Olympics

Big air snowboarding looks to thrill in Olympics debut
Big air snowboarding makes its Olympic debut in Pyeongchang, South Korea bringing tricks, thrills and danger to the slopes. The newest Olympic sport should prove to be a crowd-pleaser straight away. [...]
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Mixed doubles curling is the future of the Olympics
At first glance it may seem like a bit of a novelty act. But if you look carefully, you'll see in mixed doubles curling another sign that the Olympics are determined to place men and women on more equ [...]
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U.S. figure skating execs warn against American boycott of Olympics
Two executives for U.S. Figure Skating warned against any potential American boycott of the Olympics in Pyeongchang. [...]
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Kidsplaining the Winter Olympics: Alpine Skiing
See what happens when these clever kids sit down with some of Canada's best alpine skiers to talk about the sport. [...]
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Canada to gain luge bronze from Sochi Olympics due to Russian doping
Canada's luge relay team doesn't want the 2014 Olympic bronze medal heading their way to impact final preparations for the 2018 Winter Games. [...]
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New events for the 2018 Olympics
The Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 will feature four new events: big air snowboard, mixed doubles curling, mass start speed skating and parallel mixed team alpine skiing. [...]
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Road to the Olympics Games kicks off Saturday with figure skating Grand Prix
With the 2018 Games quickly approaching, Canadians can tune in to watch the nation's top athletes gear up for the PyeongChang Olympics when the third season of CBC Sports' Road to the Olympic Games ki [...]
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Debilitating grief grips biathlete Rosanna Crawford as Olympics loom
For Canadian biathlon athlete Rosanna Crawford, dealing with the death of her brother Jordan has added another layer of uncertainty and fleeting hope as she targets her third Olympic appearance at the [...]
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Alysia Rissling hopes Heather Moyse can push her into the Olympics
It's still too early to measure Heather Moyse's impact since officially returning to bobsleigh. But her new pilot, Alysia Rissling, is grateful to have the two-time Olympic gold medallist in her sled [...]
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In minds of Virtue and Moir, Olympics have already begun
Scott Moir used to be able to blend in during wing night at your typical Ilderton, Ont., establishment. But when the three-time world ice dance champion was back in his hometown a couple of weeks ago, [...]
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Remember Torino? Relive Brad Gushue's historic Olympics
Brad Gushue and the "b'ys" are back in St. John's for the Brier this week. Regardless of how his rink does, Gushue can still lay claim to being a part of Canada's first men's Olympic curling gold. [...]
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