Mixed Doubles Curling in Pyeongchang: Round Robin Wrap-Up

With round robin play completed, the mixed double curling playoff field is set). After losing their first game of the tournament, Canadians John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes ran the table, finishing as the first seed with a 6-1 record. Switzerland qualified in section position at 5-2, though looked less impressive

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Women's Hockey in Pyeongchang: Days 1 and 2

Women's hockey preliminaries begun in the early hours of Saturday morning Eastern time with Group B play. Switzerland took an 8-0 victory over the unified Korean team, while a much closer game ended in a 2-1 victory for Sweden over Japan.

The best player on the Korean squad seemed to

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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

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The Best National Ice Hockey Teams in the World: Looking Ahead After Women's Worlds

The 2017 IIHF Women's World Championships will forever be remembered in tandem with the stand that the US Women's National Team took -- and won -- in demanding equal treatment from USA Hockey.

But beyond the headlines (which all but wrote themselves), there was a lot to learn about each

Nicole Haase

2017 IIHF Women's World Championships Notebook -- Day 6

United States 3, Canada 2 -- Gold Medal Game

After achieving a landmark victory off the ice just two days before the tournament started, the United States Women's National Team made history on the ice, winning their first ever Women's World Championship on home soil.

They did so in dramatic

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