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Canada will not win an Olympic medal in women's curling for the first time. Rachel Homan's fifth loss Wednesday eliminated them from medal contention.
For CBC Sports analyst Pj Kwong, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the greatest ice dance team of all-time. They proved it again at the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. More importantly, the Canadian duo reached a level that won't be seen in quite some time — if ever.
The inaugural men's big air competition got underway on Wednesday morning in Pyeongchang. Max Parrot of Bromont, Que., scored 92.50 in his second run to grab the top qualifying score of the first heat and guarantee himself a spot in the final.
Sofia Goggia of Italy has won Olympic gold in the alpine downhill, while American Lindsey Vonn earned bronze medal in what was likely her last downhill race.
Gabrielle Daleman and Kaetlyn Osmond begin their quest for gold in this evening's women's short program.
Before he made his remarkable return from two fractured vertebrae 16 months ago, Wojtek Wolski found a way to dig himself out of a deep depression.
Like characters in a real-life video game, big air competitors will soar off a 49-metre ramp to perform jumps, flips and tricks before landing, hopefully, on their feet. Dangerous? Yes. Thrilling? Yes. Instagram worthy? Absolutely.
For a long time, the women's figure skating event in Pyeongchang looked like it would be a coronation for the unbeatable Evgenia Medvedeva. But a foot injury opened the door for fellow Russian Alina Zagitova, and now it appears to be a two-horse race for Olympic gold.
The French-speaking public address announcer for hockey games at the Winter Olympics was at the centre of a spat this week over the pronunciation of some Canadian players names.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir put a bow on their illustrious 20-year ice dancing career Tuesday, scoring 122.40 points for a world-best combined score of 206.07 and their fifth career Olympic medal. Cassie Sharpe also won gold for Canada in women's halfpipe.
Canada's women's short track speed skating team was dramatically eliminated in the medal race on Tuesday after being penalized.
Frederik Andersen made 40 saves and James van Riemsdyk had the lone goal as the Toronto Maple Leafs shut out the Florida Panthers 1-0 on Tuesday.
Canada's Kaillie Humphries, bidding to become the first bobsledder to win Olympic gold three times in the same event, sat fifth following Tuesday’s first two runs of women’s bobsleigh.
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today.
Dion Phaneuf scored on the power play for his third goal in four games with Los Angeles, helping the Kings cap a seven-game road trip with a 4-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday.
Jakub Voracek scored the tying goal with 1:25 left in regulation and then got the game-winner 1:26 into overtime to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night.
Eeli Tolvanen had three assists and Petri Kontiola scored twice as Finland survived a scare from host South Korea to win 5-2 on Tuesday night to advance to face Canada in the Olympic quarter-finals.
After a fourth loss in the Olympic women's curling tournament on Tuesday, Rachel Homan must win her final two round-robin games or else become the first Canadian skip to miss the medal round. Standing in her way is a team coached by a Canadian curling legend.
Canada's Cassie Sharpe has won gold, dominating the women's ski halfpipe Tuesday morning in Pyeongchang. The Comox, B.C., native put up her best score of 95.80 in her second run.
Three Russian biathletes have sued the country's former anti-doping laboratory director, saying he severely damaged or destroyed their careers with lies.