The Germans held a 3-2 lead with a minute remaining before losing in overtime, 4-3.

Host nation’s surprising run to the women’s final ends with an 8-3 loss to Sweden.

Joey Mantia finishes ninth amid the organized chaos of new event; South Korea’s Lee Seung-Hoon takes gold.

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Skip leads United States on a resurgent run to its first Olympic curling tournament triumph.

Former gold medalist, eliminated in round of 16 here, blasts IOC, International Skiing Federation and Russian Olympic Committee, among others.

Snowboarder devises a new trick, then wows the judges when he lands it in the sport’s Olympics debut.

Without its late leader, the U.S. contingent’s medal hopes are fading fast after an inconsistent first day.

The freestyle skier won a silver at Sochi and was viewed as a medal favorite here, but injuries helped keep her from the podium. And she’s fine with that.

An Ed Sheeran song lands surprisingly high on the list.

  • Perspective

Figure skater gets her gold medal but doesn’t get to hear her country’s national anthem.

The Canadian men, like the Canadian women, failed to defend their Olympic title.

Nadezhda Sergeeva tested positive for a banned heart medication, one day before the IOC will rule on allowing Russia to participate in the Closing Ceremonies.

The five-time U.S. Olympic speedskater finished what’s believed to be his final Olympic race, then declined to talk about the event or his legacy.

The competition between the Russian skaters was a clear example of a long-running question in figure skating: Which is more important, technical mastery or theatrical brilliance?

With 10 days off before his next competition, he came back to the U.S. to make the most of his sudden fame.

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