After Year One In The CWHL, China Takes On The World

Ask anyone around the Chinese national women's program, and they will tell you that the structure put in place this past season -- with teams in the CWHL and the Eastern Women's Hockey Conference -- is part of a five-year plan, and that it is going to take all five

Kirsten Whelan

Women's Curling in Pyeongchang: After Five Games

The women's curling event at the Olympics is worth following for new and old fans alike. For those who have watched curling for years, names like Homan, Muirhead, and Hasselborg need no introduction and the team game is as familiar as shouts of "hard!" But for curling fans

Andrew

Mixed Doubles Curling in Pyeongchang: Round Robin Recap, Days 1 and 2

After four round robin draws, the mixed doubles curling field is evenly divided between playoff contenders (Canada, Norway, Olympic Athletes from Russia, and Switzerland) and those in danger of being eliminated (South Korea, China, USA, and Finland). (Check out the full results here.)

Canada and Norway opened the competition with

Andrew

China's Medal Quest

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

Zoë Hayden