A Little Roundup
And 16-year-old skater Alysa Liu is focused on having 'the time of her young life' at these Games.
Eileen Gu's mother is getting some Olympics-fueled attention now, too. Why not? She helps her daughter win.
Retiring snowboarder Shaun White: Whatever happened to the 'Flying Tomato'?
Even more Zoi Sadowski-Synnott: Is she the next 'queen of global snowboarding'?
French snowboarder Lucile Lefevre closes her Olympic competition on a free-spirited note.
Mons Roisland won silver in snowboard big air...four years after a 'horrific' crash at the 2018 Olympics.
Carly Margulies has endured seven knee surgeries in her snowboarding career, and is on the cusp of her Olympic debut.
Freestyle aerialist Megan Nick hopes to inspire: "I just hope (Team USA's success) inspires kids around the nation to consider starting aerials".
Meanwhile, Australia's two aerials medal hopes Laura Peel and Danielle Scott have a reckoning with their disappointing runs.
Luger Mateusz Sochowicz pens an emotional social post as he leaves Beijing.
Cross-country skier Gus Schumaker 'shows how to struggle with grace' in a tough Beijing 2022 debut.
Being home to a quarter of the world's bobsled tracks is only just a part of why Germany is the dominant force in the sport.
Quentin Fillon Maillet is the first biathlete to win five medals in one Games. But keep an eye out for his one more event...and for Marte Osblu Roeiseland right on his heels...
Jarl Magnus Riiber tries to remain positive despite a very costly navigational error in his only individual Nordic Combined race in these Games.
Curler Matt Hamilton isn't just known for cool sneakers...he also has very long hair. There's a good reason.
Get to know Team Canada's Jennifer Jones: champion curler, legal advisor, and mother of two.
Ice hockey's Marie-Philip Poulin has lead Team Canada with "quiet confidence" to the gold medal match.
Meanwhile, USA TODAY asks, "What makes (Team USA's) Hilary Knight great?"
Magnus Hellberg is part of a handful of men's ice hockey players with pre-Olympic playing time in China.
Three to Watch
CBC: Freestyle skier Cassie Sharpe's community keeps her motivated to compete.
Is Jordan Stolz the 'next big thing in U.S. speed skating'?