A Little Roundup
Olympics:com: Team Canada's women's ice hockey squad is stronger together, even through hip hop, pottery, and knitting.
And on Team USA, defender Lee Stecklein put her teamwork skills to use in the corporate world.
15-year-old Kamila Valieva's Olympic figure skating debut lived up the billing...and then some.
...while fellow figure skater Zhu Yi encounters the tough side of fame on Chinese media after her debut.
Speed skating great Sven Kramer takes a bow in the final race in his signature Olympic 5,000 meters.
A Covid-19 protocol scare lit a spark for Australian mixed doubles curling pair Tahli Gill and Desan Hewitt.
Luger Chris Mazdzer is content with an eighth place finish, after the rough and unusual season he's had.
Freestyle skier Kai Owens wins some fans in host nation China, despite not making the moguls finals.
Mikael Klingsbury kept his family close to his heart - and on his helmet - on his way to becoming the first man to win three Olympic moguls medals.
Tess Coady's snowboarding slopestyle bronze banishes demons: "I came back, I got redemption".
Scotty James heads into the men's snowboard halfpipe as a favorite, and he's "super, super happy" with his preparation ahead of Beijing 2022.
Three to Watch
The Washington Post: Who is Dinigeer Yilamujiang, the Uyghur-Chinese cross-country skier who helped light the flame at the Opening Ceremony?
Freestyle ski star Eileen Gu might contend from three medals, while bridging "the geopolitical divide".