Laura Schuler always wanted to coach hockey. A member of Canada's first women's national team, she just never thought she would get the chance to coach her nation's team on the world's biggest stage.
Thursday, Jan 18, 2018 at 08:04 AM PST
San Francisco Police Recover Olympic Skater's Costumes
The Olympic Athletes from Russia will be wearing gray and red in Pyeongchang.
Under an International Olympic Committee ruling last month that formally banned the Russia team, as many as 200 Russians could...
Thursday, Jan 18, 2018 at 08:27 PM PST
At Olympics, Bobsledding Should Find Its Next Driving Star
This could be the most uncertain Olympic bobsled competition in some time.
The most wide open, too.
In 2014, it was widely expected that Russia would be tough to beat in the two- and four-man races. And it...
Thursday, Jan 18, 2018 at 11:09 AM PST
In Her Captain America Suit, Vonn Is Finally Ready to Attack
The Olympic downhill is little more than a month away and Lindsey Vonn is finally ready to start attacking at 100 percent again.
Forget that unusual image of the 78-time World Cup winner skiing cautiously amid...
Friday, Jan 19, 2018 at 03:56 AM PST
Freestyler Voisin Returns to Olympics After Breaking Ankle
Maggie Voisin was determined. She was going to walk in the opening ceremony.
So, with her freshly broken ankle in a freshly fitted walking boot, she did — choking back the emotion from a day that could only be...