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Speedskater Jorien ter Mors became the first woman to win Olympic medals in different sports at the same Winter Games.
Martin Fourcade became the first athlete to win three gold medals at the Pyeongchang Olympics when he anchored his French team to victory in the biathlon mixed relay.
Johannes Rydzek took advantage of his strength in the cross-country race to lead a German sweep of the Olympic podium in Nordic combined.
Nigeria made its women's bobsled Olympic debut, and is in last place _ an irrelevant part of this team's story.
The officials in charge of the Russian team at the Pyeongchang Olympics sought to blame just about anyone other than the curler who was caught doping.
Mariama Jamanka and Lisa Buckwitz of Germany are the leaders at the midway point of the women's bobsled competition.
Yannic Seidenberg scored 32 seconds into overtime to give Germany a 2-1 victory over Switzerland in the qualification round.
South Korea defended its women's Olympic short-track 3,000-meter relay title, overtaking China with two laps to go in the penalty-filled final.
Here they go again: Medalists from 2014 challenging again in women's bobsled, with German sleds being the ones to catch.
The Korean women's hockey team featuring players from both North Korea and South Korea for the Winter Olympics was a historic moment.
Kontiola scores twice as Finland beats host South Korea 5-2 in the qualification round and advance to face Canada in the Olympic quarterfinals.
The United States is in the Olympic quarterfinals against the Czech Republic because of goaltender Ryan Zapolski and college players Ryan Donato and Troy Terry.
Column: The Olympics should be reserved for the best athletes, but far too many under-qualified competitors manage to make the cut.
AP PHOTOS: Highlights of Day 11 at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Olympic curse weighs down three-time world short-track speedskating champion Elise Christie.
Canadians earn Olympic gold medal in ice dancing, US hockey wins big to reach quarterfinals.
A day after her infamous wardrobe malfunction, French ice dancer takes no chances with a hook-free uniform.
Alexander Bonsaken scored 3:06 into overtime as Norway beat Slovenia 2-1 in the qualification round for its first Olympic men's hockey victory since 1994 on home ice in Lillehammer.
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