ultimately hurt WADA in the future.