2018 Winter Olympics

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Baz Luhrmann on why Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are ’truly romantic’

Virtue and Moir were hardly the only Olympic skaters to dance to ’Moulin Rouge’ songs. Here’s why they stood out to the man behind the film
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How social media impacts athletes at the Olympics

Athletes use social media to control their own narrative, but it can also be a gateway for negative feedback
Kaillie Humphries

Pyeongchang 2018: These best friends are also the top bobsled rivals

Canadian Kaillie Humphries won gold in Vancouver and Sochi. Now, the woman standing between her and an Olympic threepeat is her American training partner
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The North Korean figure skaters have a Canadian connection

Ryom Tae Ok and Kim Ju Sik spent last summer in Montreal training with Team Canada coach Bruno Marcotte
speed skaters, two of them falling down

Pyeongchang 2018: How Olympic athletes deal with failure

Athletes train for years to compete at the Olympic Games, but there can be only one winner. Sports psychologists are studying how they can bounce back
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Pyeongchang 2018: Will Team Canada beat its medal record?

Canada is off to a fast start in the medal standings at the Winter Games in South Korea. But can it match its high-water mark from Vancouver?

Pyeonchang 2018: These are Canada’s medallists

On the slopes and on the ice, Canadians were quick out of the gate in Pyeongchang. Track all the winners here.
Canadian Olympic snowboarder Spencer O’Brien

Canadian Olympic snowboarder Spencer O’Brien has some new tricks

Snowboarder Spencer O’Brien talks about big tricks and big air, her awesomely named father, and Team Canada’s many medal threats in Pyeongchang

Q&A: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir on their careers and chemistry

Olympic flag-bearers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir talk about putting down their beers, returning to competition, and Canada’s chances in Pyeongchang