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The team joined hundreds of fans and youth players at a meet and greet and skills clinic Friday in Arlington.
The network says John Moody's departure was in the works even before he wrote his widely condemned column.
Our Olympians deserve the best the country can offer. Instead they get used, if not abused.
Figure skating, men’s skiing and speedskating are among the sports that didn’t produce as much hardware as hoped by officials.
The Germans held a 3-2 lead with a minute remaining before losing in overtime, 4-3.
They toiled in obscurity for years and once lost their funding. But the U.S. women kept at it, and after committing to an esprit de corps, rose to new heights in PyeongChang.
Now it’s time to leave the bubble that was the Peace Olympics and face the real world again.
Host nation’s surprising run to the women’s final ends with an 8-3 loss to Sweden.
David Duncan, his wife Maja and his trainer Willy Raine were arrested and then released after a pink Hummer was reportedly stolen.
The American team upsets Sweden, 10-7, in the gold medal match for the first U.S. curling gold in Olympic history. Plus a preview of the final medal events of the PyeongChang Games.
Joey Mantia finishes ninth amid the organized chaos of new event; South Korea’s Lee Seung-Hoon takes gold.
After bonding in PyeongChang, Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy compare notes on life before and after coming out.
Skip leads United States on a resurgent run to its first Olympic curling tournament triumph.
In upholding the ban on Russia’s Olympic federation, the ruling body opens door for country to quickly escape its sporting purgatory once Games have concluded.
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