Meet the 2018 US women's Olympic figure skating team
Meet the 2018 US women's Olympic figure skating team

In an exclusive interview Saturday, TODAY announced that Bradie Tennell, Mirai Nagasu and Karen Chen were chosen to represent U.S. women’s figuring skating at this year’s Winter Olympics. 

International Olympic Committee bars Russia from 2018 Winter Games over doping
International Olympic Committee bars Russia from 2018 Winter Games over doping

The IOC will allow individual athletes from Russia to compete as neutrals "under strict conditions" at the PyeongChang Games.

NBC coverage of PyeongChang Winter Olympics live across all time zones
NBC coverage of PyeongChang Winter Olympics live across all time zones

NBC will broadcast its Winter Olympic TV programming live across all time zones for the first time at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games. 

What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Miracle on (curling) ice
What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Miracle on (curling) ice

By: Stephanie De LanceyMen clinch curling gold The United States won its first gold medal in Olympic curling, beating Sweden 10-7. After starting 2-4, the U.S. won its last five games. With the win, the U.S. earned a medal...

WATCH: Top skeleton moments from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games
WATCH: Top skeleton moments from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

By: Liam Boylan-Pett From Yun Sung-Bin’s historic gold to Lizzy Yarnold’s repeat, the skeleton did not disappoint in PyeongChang. Here are the best moments from the 2018 Winter Games:

WATCH: Best cross-country skiing moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics
WATCH: Best cross-country skiing moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics

By: Tom Dougherty From the United States’ first-ever cross-country gold medal to the Shirtless Tongan, check out the best moments from the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics cross-country skiing competition.

What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Competition concludes
What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Competition concludes

By: Stephanie De LanceyPrimetime spotlight The Olympics wound down with the figure skating gala. All the medalist were able to perform on the ice to whatever music they wanted with whatever moves they wanted to include.

18 Things to remember from figure skating in PyeongChang
18 Things to remember from figure skating in PyeongChang

By: Nick McCarvel PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – Sixteen years ago – at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games – Aliona Savchenko made her Olympic debut. Alina Zagitova wasn’t even born yet.

Experience the miracurl on ice in virtual reality
Experience the miracurl on ice in virtual reality

By: Jennifer Hoffman You saw the Miracurl on Ice when Team Shuster defeated Sweden to win the United States their first gold medal in curling.

The best moments from figure skating at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics
The best moments from figure skating at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics

By: Rachel Lutz Figure skaters were busy at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Competition kicked off with the team event, won by Canada's skater. Patrick Chan became the first men's skater from Canada to win...

WATCH: Best snowboarding moments from 2018 Winter Olympics
WATCH: Best snowboarding moments from 2018 Winter Olympics

By: Shawn Smith A pair of American teenagers became breakout stars, and a 22-year-old from the Czech Republic proved to be one of the most versatile athletes in PyeongChang. Here's a look back at some of the top...

Top moments from 2018 Olympic curling
Top moments from 2018 Olympic curling

By: Cara Cooper There was no bigger moment on the Gangneung Curling Center than when the U.S. men claimed their first over curling gold medal. We've counted down the top moments on the way to that golden victory, but...

The rest of the best GIFs from PyeongChang 2018
The rest of the best GIFs from PyeongChang 2018

By: Oliver Jung Already having Olympics withdrawal? Don't worry, so are we. Here are some GIFs to help you through this difficult time, powered by Giphy:

The Podium Day 13: Behind-the-Olympic-scenes with an alternate and freestyle skiing judge
The Podium Day 13: Behind-the-Olympic-scenes with an alternate and freestyle skiing judge

On the Day 13 episode of The Podium, meet bobsled alternate Briauna Jones, who shares her difficult journey to the Olympics -- and her struggle since she arrived. Plus, a men’s ski halfpipe judge explains the judging...

What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Men's hockey gold medal game, figure skating exhibition gala
What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Men's hockey gold medal game, figure skating exhibition gala

By: Jennifer Hoffman It's the final day of competition in PyeongChang.

Gold at last: U.S. scores third-period equalizer, wins in shootout
Gold at last: U.S. scores third-period equalizer, wins in shootout

By: Scott Charles The United States erased the horrors of past Olympic performances with a shootout win against Canada to capture the gold medal.

A reflective Vonn on her Olympic life: 'I gave it absolutely everything I had'
A reflective Vonn on her Olympic life: 'I gave it absolutely everything I had'

By: Alan Abrahamson PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Contemplative and reflective, Lindsey Vonn on Friday wrapped up her competitive Olympic life by saying, “I gave it absolutely everything I had.”

How to watch the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics
How to watch the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics

By: NBC Olympics Another Olympics is in the books.

Best ski jumping (and mustache) moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics
Best ski jumping (and mustache) moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics

By: Matt Bowker The one ski jumping image you'll probably remember from the PyeongChang Games is Robert Johansson's stellar mustache. And rightfully so, but there was also some terrific, nail-biting action. History...

What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Zagitova, Medvedeva fight for gold
What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Zagitova, Medvedeva fight for gold

By: Stephanie De LanceyPrimetime spotlight Figure skating is a sport known for its intense rivalries. The newest rivalry was on full display as Russians Alina Zagitova and Yevgenia Medvedeva faced off in a gold medal...

Nathan Chen describes 'emotional roller coaster' of PyeongChang
Nathan Chen describes 'emotional roller coaster' of PyeongChang

By: Rachel Lutz Nathan Chen showed incredible mental fortitude throughout the 2018 Winter Olympics. In the team event, he contributed his short program, but stumbled. Team USA was able to clinch a bronze medal with the...

What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Ladies free skate in Primetime, men's hockey semifinals
What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Ladies free skate in Primetime, men's hockey semifinals

By: Jennifer Hoffman We're entering the final two days of competition in PyeongChang. Medals are on the line in men's curling, as Canada and Switzerland lock horns for the bronze. Despite falling on a triple-Axel...

U.S. women win hockey gold, Twitter loses it
U.S. women win hockey gold, Twitter loses it

By: Mia Zanzucchi The U.S. women's hockey team won its first gold-medal game since the inaugural women's tournament at the 1998 Nagano Games.

Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir will host the Closing Ceremony
Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir will host the Closing Ceremony

By: Rachel Lutz Figure skating analysts Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir will host the Closing Ceremony on Sunday night in Primetime on NBC. The team, along with play-by-play partner Terry Gannon, made the announcement...

Cammi Granato video surprise spurs U.S. women to first gold since 1998
Cammi Granato video surprise spurs U.S. women to first gold since 1998

By: Nick Zaccardi GANGNEUNG, South Korea – The messages poured in a group chat titled “Olympians.”

Mikaela Shiffrin wins combined silver, Lindsey Vonn misses gate
Mikaela Shiffrin wins combined silver, Lindsey Vonn misses gate

By: Seth Rubinroit Gold: Michelle Gisin (Switzerland) Silver: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) Bronze: Wendy Holdener (Switzerland)

Lindsey Vonn ready for Olympic downhill final after playing 'mind games' in training
Lindsey Vonn ready for Olympic downhill final after playing 'mind games' in training

By: Seth Rubinroit Monday’s downhill training 1. Ramona Siebenhofer (Austria) 2. Michelle Gisin (Switzerland) +.20 seconds 3. Nadia Fanchini (Italy) +.21 seconds

Men's Curling Night 8: Team USA advances to semifinals with win over Great Britain
Men's Curling Night 8: Team USA advances to semifinals with win over Great Britain

By: Cara Cooper There were eight different scenarios for what would happen if the U.S. men's curling team defeated Great Britain Tuesday night.

USA, Canada set for 'battle of the ages'
USA, Canada set for 'battle of the ages'

By: Scott Charles The U.S. women’s hockey team has had plenty of success in recent years, but one achievement has eluded the club for two decades. They came close in the 2010 Winter Games, even closer during the Sochi...

U.S. women's speed skating wins first medal in 16 years
U.S. women's speed skating wins first medal in 16 years

By: Antonio Salazar Heather Bergsma and Brittany Bowe were able to salvage what has been a disapointing 2018 Games, with a bronze medal in the team pursuit.

Jamaican women join bobsled party with 1st Olympic run
Jamaican women join bobsled party with 1st Olympic run

Less than one week ago, the Jamaican bobsled team of Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian and Carrie Russell weren’t quite sure if they had a sled. A coach left the staff, and she threatened to take the team’s sled with her.

What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Vonn's swan song, ladies' shaky starts
What you missed in PyeongChang last night: Vonn's swan song, ladies' shaky starts

By: Stephanie De LanceyPrimetime Spotlight The first two runs of women’s bobsled began the night. Elana Meyers Taylor is seeking redemption after winning silver in Sochi. She has been at the top of her game since arriving...

US coach: No fear of suspension for women's hockey final
US coach: No fear of suspension for women's hockey final

By: Associated Press GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — U.S. women's hockey coach Robb Stauber said he doesn't expect captain Meghan Duggan to face disciplinary action that would keep her out of the Olympic gold medal...

Red Gerard takes flight then comes back to the Olympics
Red Gerard takes flight then comes back to the Olympics

By: Associated Press PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — For Red Gerard, "big air" has less to do with vaulting himself off the snowboarding jump, more to do with the journey he's been on since he became an Olympic gold...

Virtue, Moir poised for second gold medal of PyeongChang after short dance
Virtue, Moir poised for second gold medal of PyeongChang after short dance

By: Rachel Lutz Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada lead a competitive field after the short dance on Sunday from PyeongChang. They scored 83.67 points to notch the new highest score ever recorded in the short dance.

Canada punches its ticket, will face U.S. in final
Canada punches its ticket, will face U.S. in final

By: Scott Charles Canada took a one-goal lead on its first shot and never looked back as they defeated the Olympic Athletes from Russia 5-0 and clinched a spot in the Gold Medal game for the sixth time in as many attempts.

Women's Curling Night 6: Team USA gets much needed win over Denmark
Women's Curling Night 6: Team USA gets much needed win over Denmark

By: Cara Cooper The U.S. women's curling team needed a bounce-back win Sunday night to keep their semifinal hopes alive. It came down to the final shot, but in the end a perfect throw by skip Nina Roth gave Team USA...

What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Lindsey Vonn's moment, ladies short program, USA men's hockey
What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Lindsey Vonn's moment, ladies short program, USA men's hockey

By: Jennifer Hoffman It's down to the homestretch in PyeongChang -- and we've finally arrived at the moment Lindsey Vonn has been waiting eight years for.

Kristi Yamaguchi on today's judging system, Karen Chen and the rest of the talented ladies' field
Kristi Yamaguchi on today's judging system, Karen Chen and the rest of the talented ladies' field

By: Rachel Lutz Kristi Yamaguchi, the 1992 Olympic gold medalist, outlined her expectations for the ladies’ event in PyeongChang. She also discusses Karen Chen, who she has a close relationship with, and Chen’s feelings...

For Maia and Alex Shibutani, choosing Coldplay was a no-brainer
For Maia and Alex Shibutani, choosing Coldplay was a no-brainer

By: Stephanie De Lancey Maia and Alex Shibutani, also known as the “Shib Sibs,” have been ice dancing together since 2004. They entered PyeongChang the most decorated of the three American ice dance teams competing. Last...

What you missed in PyeongChang last night: 'Shib sibs' shine, U.S. men advance
What you missed in PyeongChang last night: 'Shib sibs' shine, U.S. men advance

By: Stephanie De LanceyPrimetime spotlight All eyes turned to ice dance for a second straight night. The Shibutani siblings had become an easy duo to root for after helping clinch the bronze medal in the team event. They...

What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Ice dance medal time, must-win for USA men's hockey
What to watch tonight in PyeongChang: Ice dance medal time, must-win for USA men's hockey

By: Jennifer Hoffman There's a full slate of competiton continuing tonight in PyeongChang.

What you missed last night in PyeongChang: Ice dancers dazzle, big air on the slopes
What you missed last night in PyeongChang: Ice dancers dazzle, big air on the slopes

By: Stephanie De LanceyPrimetime spotlight Ice dancing highlighted Primetime coverage. The Americans had three pairs competing in the event. Maia and Alex Shibutani were skating for the first time since contributing in the...

Experience the men's cross-country 15k in virtual reality
Experience the men's cross-country 15k in virtual reality

By: Jennifer Hoffman Ever wonder what it's like to compete in the men's cross-country 15k?

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