A Little Roundup
Australian Alpine skier Katie Parker sure has had a whirlwind of an Olympic experience. But she's an Olympian.
ESPN.com: Team USA curler Matt Hamilton "joins the fray of the Wikipedia sports wars".
Czech Republic ice hockey star David Krejci's decision to forego this NHL season for a home base has him focused on Beijing 2022 goals.
More ice hockey: Goaltender Drew Commesso recorded Team USA's first Olympic shutout since 2010, and in his Olympic debut game.
An article from The New York Times on cross-country star Jessie Diggins sparks discussion on coverage of female athletes and their physique.
More AP: When will former cross-country star Stina Nilsson make her Olympic debut in biathlon?
History for Ireland as Thomas Maloney Westgaard finishes in 14th place in the 15K classical cross-country event. "It's just fantastic."
Overcoming obstacles has been the them for Kaillie Humprhies this season as she eyes the start of the bobsled competition in Beijing.
Erin Jackson answers the burning question: Do speed skaters wear socks?
Catch the show of LGBTQ community support by out skeleton racer Andrew Blaser?
Sochi 2014 fourth-place skeleton finisher Katie Uhlaender has thoughts on Russian doping.
More biathlon: Team USA's Leif Nordgren may not have a medal, but he has a reward waiting at home with the birth of his daughter while he's in Beijing.
The secret to Nathan Chen's figure skating singles gold? "Bold, sweat, and tears".
Can't get enough of snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott? Read all about 'Zoi'...
Medalist Mark McMorris weighs in on his view of the infamouse men's snowboard slopestyle scoring.
USA TODAY: A look at definitive moments of Shaun White's Olympic snowboarding career.
Snowboarder Queralt Castellet's Olympic medal was the first by a Spanish woman in 30 years.
Three to Watch
Speed skater Brittany Bowe remains focused on moving past 1,500 meter disappointment as her next races, including her favord 1,000, loom.
Need another story of remarkable, life-affirming perseverance? Meet Alpine skier William Flaherty, and his brother Charles.