A Little Roundup
She didn't make a surprise appearance at the Opening Ceremony, but the continuing drama cloud around Olympic tennis player Peng Shuai hangs over the IOC.
RTE: Team Ireland is ready to make a mark in Beijing.
Skeleton slider Kim Meylemans is "safe" and back in the Olympic Village after an upsetting Covid-19 protocol measure.
"A Brilliant Curling Story" recounts Team Great Britain's gold in women's curling from Salt Lake 2002, to help you get inspired with the action underway in 2022.
The New York Times: What scares the world's most daring Olympians? featuring freestyle skier Eileen Gu, alpine skiers Aleksander Aamodt Kilde and River Radamus, snowboarders Mark McMorris and Shaun White, and many others.
ESPN.com: And now that the Games have started...how did we end up with a Winter Games amid China's human rights crisis?
Canada's Keegan Messing in a 'race against time' to make it to Beijing in time for the men's figure skating competition.
Jaelin Kauf competes in Olympic moguls freestyle skiing with a pearl of a special gift.
Three to Watch
A more mature Red Gerard has a clearer picture of getting "something out of (the Olympics)" as he defends his slopestyle gold from four years ago.
Can Johan Clarey be "dangerous" in the men's downhill as the veteran competitor at age 41?