When Adam Rippon steps on the ice in PyeongChang, he will be making history regardless of what the competition’s results are.
The countries have a long history of failing to follow through with rapprochement accords.
Chun says South Korea proposed the two Koreas conduct a joint march during the Game’s opening and closing ceremonies.
As the athletes prepare to travel across the globe, people across the country are patiently waiting for the opening ceremonies.
According to 3 time-Olympian, John Shuster, it allows for a unique fan experience that other sports don’t always provide.
About 28,500 American troops are stationed in South Korea to help deter potential aggression from the North.
Kelly Gunther is trying to make one last run at Olympic glory before she hangs up the skates and gets on with her life.
USA Hockey player from Westfield will play in her third Olympics!
The Kooreman brothers are Grand Rapids natives who are associated with U.S. Speedskating.
Ice dancer Madison Hubbell’s mom makes her uniforms. We sit down at the sewing machine with her in Ohio.
The International Olympic Committee says Russian athletes will be able to compete at the upcoming Pyeongchang Olympics as neutrals.
Meet an Olympics super fan who lives in Dallas. He’s been to 11 Olympic games — summer and winter – and PyeongChang will be #12.
U.S. women’s hockey team avoided boycott in March over equal pay.
Figure skater Tim Dolensky is aiming for the #3 spot on the Olympic team. He’s from Georgia, but trains in Dallas.
Dominic Marki is a curler for the Swiss team living and training in Arkansas. We spend a day with him on the ice and in his shop.
The U.S. men’s hockey team will have no NHL players for the first time since 1994. How will that affect the Games and turnout?
Lowell Bailey was the first athlete to qualify to represent Team USA in PyeongChang.
Former pro hockey player & Olympian Eric LeMarque lost both his legs after being stranded in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Elliana Pogrebinsky and Alex Benoit are a championship ice dance team and have a good chance of making the Olympic team.
How do you pronounce your last name? Boot-e-aye What’s your family like? Son Braam (born 6/4/12). It’s hard separating from my kids and now …