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PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closing ceremony   The Games ended with a softening of relations between the two Korean countries, who competed under a united flag Alina Zagitova wins gold for OAR in women's single figure skating Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time Krushelnitsky named as Russian suspected of failed doping test Bjoergen matches all-time medal record with relay gold for Norway Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal Shaun White lands historic third gold Japan's Kei Saito given first doping ban in Pyeongchang Red Gerard wins United States' first gold in Pyeongchang Olympics Opening Ceremony preaches a Games of 'peace' Map of Olympic Stadium Pyeongchang South Korea
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  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 Presi...



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2018
02/26 PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closi...
02/19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for...
02/16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal
02/14 Shaun White lands historic third gold
02/09 Olympics Opening Ceremony preaches a Games...
02/26 PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closi...
02/19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for...
02/16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal
02/14 Shaun White lands historic third gold
02/09 Olympics Opening Ceremony preaches a Games...
02/19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for...
02/16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal
2015
07/31 Beijing chosen to stage Winter Games
01/05 2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche
07/31 Beijing chosen to stage Winter Games
Skating
2015 2015
Skating
2014
03/07 Winter Paralympics open in Sochi
02/23 Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice ho...
02/22 Russia's Wild wins second snowboard gold
02/20 Sotnikova makes history for Russia
02/19 Bjoerndalen wins 13th Winter Olympic medal
02/17 U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold
02/12 Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold
02/12 Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze share women's do...
02/07 Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glitt...
03/07 Winter Paralympics open in Sochi
02/23 Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Ru...
02/23 Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice ho...
02/22 Russia's Wild wins second snowboard gold
02/20 Sotnikova makes history for Russia
02/19 Bjoerndalen wins 13th Winter Olympic medal
02/17 U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold
02/12 Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold
02/07 Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glitt...
02/20 Sotnikova makes history for Russia
02/17 U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold
02/12 Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold
02/09 Russia claimed their first gold medal of Sochi...
2013
12/29 Schumacher injured in skiing accident in Fra...
12/29 Schumacher critical after ski fall
10/28 Putin: 'Gays welcome at Sochi Olympics'
10/28 Putin: 'Gays welcome at Sochi Olympics'
Skating
2013 2013
Skating
2011
07/06 S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics
07/06 S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics
Skating
2011 2011
Skating
2010
03/01 Medvedev rips Olympic 'fat cats'
02/28 Vancouver bids Olympics farewell
02/25 Korea's Kim skates to gold
02/22 Canada Wins Ice Dancing Gold
02/20 Ammann wins fourth ski jump gold
02/12 Luger killed in Olympics practice crash
03/01 Medvedev rips Olympic 'fat cats'
02/28 Vancouver bids Olympics farewell
02/25 Korea's Kim skates to gold
02/22 Canada Wins Ice Dancing Gold
02/21 Luger killed at Olympics laid to rest
02/20 Ammann wins fourth ski jump gold
02/12 Luger killed in Olympics practice crash
02/25 Korea's Kim skates to gold
02/22 Canada Wins Ice Dancing Gold
2008
03/13 Miller claims overall World Cup title
Olympics
2008 2008
Olympics
Skating
2008 2008
Skating
2007
07/04 Sochi gets 2014 Winter Olympics
03/18 Hosp is women's World Cup champion
07/04 Sochi gets 2014 Winter Olympics
Skating
2007 2007
Skating
2006
05/01 Former skiing star shot, killed
02/26 Spectacular ceremony closes Games
02/25 Greis collects third biathlon gold
02/23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold
02/20 Navka, Kostomarov seized ice dance gold
02/16 Plushenko storms to skating glory
02/16 Smigun clinches second gold medal
02/16 Russian biathlete tested positive
02/10 Torino Olympics open in spectacular style
02/26 Spectacular ceremony closes Games
02/25 Greis collects third biathlon gold
02/23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold
02/20 Navka, Kostomarov seized ice dance gold
02/16 Plushenko storms to skating glory
02/16 Smigun clinches second gold medal
02/16 Russian biathlete tested positive
02/10 Torino Olympics open in spectacular style
02/23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold
02/20 Navka, Kostomarov seized ice dance gold
02/16 Plushenko storms to skating glory
02/13 Pairs drama as Russians take gold
2003
07/02 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
07/02 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
Skating
2003 2003
Skating
2002
02/15 Correction gold medal; judge suspended
02/08 Winter Olympics opened
02/15 Correction gold medal; judge suspended
02/08 Winter Olympics opened
02/15 Correction gold medal; judge suspended

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02-26 PyeongChang Games end with spectacular closing ceremony Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, Pyeongchang, South Korea
C. 02-22 Alina Zagitova wins gold for OAR in women's single figure skating Pyeongchang, South Korea
D. 02-19 Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time Pyeongchang, South Korea
E. 02-18 Krushelnitsky named as Russian suspected of failed doping test Pyeongchang, South Korea
5. 02-17 Bjoergen matches all-time medal record with relay gold for Norway Pyeongchang, South Korea
G. 02-16 Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win Pyeongchang, South Korea
H. 02-16 Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal Pyeongchang, South Korea
8. 02-14 Shaun White lands historic third gold Pyeongchang, South Korea

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February 2018 ... more > Top ^
Feb.26   South Korea
  The Games ended with a softening of relations between the two Korean countries, who competed under a united flag
Feb.22   South Korea 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   South Korea Canada's Virtue & Moir ice dance champions for second time   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   South Korea 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   South Korea 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   South Korea Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win   South Korea Yuzuru Hanyu Wins Figure Skating Gold Medal   Hanyu becoming the first menís repeat champion since Dick Button of the United States in 1948 and 1952 Feb.14   South Korea Shaun White lands historic third gold   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   South Korea 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   South Korea High winds wreak havoc as Canada breezes to double gold Feb.11   South Korea Red Gerard wins United States' first gold in Pyeongchang   Gerard snatched a dramatic victory in the men's slopestyle to win the United States' first gold of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Feb.9   South Korea 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'


January 2018 ... more > Top ^
Jan.20   North Korea North Korea will send 22 athletes to Pyeongchang


year 2017 Top ^

Feb.8   Switzerland Erik Guay becomes skiing's oldest world champion


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.19   Chile Extreme skier dies from injuries in Chile avalanche
May.12  New York  Secret Russian program helped Olympic medalists cheat drug tests Mar.27  Southern France  Skier falls from lift in French Pyrenees Mar.16  Switzerland  Peter Fill wins downhill shootout in St. Moritz Mar.12  Alaska  Snowmobile 'driven into dog-sleds' in Iditarod race Feb.27  Southern France  Lindsey Vonn suffers hairline knee fracture in crash Feb.6  Western Canada  After-hours visit to Calgary bobsled track leads to 2 deaths Jan.23  Northern Italy  Lindsey Vonn breaks record with 37th downhill win

year 2015 Top ^

Jul.31   Beijing Beijing chosen to stage Winter Games  Beijing is set to become the first city to have hosted both the Summer and Winter Olympics after it was chosen to stage the 2022 Winter Game... Jan.31  Switzerland  4 dead after avalanche hits group of skiers Jan.18  Northern Italy  Vonn equals World Cup record Jan.5   Austria 2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.7  Western Canada  Skiing: Vonn leads U.S. clean sweep Mar.8  Sochi  Ukraine beat Russia to biathlon gold Mar.7   Sochi Winter Paralympics open in Sochi
Feb.23   Sochi Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture  The ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Sunday night took viewers through what organizers called an artistic look at Russian culture   Sochi   Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold  Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored as Canada became the first team to retain the Olympic hockey title since the Soviet Un...  Sochi  Zubkov wins double bobsled gold for Russia  Sochi  Legkov leads Russian sweep of XC 50K Feb.22  Sochi  Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze   Sochi Russia's Wild wins second snowboard gold Feb.20   Sochi Sotnikova makes history for Russia Feb.19   Sochi Bjoerndalen wins 13th Winter Olympic medal Feb.17   Sochi U.S. duo Davis and White skate to historic gold Feb.12   Sochi Russia's Volosozhar, Trankov win pairs gold   Sochi Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze share women's downhill gold title Feb.9   Sochi Russia claimed their first gold medal of Sochi 2014 Feb.8   Sochi Sochi's 1st gold: Kotsenburg of US wins slopestyle Feb.7   Sochi Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony
Map of Fisht Stadium Russia
  Athletes from 87 nations paraded before 40,000 people in the Fisht Stadium before president Vladimir Putin declared the Games open
 The Olympic flame was lit by Russian former triple gold medallists Vladislav Tretiak and Irina Rodnina as fireworks illuminated the sky. At a cost of $50bn, the Games is the most expensive Olympics in history even though Olympic ring doesn't open at the ceremony
Feb.4   Sochi Putin arrives in Sochi ahead of Winter Olympics Jan.7   USA Lindsey Vonn: Injured Olympic champion out of Sochi 2014

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.29   Southern France Schumacher critical after ski fall
  Southern France   Schumacher injured in skiing accident in France Map of Meribel France
  Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher has suffered a head injury while skiing in Meribel, France
Oct.28   Sochi   Putin: 'Gays welcome at Sochi Olympics'  Russian President Vladimir Putin has insisted gay and lesbian athletes have nothing to fear at next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi

year 2011 Top ^

Jul.6   South Korea S. Korean to host 2018 Winter Olympics


year 2010 Top ^

Mar.1   Moscow Medvedev rips Olympic 'fat cats'
Feb.28   Vancouver Vancouver bids Olympics farewell Feb.25   Vancouver Korea's Kim skates to gold Feb.22   Vancouver Canada Wins Ice Dancing Gold Feb.21   Georgia Luger killed at Olympics laid to rest Feb.20   Vancouver Ammann wins fourth ski jump gold Feb.15   Georgia Luger 'had fears over Olympic track' Feb.13   Vancouver Luge resumes with safety changes Feb.12   Vancouver Luger killed in Olympics practice crash  Nodar Kumaritashvili, 21, a luge slider from Georgia was crashed during an Olympic training session hours before the opening ceremony

year 2008 Top ^

Mar.13  Northern Italy  Miller claims overall World Cup title

year 2007 Top ^

Jul.4   Guatemala Sochi gets 2014 Winter Olympics
  The result was a triumph for Putin, who put his international prestige on the line by coming to Guatemala to lobby IOC members Mar.18  Switzerland  Hosp is women's World Cup champion

year 2006 Top ^

May.1  Switzerland  Former skiing star shot, killed Feb.26   Turin Spectacular ceremony closes Games
Map of Torino Italy  The Torino Olympics have a closing ceremony in the form of a carnival celebration marking the finish of 17 days Feb.25  Italy  Greis collects third biathlon gold Feb.23  Northern Italy  Arakawa wins historic skating gold Feb.20  Italy  Navka, Kostomarov seized ice dance gold Feb.16  Italy  Plushenko storms to skating glory  Turin  Smigun clinches second gold medal  Italy  Russian biathlete tested positive Feb.13  Italy  Pairs drama as Russians take gold Feb.12  Italy  Deneriaz flies to downhill victory Feb.11  Turin  Germany's Greis claims first gold Feb.10   Turin Torino Olympics open in spectacular style
  The 20th Winter Olympics has got under way with an opening ceremony to showcase Italian culture


year 2005 Top ^

Jan.29  Italy  Golden Miller clinches title glory

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.2   Czech Republic 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea

year 2002 Top ^

Feb.24  Utah  Curtain falls on Winter Olympics Feb.21  Utah  Hughes edges Slutskaya, Kwan for gold Feb.15   Utah Correction gold medal; judge suspended
  Russians grumbled after Olympic officials awarded a second gold medal to Canadians in a disputed figure-skating event Feb.9  Utah  First gold of Winter Games Feb.8   Utah Winter Olympics opened
  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.29  Italy  Strobl leads another Austrian sweep