Growing pains for U.S. women's ski jumping
When the sport debuted in Sochi, the U.S. came out fighting with a 10th-place finish. But the women couldn't match those results in Pyeongchang. What happened in those four years -- and what does the future hold?
Women's WCup downhill race in Sochi canceled
Poor course conditions in Sochi resulted in three training sessions being scratched, causing the women's downhill World Cup race to be canceled.
Poltoranin among skiers arrested in doping raids
The Kazakhstan Olympic Committee says four-time Olympian Alexei Poltoranin is among five skiers arrested in Austrian police raids targeting an alleged doping network.
'A lot of athletes feel trapped': Jamie Anderson and other snow athletes denounce FIS president
After FIS President Gian-Franco Kasper denied climate change and praised dictatorships, American snowboard and ski athletes are calling for his resignation.
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.
Takanashi's 55th ski jump win extends mark
Sara Takanashi, who set the all-time ski jump win record with her 54th World Cup win on Saturday, extended that record with her 55th win on Sunday in the finale.
Sunday preview: Curling, bobsled and skating gala highlight last day in Pyeongchang
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang: South Korea looks for first women's curling medal, Germany vies to sweep the 4-man bobsled and figure skaters show off their skills in the exhibition gala.
W2W4: Medvedeva vs. Zagitova in women's figure skating, Fourcade eyes fourth Pyeongchang gold
Friday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova fight for gold in women's figure skating, while Martin Fourcade seeks his fourth Pyeongchang gold in men's relay biathlon.
W2W4: Vonn seeks second downhill gold, Nagasu kicks off figure skating singles campaign
Wednesday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Lindsey Vonn seeks second downhill gold after disappointing finish in Super-G, Mirai Nagasu and Bradie Tennell kick off their figure skating singles campaign
Rydzek tops German sweep in Nordic combined
Johannes Rydzek wins the Nordic combined large hill gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, leading a German sweep of the podium.
Johansson gives Norway ski jumping team title
Robert Johansson nailed a leap of 136 meters with the final jump to give Norway victory in large hill team ski jumping and its 11th gold of the Pyeongchang Olympics.
W2W4 at Pyeongchang: Canada's Virtue and Moir eye second ice dance gold, USA vs. Finland in women's hockey semis
Monday's highlights in Pyeongchang: Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir go for their second gold in their final Olympics and USA takes on Finland in a women's ice hockey semifinal.
American 2nd in ski slopestyle; Kenworthy last
American Nick Goepper wins silver in the men's ski slopestyle event, finishing behind Norway's Oystein Braaten and ahead of Canada's Alex Beaulieu-Marchand. American Gus Kenworthy finished last.
Stoch defends gold on ski jumping large hill
Kamil Stoch won ski jumping's large hill event Saturday with leaps of 135 and 136.5 meters at the Pyeongchang Olympics. Normal hill gold medalist Andreas Wellinger of Germany took silver.
Lundby carries dominant WCup form to gold
After dominating the ski jumping World Cup this season, Maren Lundby overcame frigid temperatures Monday to win the women's normal hill gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Wellinger claims gold in normal hill ski jumping
German Andreas Wellinger won the men's normal hill title Saturday at the Pyeongchang Games despite the frigid temperatures and whipping wind at the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center. He nailed a jump of 113.5 meters to secure the gold with 259.3 points.
W2W4 in Pyeongchang: USA-China curling match highlights big day
In the first full day of competition at the Pyeongchang Olympics, the first five gold medals will be awarded.
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.
Historian: U.S. skier 100,000th male Olympian
According to a leading authority on the history of the Olympics, U.S. ski jumper Casey Larson -- making his debut at Pyeongchang -- is the 100,000th man to compete in the Games.
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.
Tande soars to first title at ski flying worlds
Daniel Andre Tande of Norway claimed his first big international title at the ski flying world championships Saturday.
Lundby wins 4th straight ski jumping event
Maren Lundby won her fourth straight World Cup ski jumping event Friday, building on her status as the gold-medal favorite for next month's Pyeongchang Olympics.
Ski jumper Stoch sweeps Four Hills tourney
Kamil Stoch of Poland rounded out his second straight Four Hills Tournament victory by also winning the last stop Saturday.
Defending champ Stoch wins 1st Four Hills stop
Defending champion Kamil Stoch saved his best for last to win the first ski jumping World Cup of the 66th Four Hills Tournament on Saturday.
Japan wins first women's team ski jump event
Yuki Ito led Japan to victory in a women's ski jumping World Cup team event Saturday at Adler Ski Stadium.
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Lotto Soudal optimistic on Gerben Thijssen recovery after horror crash
Lotto Soudal are optimistic that rider Gerben Thijssen will recover from a horrific crash at the Ghent Six Day that saw him suffer three small brain haemorrhages.
Salazar athletes could be retested - WADA
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Craig Reedie has said the organization will look into athletes who trained under banned coach Alberto Salazar.
U.S. hurdler Dawn Harper Nelson coming out of retirement to compete at Tokyo 2020
U.S. hurdler Dawn Harper Nelson has announced that she is coming out of retirement to chase more Olympic gold.
Tokyo 2020 golf must be moved because of heat, politician tells IOC
A well-known Japanese politician has called on Olympic chief Thomas Bach to move the Tokyo 2020 golf events to a cooler location amid heat fears.
Ex-Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman 'told lies' over banned substance
A former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor has admitted to telling "a lot of lies"and ordering a banned testosterone substance.
Mark Cavendish joins Bahrain Merida for 2020
British sprinter Mark Cavendish joins Bahrain Merida for the 2020 cycling season, which is a joint venture with McLaren F1