5 Things: USA Women's Hockey Finally Gets Its RevengeAfter three straight runner-up finishes to Canada, the U.S. women finally overcame our neighbors to the North to win gold.
Vonn Scatters Grandfather's Ashes Near Downhill CourseLindsey Vonn came to South Korea with the goal of taking home an Olympic medal and leaving behind something even more special. She did both.
Russians Hand Team USA Shutout Loss In Men's HockeyNext up, Team USA will play in the first round of playoffs between Monday night and Tuesday morning. They need a win to advance.
5 Things: Shaun White Is Golden Once More, Young Stars Shine In SnowboardingThe "Flyin' Tomato" earned his 3rd Olympic gold medal in half-pipe and a pair of teenagers brought the US gold in snowboarding.
Team USA's Mikaela Shiffrin Goes For Another GoldMen’s ice hockey, men’s figure skating, men’s speedskating, the skeleton, men’s and women’s Alpine skiing, team relay luge and curling took center stage during Thursday’s primetime Olympic coverage.
Rising Stars: Jordan GreenwayJordan Greenway is set to make U.S. Olympic history as he becomes the first African-American to make the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team.
2018 Winter Olympics Sets Record For Most Condoms Given OutA record 110,000 condoms have been handed out to the nearly 3,000 Olympians in PyeongChang; that's almost 40 condoms per athlete.
Olympic Skater Rescued Pup From South Korea Meat Trade, Wins GoldAn Olympic figure skater went to South Korea last year to rescue dogs from the country's controversial meat trade, now she's back and taking home a gold medal.
Colorado Teen Wins Slopestyle Snowboarding For USA's First GoldTeenager Red Gerard has won the United States' first gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, edging Canadians Max Parrot and Mark McMorris in men's slopestyle snowboarding.
Rising Stars: Mikaela ShiffrinThe 22-year-old Colorado native won her first Olympic gold in Sochi at age 18. Four years later, she's looking to add a few more to the trophy case.
2018 Winter Olympics Begin In South KoreaMore than 2,900 athletes from 92 countries will compete in the Pyeongchang Games, making it the biggest Winter Olympics to date.
Long Island Hockey Player Will Honor Late Brother’s Legacy At 2018 Winter GamesThe Long Island native and former New York Ranger hopes to not only honor his country but his family, as well.