Susan Dunklee’s Mass Start Silver Marks Team USA’s First Women’s Individual World Medal
After earning historic medals this week, Dunklee and Lowell Bailey look to earn Team USA's first Olympic medal.
Kelly Clark Wins, Shaun White Second At Halfpipe Snowboarding Olympic Test Event
Clark won her fourth straight Olympic test event.
Nathan Chen Beats Olympic Champion Hanyu For First Time, Wins Gold At Four Continents Debut
Chen set personal-best international scores.
Oksana Masters Wins First-Ever Biathlon World Title, Third Para Nordic Gold Of The Week
Masters has won three golds and a bronze in biathlon and cross-country skiing in one week.
Shuster Wins Sixth National Curling Title, Berth To Seventh Worlds; Sinclair Rink Wins First Women’s Crown
Nina Roth's team will represent the U.S. at the women's world championships.
Five For Friday
Five For Friday: Alpine Skiing
Will Mikaela Shiffrin become the first American woman to win three straight slalom world titles?
Five For Friday: Bobsled/Skeleton
Elana Meyers Taylor and Steven Holcomb both seek their second world titles in two-person events.
Red, White and Trending
Red, White & Trending: Feb. 10-16
The very best of Team USA’s Valentine’s Day offerings; Bode Miller’s new hybrid sport testing on Valentine’s Day in St. Moritz; lugers Matt Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman get vertical on PyeongChang’s track; skaters take you closer to PyeongChang, including Alex Shibutani’s most literal #RoadToPyeongChang; Grammys vibes for Team USA; workout vibes for the recently returned Steve Langton, whose biceps have ruined an otherwise loyal shirt; Meghan O'Leary makes the Power of One Day count in a TED Talk; Heather Bergsma shares her medal wares from PyeongChang; Steven Nyman is feeling better, but not great; Phil Dalhausser food shames beach volleyball partner Nick Lucena; Daron Rahlves’ kids can rip up a ski hill and much more.