2018 pyeongchang

Women of Winter

The Women at the Winter Olympics Convinced Me that Sports Are Good

While watching the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics, I was surprised to find myself engaged by ice hockey and curling, sports I would’ve previously dismissed as “boring” or “not my thing.”
Eve Peyser
2.22.18
BrOlympics

Live from PyeongChang 2018, it's Human Snowboarding

Norwegian Olympic snowboarder Stale Sandbech rode down the mountain on Canadian Olympic snowboarder Tyler Nicholson's back.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.22.18
olympics

Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall Win Gold, Announcers Lose Their Shit

The pair won the women's team sprint freestyle at PyeongChang 2018, the first gold medal ever in cross country for the United States.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.21.18
olympics

We're Madly in Love with Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

The rock star Canadians have won over our hearts in PyeongChang.
Kyle Cantlon
2.20.18
olympics

Adam Rippon On Winter Olympics Performance: 'I Can't Explain Witchcraft'

Rippon has stolen the show at PyeongChang 2018—on the ice, and off it.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.16.18
olympics

Austrian Snowboarder Markus Schairer Breaks Neck, Still Finishes Race

Schairer took a vicious fall, landing directly on his back and sustained a break to his fifth cervical vertebra.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.15.18
olympics

U.S. Skaters Saw Florida Shooting Before Routine, Dedicate Program to Victims

News of the Stoneman Douglas shooting played in the warm-up room before their run, and Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim wanted to honor the 17 victims.
Liam Daniel Pierce
2.15.18
Winter Olympics

After Doubts, Trump Admin Confirms U.S. Will Attend Winter Olympics

Due to the escalating tension between the United States and North Korea, it was an "open question" whether the U.S. would attend, but it's official: we're going.
Sean Newell
12.7.17
olympics

With Nine Months to Go, PyeongChang Winter Olympics Faces Possible Room Shortage

The 2018 Winter Olympics bid promised a compact Games, but a lack of accomodations may force fans to stay far and wide.
Aaron Gordon
4.26.17