The Winter Olympics technically began yesterday, on February 7 with training runs for ski jumping, luge, and biathlon. Today, more training sessions follow, and round robin sessions begin for mixed doubles curling (a two-person curling event with one man and one woman per team, which is making its Olympic debut
Harbin (哈尔滨) is the most populous city in Northeast China. It's the coldest major Chinese city, and is known for its Ice and Snow Festival. Nearly every native player in the Chinese women's ice hockey national team development program comes from Harbin or Qiqihar (齐齐哈尔), which is about 300 kilometers
As expected, the U.S. Women's National Team swept the two-game exhibition series against Team NWHL. Though the Olympic team won both games, the talented NWHL squad put up a good fight -- and managed to score twice.
The first game of the exhibition series
This is Part 2 of an informal series we are doing this summer about officials in women's ice hockey. Part 1, on how the pro leagues are expanding opportunities for officials, is here.
Krissy Morrison wants to officiate in the Olympics. In order to reach that goal, she has to
In an Olympic cycle that has seen women rise to historic highs with the likes of Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky, let’s turn our attention to the single mixed-gender Olympic sport: equestrianism.
Much has been made about the social implications of gender integration in the sport, but there is