Some perspectives on how the Olympics can foster respect and understanding among different nations and peoples.
Germany surrendered a last-minute shorthanded goal that led to overtime, where the Russians capitalised again.
Ester Ledecká became the first ever woman to win gold in two unrelated disciplines at the Winter Games.
After Germany rattled Canada for four goals in the first two frames, the Canadians’ comeback effort just came up short.
Russian skaters Zagitova and Medvedeva finished with the same scores in the short programme.
The Women’s Hockey and Men’s Curling teams both lost to their American counterparts today.
Canada’s beloved ice dancers end their careers on a high note with a record-setting gold medal victory.
Twenty years after tying Italy for gold in the same event, Canada again tied for gold, this time with Germany.
Nathan Chen propelled himself from 17th to fifth place in the Men’s Singles after a historic free skate.
White pulled off a series 1440s in his final run to capture his third ever Olympic gold.
Dominant performances from every skater allowed Canada to clinch the gold medal before the event was over.
After nearly a year of recovering from injury, Mark McMorris returned to the Olympics with another bronze medal win.