A Little Roundup
Great graphic detail on Brendan Kerry's jumps in his free program of men's figure skating last night.
Sports fans and fellow racers rally to star Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin's side after another DNF in competition...and gratuitous television coverage.
With Vinzenz Geiger's gold and Lukas Greiderer's bronze in the normal hill competition, both Germany (Geiger) and Austria (Greiderer) have won at least one medal in every Winter Olympics Nordic combined competition since the 2002 Games.
5,000 meter champion Nils van der Poel takes aim at the rival Dutch speed skating federation.
Elsa Desmond on finishing her runs (in 33rd) in women's luge: "...I didn't do anything ridiculous and end up on my face. Why would I not be absolutely ecstatic?"
Doubles champions Tobias Wendl & Tobias Artl join compatriots Nataliue Geisenberger and Georg Hackl as the only Olympic three-peat luge champions.
Reuters: Freestyle skier Birk Ruud remembers his late father after dominant big air win.
Who are the veteran players in the women's ice hockey tournament making a strong impression?
And, in the men's tournament...Team Denmark earns its first-ever Olympic win, days after its women's team's. Both were against Czech Republic...
Will bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor come back from Covid-19 protocol isolation stronger?
Can Chinese flag-bearer Zhao Dan keep up the good start in training once skeleton competition starts?â
"World traveler and world appreciator" John-Henry Krueger strengthens a Hungarian short track speed skating squad after representing Team USA in the last Winter Games.
Ester Ledecka is halfway to a remarkable double gold in Beijing, to match the one from Pyeongchang.
Three to Watch
â"Flustered" Hong Kong short track speed skater Sidney Chu absorbs sudden internet fame after a star turn at the Opening Ceremony.
Ice dancers Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron look past a "worst nightmare" four years ago and are 'unfazed' as favorites in Beijing 2022.