5 Things: Shaun White Is Golden Once More, Young Stars Shine In SnowboardingThe "Flyin' Tomato" earned his 3rd Olympic gold medal in half-pipe and a pair of teenagers brought the US gold in snowboarding.
White Apologizes For Comments On Sexual Misconduct LawsuitShaun White has apologized after dismissing the sexual misconduct allegations made against him in a 2016 lawsuit as "gossip" shortly after winning his third Olympic gold medal in the men's halfpipe on Wednesday.
Rising Stars: Troy TerryThe University of Denver stand out looks to help Team USA in their quest for gold.
Colorado Native Hopes To Lead Team USA To Olympic GoldHighlands Ranch native and University of Denver Pioneer hockey player Troy Terry is hoping to lead Team USA to a gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
Rising Stars: Chloe KimThe 17-year-old Las Palmas, CA native looks like the next big thing in women's snowboarding.
Norwegian Olympic Team Sent 15,000 Eggs After Google Translate ErrorThe chefs, who are catering for 109 Norwegian athletes at the Pyeongchang games, reportedly placed an order using Google Translate for 1,500 eggs to be delivered to their kitchen in South Korea.
Female Olympians Pledge To Donate Brains For Concussion ResearchU.S. bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor, U.S. hockey player Angela Ruggiero, and six-time Olympian Hayley Wickenheiser of Canada have all pledged to give their brains to the Concussion Legacy Foundation.
Rising Stars: Maame BineyThe 17-year-old Ghanaian born speed skater became a viral sensation after her performance at December's trials. She'll look to do the same in Pyeongchang.
Lindsey Vonn Eyes Some Unfinished Business At 2018 Olympics"I don't really think about peaking, so much as staying healthy. As long as I'm healthy and confident, then I'll be in a great position when I get to Pyeongchang," Vonn said.