2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics News
Russia's anti-doping tzar Yuri Ganus on Wednesday blasted the "irresponsible and destructive actions" of Moscow authorities he accuses of doctoring key data handed over to the World Anti-Doping Agency.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Sports Analytics Company Gracenote Sports predicts USA to top medal's tally, hosts Japan to come third
Gracenote Sports has a 100 per cent record in its analysis as it has predicted correctly for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and the 2016 Rio Olympics
One year after 2018 Winter Olympics, locals and officials argue over future, upkeep costs of Pyeongchang Games venues
Many of the venues built for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics stand empty, with arguments mounting over their future and upkeep costs.
North and South Korea's mended relationship has often manifested itself in sports, with the latest announcement about intent to host the 2032 Olympics jointly being the newest development.
Winter Olympics 2018: North Korean delegation led by blacklisted general Kim Yong Chol arrives in South
The visit by an eight-member high-level North Korean delegation is the final piece of the Games-led diplomacy that has dominated headlines from Pyeongchang.
Winter Olympics 2018: Olympic Athletes from Russia beat Germany in thrilling final to win men's ice hockey gold
Russia dramatically ended a 26-year men's hockey title drought by defeating Germany 4-3 in over-time in a championship-game thriller for the only gold medal by Russian men at the Pyeongchang Games.
Winter Olympics 2018: Germany continue bobsled dominance with gold and silver in men's four-man event
In Pyeongchang, not only did Germany win gold in all three bobsled events — matching its feat from Turin 2006 — but also became the first country to win six sliding gold medals at a single Olympics.
The "Garlic Girls" who sparked a national phenomenon in the quirky sport of curling with the sweeping and the shouting lost to Sweden 8-3 in Sunday's Olympic final
With athletes in the peak of their physical prowess living in close proximity, it comes across as no surprise that the Olympics Village at Pyeongchang has become a hotbed for sexual activity.
Winter Olympics 2018: Skier Lindsey Vonn bids farewell to quadrennial event, promises to chase record of most World Cup wins
"It's been a great ride. I'll take a lot of great memories with me. When you're older you have a different appreciation for life and the experiences you've had," she said.
Winter Olympics 2018: Czech Republic ride on Pavel Francouz's heroics to oust USA in men's ice hockey
The Czechs ousted the United States 3-2 in a tension-packed shootout thriller and advanced to a semi-final showdown against the Russians, who easily dispatched Norway 6-1.
Winter Olympics 2018: Finland edge past Olympic Athletes from Russia to claim women's ice hockey bronze
Finland matched their best Olympic women's hockey finish, having also taken bronze in 1998 and 2010. Russia have never taken a medal in the event.
Shiffrin has had a mixed time of it in South Korea, winning giant slalom gold but failing to defend her slalom title.
Winter Olympics 2018: 'Alexander Krushelnitsky is not stupid', Russian coach defends curler after doping allegations
Krushelnitsky and his wife Anastasia Bryzgalova captured the bronze medal last Tuesday in the mixed doubles curling event.
Winter Olympics 2018: Women's ice hockey semis, Jan Smeekins quest for gold and other events on Day 10
World champion Jan Smeekens leads a strong Dutch challenge and hopes to finally realise his lifetime ambition of winning an individual Olympic gold medal.
Kodaira, who has won her past 15 World Cup 500m starts, is only the second speed skater from her homeland to take Olympic gold after Hiroyasu Shimizu in the men's 500m in 1998.
A Russian medallist Alexander Krushelnitsky at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is suspected of having tested positive for a banned substance, a source at the Games said on Sunday
Winter Olympics 2018: Mathilde Gremaud recovers from concussion scare to win women's ski slopestyle silver
Switzerland's Mathilde Gremaud took Olympic freestyle silver in the women's ski slopestyle on Saturday, just a day after being taken to hospital after a concussion scare.