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  Germany claims shock Olympic ice hockey victory over Canada  Germany stunned defending champions Canada 4-3 Friday to reach the men's Olympic ice hockey final for the first time   US beat Canada to take women's ice hockey gold   Team USA won the shootout 3-2, with forward Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scoring the winning goal Alina Zagitova wins gold for OAR in women's single figure skating   Fifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova won Olympic athletes from Russia's first gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in the women's single figure... Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time Map of Pyeongchang South Korea
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Russians win men's ice hockey gold -- then sing Russian anthem Map of Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea
PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closing ceremony Map of Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea


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  The Games ended with a softening of relations between the two Korean countries, who competed under a united flag
  There was controversy after the Olympic Athlete from Russia team beat Germany to win 4-3 overtime men's ice hockey gold Sunday

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  Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir held their nerve to become Olympic champions. They took their total to an overall world record of 206.07
Feb.18 Krushelnitsky named as Russian suspected of failed doping test   A Russian athlete suspected of failing a doping test at the Winter Olympics has been named as medal-winning curler Alexander Krushelnitsky Feb.17 Bjoergen matches all-time medal record with relay gold for Norway   Marit Bjoergen now has a record of 13 career medals Saturday as she led Norway to gold in 4x5-kilometer cross-country skiing relay Feb.16 Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win   Czech Republic's Ester Ledecka claimed a shock victory in the women's super G as American Lindsey Vonn missed out on a medal on her Olympic ... Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal Map of Pyeongchang South Korea  Hanyu becoming the first menís repeat champion since Dick Button of the United States in 1948 and 1952 Feb.14 Shaun White lands historic third gold Map of Pyeongchang South Korea  White cemented his iconic status in the sport of snowboarding with a third Olympic halfpipe gold medal and a 100th overall at a Winter Games Feb.12 Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang  Japanese speed skater Kei Saito has become the first athlete to be excluded from the 2018 Winter Olympics for a doping violation High winds wreak havoc as Canada breezes to double gold   High winds wreaked havoc in a controversial women's slopestyle competition and forced the postponement of Mikaela Shiffrin's first gold meda... Feb.11 Red Gerard wins United States' first gold in Pyeongchang Map of Pheonix Park Pyeongchang South Korea  Gerard snatched a dramatic victory in the men's slopestyle to win the United States' first gold of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Feb.9 Olympics Opening Ceremony preaches a Games of 'peace' Map of Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea
  A giant dove of peace lit up the night sky and athletes from North and South Korea walked in unison for the first time in 11 years
 Famous South Korean singers sang John Lennon's 'Imagine'. South Korea's President Moon Jae-in described these Games as a 'festival and celebration of peace'


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Jan.27     Federer reaches seventh Australian Open final as Chung retires  Melbourne: Federer breezed in the first 6-1. South Korea's history-maker Hyeon Chung retired with a lingering blister issue while trailing 5-2 in the second... Jan.20 North Korea will send 22 athletes to Pyeongchang  North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February

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Mar.12 Google's AlphaGo beats Go master Lee Se-dol


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Jul.22 Golfer loses S Korea military service appeal


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Oct.3 North Koreans make surprise visit to South   3 senior North officials are in South Korea for the closing ceremony of the Asian Games - a visit seen as a rare opportunity for high-level ... Jun.26 South Korea 0-1 Belgium
. Sao Paulo

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Aug.1   Olympic badminton players disqualified
  London: 8 players have been disqualified from the women's doubles competition after being accused of 'not using one's best efforts to win'. Two pairs from S. Korea
Jul.27 Blind archer breaks Olympics' first world record
. London

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Aug.28 Bolt is disqualified in final
Jul.6 S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics   The International Olympic Committee chose Pyeongchang to host the 2018 Winter Games. The other bid cities were Munich and Annecy

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Jun.26 Uruguay advances over South Korea
. South Africa Uruguay 2-1 South Korea. South Africa Feb.25 Korea's Kim skates to gold. Vancouver

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Apr.26 Tight security at Seoul torch relay
Apr.10 UN chief to miss Olympics opening

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Jun.29 Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place
Jun.25   Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit Jun.22 Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals Jun.21 Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal Jun.18     South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup Jun.17 US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals Jun.16 Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland Jun.14 U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal Jun.11 Denmark 2-0 France Jun.4 South Korea 2-0 Poland May.31     France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory

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Dec.1 World Cup draw


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02-26 PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closing ceremony Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, Pyeongchang, South Korea
C. 02-26 Russians win men's ice hockey gold -- then sing Russian anthem Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, Pyeongchang, South Korea
3. 02-22 US beat Canada to take women's ice hockey gold Pyeongchang, South Korea
4. 02-22 Alina Zagitova wins gold for OAR in women's single figure skating Pyeongchang, South Korea
F. 02-19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time Pyeongchang, South Korea
G. 02-18 Krushelnitsky named as Russian suspected of failed doping test Pyeongchang, South Korea
H. 02-17 Bjoergen matches all-time medal record with relay gold for Norway Pyeongchang, South Korea
8. 02-16 Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win Pyeongchang, South Korea



    
    

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Bolt is disqualified in final   Federer reaches seventh Australian Open final as Chung retires  Melbourne: Federer breezed in the first 6-1. South Korea's history-maker Hyeon Chung retired with a lingering blister issue while trailing 5-2 in the second... South Korea 0-1 Belgium. Sao Paulo Uruguay advances over South Korea. South Africa Uruguay 2-1 South Korea. South Africa Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final  Second-half strike by Ballack condemned Hiddink's men to defeat. 7m Koreans watched their heroes make their exit Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal   South Korea beat Italy  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup US 2-0 over Mexico, reach quarterfinals Spain win 3-2 on penalties over Ireland U.S. advances despite defeat by Poland Co-host sends home nine-man Portugal Denmark 2-0 France South Korea 2-0 Poland   France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening  Senegal was playing their first ever match in the World Cup finals. Pape Bouba Diop's goal on 30 minutes handed victory World Cup draw Golfer loses S Korea military service appeal Krushelnitsky named as Russian suspected of failed doping test   A Russian athlete suspected of failing a doping test at the Winter Olympics has been named as medal-winning curler Alexander Krushelnitsky Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang  Japanese speed skater Kei Saito has become the first athlete to be excluded from the 2018 Winter Olympics for a doping violation   Germany claims shock Olympic ice hockey victory over Canada  Germany stunned defending champions Canada 4-3 Friday to reach the men's Olympic ice hockey final for the first time PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closing ceremony Map of Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea




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  The Games ended with a softening of relations between the two Korean countries, who competed under a united flag
Feb.26 Russians win men's ice hockey gold -- then sing Russian anthem Map of Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea
  There was controversy after the Olympic Athlete from Russia team beat Germany to win 4-3 overtime men's ice hockey gold Sunday
Feb.22   US beat Canada to take women's ice hockey gold   Team USA won the shootout 3-2, with forward Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scoring the winning goal Feb.22 Alina Zagitova wins gold for OAR in women's single figure skating   Fifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova won Olympic athletes from Russia's first gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in the women's single figure... Feb.19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time Map of Pyeongchang South Korea
  Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir held their nerve to become Olympic champions. They took their total to an overall world record of 206.07
Feb.17 Bjoergen matches all-time medal record with relay gold for Norway   Marit Bjoergen now has a record of 13 career medals Saturday as she led Norway to gold in 4x5-kilometer cross-country skiing relay Feb.16 Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win   Czech Republic's Ester Ledecka claimed a shock victory in the women's super G as American Lindsey Vonn missed out on a medal on her Olympic ... Feb.16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal
Map of Pyeongchang South Korea  Hanyu becoming the first menís repeat champion since Dick Button of the United States in 1948 and 1952 Feb.14 Shaun White lands historic third gold
Map of Pyeongchang South Korea  White cemented his iconic status in the sport of snowboarding with a third Olympic halfpipe gold medal and a 100th overall at a Winter Games Feb.12 High winds wreak havoc as Canada breezes to double gold   High winds wreaked havoc in a controversial women's slopestyle competition and forced the postponement of Mikaela Shiffrin's first gold meda... Feb.11 Red Gerard wins United States' first gold in Pyeongchang Map of Pheonix Park Pyeongchang South Korea  Gerard snatched a dramatic victory in the men's slopestyle to win the United States' first gold of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Feb.9 Olympics Opening Ceremony preaches a Games of 'peace' Map of Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea
  A giant dove of peace lit up the night sky and athletes from North and South Korea walked in unison for the first time in 11 years
 Famous South Korean singers sang John Lennon's 'Imagine'. South Korea's President Moon Jae-in described these Games as a 'festival and celebration of peace'
Jan.20 North Korea will send 22 athletes to Pyeongchang  North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February 2014 Oct.3 North Koreans make surprise visit to South   3 senior North officials are in South Korea for the closing ceremony of the Asian Games - a visit seen as a rare opportunity for high-level ... 2012 Aug.1   Olympic badminton players disqualified
  London: 8 players have been disqualified from the women's doubles competition after being accused of 'not using one's best efforts to win'. Two pairs from S. Korea
2011 Jul.6 S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics   The International Olympic Committee chose Pyeongchang to host the 2018 Winter Games. The other bid cities were Munich and Annecy 2010 Feb.25 Korea's Kim skates to gold
. Vancouver 2008 Apr.26 Tight security at Seoul torch relay Apr.10 UN chief to miss Olympics opening



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