1. Ivanka Trump Arrives in South Korea for Games and Diplomacy Foreign, Today

    The president’s daughter will meet with South Korea’s leader and attend the Olympic closing ceremony, where a North Korean delegation will also be present.

  2. When Skating Fans Toss Bears and Bouquets, the ‘Flower Kids’ Clean Up Sports, Yesterday

    School-age skaters in charge of clearing the ice are stealing the show at the Olympic figure skating arena.

  3. U.S. Curling Team, Once Called ‘Rejects,’ Beats Canada to Advance to Final Sports, Yesterday

    The United States had never beaten Canada in Olympic competition. Now it has done it twice in four days.

  4. Whenever a Russian Athlete Wins Gold You’ll Hear a Golden Oldie Sports, Yesterday

    Russian winners at these Games will hear the unfamiliar Olympic hymn, from 1896, on the medal stand, rather than their national anthem, a penalty for the country’s doping scandal.

  5. What If Dorothy Hamill, Tara Lipinski and Yuna Kim Competed in These Olympics? Interactive, Yesterday

    We scored previous Olympic figure skating champions using the current judging system. See how they compared with the new women’s gold medalist, Alina Zagitova.

  6. Winter Olympics 2018 Results: Alina Zagitova Wins Figure Skating Gold Sports, Yesterday

    The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  7. Enough. Give Russia Its Flag Back, Then Make Real Changes. Sports, Yesterday

    The debate over whether Russia gets its flag for the closing ceremony is delaying talk about a more substantive issue: Russian athletes are still doping.

  8. NBC’s Olympic Nerve Center Is in ... Connecticut Sports, February 21

    In a building that once housed a Clairol factory, hundreds of NBC staff members are working through the night to manage the video content pouring in from Pyeongchang.

  9. Can the Games Be Green? Climate, February 21

    What will Pyeongchang’s environmental legacy be? Also: A Trump adviser who resigned last week says the Paris agreement is worth protecting.

  10. How to Manage Stress Like an Olympic Biathlete Sports, February 21

    The pressure of an intense physical race combined with methodical target shooting gives biathletes a unique perspective on coping with stress.

  11. An Olympic Figure Skater Who Also Made History for The Times Insider, February 21

    Maribel Vinson, a three-time Olympian and renowned coach, had another distinction that is almost forgotten: She was the first female sportswriter at The New York Times.

  12. Go Kazakhstan! Go Japan! It Doesn’t Matter to Flag-Waving Skating Fans. Sports, Yesterday

    Many Olympic spectators, particularly those from Japan and South Korea, have been waving the national flags of other competitors at figure skating events.

  13. No Podium Sweep, but David Wise Repeats as Freestyle Ski Halfpipe Champion Sports, Yesterday

    The American, who won gold when the sport debuted at the 2014 Games, was joined on the podium by his countryman Alex Ferreira. Nico Porteous of New Zealand took bronze.

  14. Russian Curler Drops Doping Appeal Ahead of Decision on Closing Ceremony Sports, Yesterday

    Alexander Krushelnytsky has withdrawn his appeal against a positive doping test, a move that came after an aide to Russia’s president met with the I.O.C. head.

  15. Anna Gasser of Austria Wins Gold in Women’s Big Air Interactive, Yesterday

    The Austrian knew she’d won at least a silver medal. To win gold, she’d have to nail her hardest trick.

  16. A Tune Heard Often at These Olympics Gets to the Heart of Being Korean Sports, Yesterday

    “Arirang,” a Korean folk song with countless regional variations, is beloved by people in the North and the South, and it reminds them of the ways they are the same.

  17. U.S. Women Break Canada’s Grip on Hockey Gold Sports, February 21

    Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scored the winning goal in a shootout to give the United States a 3-2 victory against Canada, the four-time defending Olympic champion.

  18. Former Spymaster to Lead North Korea’s Olympic Ceremony Delegation Foreign, Yesterday

    Kim Yong-chol, a high-ranking North Korean official accused of overseeing deadly attacks on the South, will visit South Korea to discuss the possibility of future talks.

  19. Embracing Fashion, Saggers to Sequins, at the Winter Games Styles, February 21

    This time around, the theatricality and flamboyance that were once frowned upon or ridiculed have been embraced.

  20. Desperately Seeking Skiers for a Budding Olympic Sport Sports, February 21

    The International Olympic Committee is pushing for the development of female athletes in the sport of Nordic combined. At the first U.S. championships last year, there were two competitors.

  21. An Olympic Challenge: Eat All the Korean Food That Visitors Won’t Sports, February 21

    “It’s peak snow crab season right now,” the noted chef David Chang said. “I don’t know if people understand.” Our correspondent knew that, and much more.

  22. Mother Russia Crashes the Oscars Culture, February 21

    The Oscar-nominated filmmakers behind “Last Men in Aleppo” and “Icarus” are grappling with a very real vexation: fear of Russian meddling.

  23. U.S. Ends Cross-Country Drought With Gold Medal Sports, February 21

    Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins won gold in the women’s team sprint freestyle, the first U.S. medal in cross country since 1976.

  24. See the Jumps and Turns That Kept Lindsey Vonn From Downhill Gold Interactive, February 21

    Vonn, in what was most likely her last Olympic downhill, lost fractions of a second on her run to finish behind Sofia Goggia of Italy and the surprise silver medalist, Ragnhild Mowinckel of Norway.

  25. Has Evgenia Medvedeva Missed Her Moment, Even Before It Arrives? Sports, February 21

    Last fall, Medvedeva, 18, was a consensus pick to win the women’s figure skating competition at the Winter Games. Now she trails a younger Russian teammate.

  26. Why Mikaela Shiffrin Brought 35 Pairs of Skis to the Olympics Sports, February 21

    She usually takes 70 pairs to competitions, ready for every kind of race, weather and snow, but she scaled down for the Pyeongchang Games.

  27. The One Sport That Made Replay as Exhilarating as the Sport Itself Sports, February 21

    By luck or design, short-track speedskating has created double doses of suspense with its use of replay review. There’s the finish, then the review.

  28. U.S. Skaters Stumble Again. Is Their System Broken? Sports, February 21

    The American women, without a medal since 2006, produced their worst performance in Olympic short program. “Sometimes life and puberty get in the way.”

  29. French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet Culture, February 20

    A dance critic’s take: They didn’t win the gold, but no team matched the artistry of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron.

  30. North Korea Dropped Out of Meeting With Pence at Last Minute, U.S. Says Washington, February 20

    Vice President Mike Pence had planned to secretly meet with North Korean officials at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the State Department said.

  31. The Daredevils Above, Their Parents Below: Welcome to Big Air Snowboarding Sports, February 20

    Big air is a new event at the Olympics, and the mothers and fathers of the competitors probably deserve medals just for watching.

  32. Lindsey Vonn Settles for Bronze in Downhill; Sofia Goggia Takes Gold Sports, February 20

    Vonn, the 2010 gold medalist in downhill, had a solid, but not spectacular, run. “I wish this wasn’t my last Olympics but it is.”

  33. For Canadian Curlers, the Only Feat More Daunting Than Winning Gold Is Qualifying Sports, February 21

    Olympic competition is nothing compared with the meat grinder of the Canadian trials. Just ask Brad Gushue. Gently.

  34. Elizabeth Swaney, Viral Olympic Skier, Says She Put Her Whole Heart Into Her Halfpipe Sports, February 20

    “I don’t think I’ve ever been satisfied with my halfpipe runs, and I don’t think a lot of skiers are,” she said, after her Olympic halfpipe run drew attention.

  35. Garlic Girls Take Over the Olympics, and Their Hometown Is Loving It Sports, February 20

    How to explain the sudden dominance of the bespectacled South Korean women’s curling team? “It’s definitely the power of the garlic.”

  36. Winter Olympics 2018: Medals Table, Results and Schedule Sports, February 20

    The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  37. Russia Confirms Curler’s Doping Positive but Raises Doubts About Drug’s Source Sports, February 20

    Russian officials said the level of meldonium in Alexander Krushelnytsky’s system suggested he took the drug just once, something that would be “absolutely useless and ineffective.”

  38. Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir: Armed With 21 Suitcases and Olympic Insight Video, February 20

    Twenty years after Tara Lipinski's gold medal, Ms. Lipinski and her analyst partner, Johnny Weir, look back at their figure skating careers and how they continued to find success off the ice.

  39. Short-Track Speedskaters Are Lopsided Sports, February 20

    They spend hours torqued to the left as they speed around a tight oval. As a result, their bodies are asymmetrical, with much of their right sides bulkier.

  40. British Speedskater Finishes on Her Feet but Goes Home Empty-Handed Again Sports, February 20

    Elise Christie heads home from a second straight Olympics in a blur of crashes and disqualifications.

  41. Winter Olympics 2018: Medals Table, Results and Schedule Sports, February 20

    The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  42. Figure Skating Warm-Ups Can Cement Confidence. They Can Also Cause Chaos. Sports, February 20

    The six-minute group warm-ups during figure skating events unfold like multiple one-act plays on the same stage. A lot can unravel: costumes, hairdos and rivals.

  43. Unified Korean Hockey Team Finishes Winless. So Why All the Cheering? Sports, February 20

    Shouldering a heavy political weight, the team lost its final game, but the outcome was beside the point for many optimistic spectators.

  44. Russian Fans at the Olympics Are Loud, Proud and Angry Sports, February 20

    With many of their best barred from these Games because of doping, Russian athletes have yet to win a gold medal. Their supporters say the fault lies elsewhere.

  45. How Mirai Nagasu Grew Up and Got Back to the Olympics Sports, February 20

    Mirai Nagasu was devastated when she was passed over for the 2014 Sochi Games. She nearly quit the sport, but then decided to write a new ending to her story.

  46. Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Are Ice Dancing’s King and Queen Sports, February 20

    The Canadians modernized ice dancing and skated their way into the history books Tuesday at the Winter Games.

  47. For Snowboarders, the Music Matters as Much as the Gear Sports, February 20

    While many athletes listen to music to pump themselves up before an event, snowboarders often listen to music to boost their mood during competition.

  48. At the Bobsled Track, Women Push for Equality Sports, February 20

    The men get two bobsled races, a two-man and four-man event. So why do women only compete in the two-man sleds?

  49. Tara Lipinski: It’s Time to Take Risks in the Rink Again Op Ed, February 19

    America’s female figure skaters came up under a system that rewarded clean skating over innovation. But that doesn’t produce champions.

  50. At the Bobsled Track, Women Push for Equality Sports, February 20

    The men get two bobsled races, a two-man and four-man event. So why do women only compete in the two-man sleds?

  51. German Olympians Drink a Lot of (Nonalcoholic) Beer, and Win a Lot of Gold Medals Sports, February 19

    The brewery Krombacher has supplied about 1,000 gallons of nonalcoholic beer to the athletes’ village. It’s commonly consumed as a sports drink in Germany.

  52. Shiffrin Pulls Out of Downhill, Leaving Only One Chance to Face Vonn Sports, February 19

    A rare showdown between the stars of the U.S. ski team will have to wait for the Alpine combined after Mikaela Shiffrin changed her mind about entering the downhill.

  53. The 22nd-Largest Team at the Olympics: Zamboni Drivers Sports, February 19

    Recruited primarily from Canada and the United States, they take a particular pride in making sure the ice is just right. The Olympics “are not a place to train people.”

  54. In Ice Dancing, the Electric Tops the Ethereal Sports, February 19

    Behind an athletic and expressive performance, Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir edged the seamless movements of France’s Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron to earn gold.

  55. The Fall Games Sports, February 19

    New York Times photographers capture the exact moment when Olympians’ hopes crash.

  56. Two More Invitations to the U.S.-Canada Party Sports, February 19

    On the day the United States and Canada cruised into yet another Olympics final, international ice hockey officials announced they would expand the women’s field in 2022.

  57. What Is Big Air? It’s the Olympics’ Newest Snowboard Event Sports, February 19

    The name is accurate. Everything about the event is big. And the dizzying heights achieved by the snowboarders more than justifies the “air.”

  58. Olympic Curling Rocked by Russian Doping Case Sports, February 19

    A Russian may lose his bronze medal after failing a doping test in a sport not accustomed to such high-profile cases, but one that is physically demanding.

  59. After Fighting for His Life, a Freestyle Skier Is Ready for Some Luck Sports, February 19

    Torin Yater-Wallace, a 22-year-old from Colorado, has spent much of the last few years recovering from a devastating run of injuries and other health woes.

  60. Scott Hamilton Was Demoted as an Olympic Broadcaster. Don’t Feel Sorry for Him. Sports, February 18

    Hamilton is taking a back seat to the new guard of figure skating analysts, but his competitive career and battles with cancer have taught him plenty about getting up after a fall.

  61. Russian Athlete Leaves for Seoul After Failed Doping Test Sports, February 18

    A Russian curler who won a bronze medal in Pyeongchang but failed a preliminary doping test has traveled to the South Korean capital to await the results of a second test.

  62. Ski Ace Ted Ligety Bows Out of Olympics. Will It Be for Good? Sports, February 18

    Although he changed the sport, he finished 15th in the giant slalom on Sunday, well behind the gold medal winner, Marcel Hirscher of Austria.

  63. Olympic Curlers Are Buff Now, and Have the Calendars to Prove It Sports, February 18

    A (sculpted) arms race has erupted as athletes in the ice sport with the brooms seek any competitive advantage. Oh, and there is a Men of Curling calendar now.

  64. Gus Kenworthy Wins Without Making the Podium Sports, February 18

    At Sochi, he won silver in slopestyle skiing but hid his sexuality. At Pyeongchang, without a medal but out of the closet, he says, “It’s all good.”

  65. Far From the Games, a Canadian Skater Says Russia Cost Him a Spot Sports, February 18

    How doping in Russia and a protracted investigative process helped deny William Dutton a ticket to the Olympics.

  66. Winter Olympics 2018: Medals Table, Results and Schedule Sports, February 18

    The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  67. Tyler George’s Curling Shoes Are So Bad We Bought Him New Ones Sports, February 18

    After we wrote about his ragged curling shoes last week, Tyler George took us up on our offer to take him shopping for some new Olympic kicks.

  68. Giant Slalom: Marcel Hirscher Easily Wins 2nd Olympic Gold Medal Sports, February 17

    Marcel Hirscher of Austria solidified his claim to being the world’s best skier, easily picking up his second gold medal of the Games in the men’s giant slalom.

  69. The Quietest Place at the Olympics Sports, February 17

    At the top of the ski jump tower — one of the highest elevations at these Winter Games — there is an eerie silence.

  70. Nathan Chen Makes a Comeback With an Unprecedented 6 Quads Interactive, February 17

    Though he didn’t medal, Chen won the long program in the men’s Olympic figure skating event.

  71. Nathan Chen Gets a Different Kind of Reward Sports, February 17

    With nothing to lose but pride, the 18-year-old took some risks, and they finally paid off.

  72. Ilya Kovalchuk Scores Twice as Russians Outclass U.S., 4-0 Sports, February 17

    The Russians outplayed the Americans in the final game of pool play for both teams. The United States moves to the qualification round, the Russians to the quarterfinals.

  73. Why the Pyeongchang Games Are Different From All the Others Sports, February 17

    South Korea has imprinted its iridescent style on the Olympics, making it a feast for the senses, with bold food, bright colors and brash graphics.

  74. For Their Olympic Wardrobe, ‘We Wear Gold’ Video, February 17

    Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir, the former figure skaters who are now NBC broadcast partners, take us through their Olympic wardrobes.

  75. Bobsled Team Represents Nigeria Loosely, but Women Truly Sports, February 17

    The team’s three women were born in the United States, but they have attracted a following for their aim to inspire a generation of women to follow in their footsteps.

  76. What’s Inside Johnny Weir’s Hotel Room at the Olympics Sports, February 16

    Weir, the NBC figure skating announcer, brought 13 suitcases to South Korea (his broadcast partner, Tara Lipinski, brought nine). So many shoes. Oh, and the jackets!

  77. Figure Skating Live Results: Yuzuru Hanyu Aims for Repeat Gold Sports, February 16

    After a near-flawless short program routine, Hanyu is the leader going into the free skate program. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

  78. Snowboarder Ester Ledecka Shocks Lindsey Vonn and the Super-G Field Sports, February 16

    Ledecka, a converted snowboarder, came out of nowhere to win the gold medal. Vonn, making her first appearance at these Games, almost crashed on her run.

  79. Yuzuru Hanyu Writes Another Chapter in Figure Skating Legend Sports, February 16

    Hanyu, of Japan, was good enough in the free skate to repeat as Olympic champion. The American Nathan Chen made up for a disastrous short program to finish fifth.

  80. We Tracked the Battle of the Quads in the Men’s Figure Skating Final Interactive, February 16

    Sixteen of the 24 skaters attempted at least one quadruple jump in the event on Saturday.

  81. Open Thread: This Week in Style News T Style, February 16

    Leslie Jones on the Olympics, 48 hours with Prabal Gurung — and more.

  82. Canadian Olympic Success, a #MeToo Event and Saskatoon: The Canada Letter Foreign, February 16

    In this week’s Canada Letter a reporter at the Olympics takes questions about the country’s performance so far and we highlight a new landmark on the prairies.

  83. Seeing Bounty Abroad, Will North Koreans Change Their Homeland? Foreign, February 16

    At the Olympics, curious onlookers scrutinize visitors from the isolated North and wonder what a peek at a broader world could achieve.

  84. Three Jumps That Undid Nathan Chen’s Hope for Olympic Gold Interactive, February 16

    His point deficit is so large that he has practically no chance to make the podium.

  85. The Secret Behind Adam Rippon’s Olympic Abs Sports, February 16

    The figure skater, who used to struggle with unhealthy eating, has a passionate social media following that includes frequent comments on his chiseled physique. Here is a look at his workout regimen.

  86. Stefan Kraft Has No Fear of Flying Sports, February 16

    The Austrian champion, a favorite in the large hill competition, once soared 253.5 meters in the air. Think about that.

  87. People Call Lindsey Vonn the World’s Greatest Skier. Does She Need the Olympics? Sports, February 16

    A history of victory and injuries has given Vonn the happiest and saddest moments in her career. She is favored to win medals in South Korea, if she stays healthy.

  88. I.O.C Orders One of Its Members to Leave Games After Altercation With Guard Sports, February 16

    Adam Pengilly, who has been highly critical of the I.O.C. for its handling of Russia, was punished quickly while other ethics cases languish.

  89. Headfirst With a Helmet, and Headlong Without Society, February 16

    The bride, who is working toward the 2022 Olympics, is used to going full speed into anything she does — including love.

  90. Two Swiss Athletes Are First at Olympics Confirmed With Norovirus Foreign, February 16

    The Swiss Olympic delegation, which did not identify the athletes or their sport, said they were sequestered and no longer had symptoms.

  91. Ryan Donato Goes From Harvard to Olympic Hockey Stardom Sports, February 16

    The junior forward scored both goals for the United States in a 2-1 win against Slovakia. His reward? The Russians.

  92. No, Mikaela Shiffrin Can’t Win Them All Sports, February 15

    Shiffrin, who said she felt oddly adrift during her first run, finished fourth in the slalom, her best event.

  93. Yuzuru Hanyu Commands the Stage. Nathan Chen Falls Off It. Sports, February 15

    Hanyu, the defending Olympic champion, gave an elegant, unhurried performance to take the lead after the men’s figure skating short program.

  94. Lindsey Jacobellis Again Misses Gold in Snowboard Cross Sports, February 16

    Lindsey Jacobellis had gold in reach at the 2006 Winter Games but a last-minute error snatched it away. On Friday in Pyeongchang, she came in fourth.

  95. Most North Koreans Can’t Actually Watch the Olympic Games Foreign, February 15

    The government isn’t eager to remind them that South Korea is prosperous enough to be able to host the games.

  96. The Ski Team That Sleeps Together Wins a Lot of Gold Medals Together Sports, February 15

    Norway’s skiers say their team’s ability to punch above its weight on the mountain is directly related to its team harmony. Sometimes they share beds.

  97. Your Designs: Olympic Logos for Russia and the Two Koreas Sports, February 15

    What should the Olympic Athlete From Russia logo look like? How about the Korean Unification Flag? We asked readers for their design proposals.

  98. Olympic Organizers Say Tickets Are Sold, but Where Are the People? Sports, February 15

    Organizers with Pyeongchang 2018 say tickets sales are brisk and close to being sold out. Swaths of empty seats at some venues tell a different story.

  99. Winter Olympics 2018: Medals Table, Results and Schedule Sports, February 15

    The Winter Games are underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  100. Unlikely Skeleton Duo Share an Obscure Sport and a Crazy Dream Sports, February 15

    What are the actor representing Jamaica and the vacuum salesman representing Ghana doing at the Winter Games? Testing their limits, like everyone else.

  101. A Times Photographer’s Journey Home to the Winter Olympics Photo, February 15

    Chang Lee, a staff photographer for The New York Times, recounts how he covers the drama, the spectacle and a unified Korean team at the Winter Olympics.

  102. The Most Dominant Force at the Olympics? Wind Sports, February 15

    Strong gusts wreaked havoc over the first several days of the Games, postponing events and clearing out entire areas deemed unsafe.

  103. Why Nathan Chen Shuns Sequins Sports, February 15

    Going into the Olympics, Chen looked like the United States’ best shot at a gold medal in figure skating. His long program is built on the story of a Chinese defector.

  104. Shaun White Now Says He Regrets Past Behavior, as Harassment Claims Resurface Sports, February 14

    As questions overshadowed his gold medal victory, the Olympian said, “I regret my behavior of many years ago.”

  105. Mikaela Shiffrin’s Gold Rush Begins With a Bang Sports, February 14

    After several weather delays, Shiffrin finally began her quest for multiple Olympic gold medals with an emphatic victory in the giant slalom.

  106. Germans Unexpectedly Win Olympic Pairs Figure Skating Sports, February 15

    They rebounded from an early fourth-place showing to move past China (silver) and Canada (bronze).

  107. Beyoncé Songs Come to the Olympics. But Who Pays for the Rights? Sports, February 14

    Songs with lyrics are permitted at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang for the first time. And because the Games are considered a “live event,” no special permission is required.

  108. How to Fix Olympic Ice Hockey Op Ed, February 14

    The N.H.L. must be forced or pressured to let its players compete.

  109. That Time I Broke My Nose Trying to Do a Triple Twist Interactive, February 14

    One of the most acrobatic moves you’ll see in pairs figure skating is the triple twist lift.

  110. This Is Not a Drill: Another ‘Emergency’ Alert Is On Its Way Sports, February 14

    Regular bleating from the phones has announced mostly benign alerts, entirely in Korean, mystifying visitors and athletes at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

  111. What Is Skeleton? It’s Like the Luge — but Headfirst Sports, February 14

    The unusual name may have arisen because the early sleds reminded some of skeletons, or from a corruption of a Norwegian word for sled, ‘kjaelke.’

  112. Goals on the Ice and Politics in the Air as Japan Beats Unified Korean Team Sports, February 14

    In what has been an Olympics rife with geopolitical undertones, the hockey game between Japan and Korea was the most political of all.

  113. Shaun White’s Bumpy Ride Back to the Top Sports, February 14

    After a disappointing fourth place in the halfpipe at the 2014 Games, the world’s best snowboarder had to “put it down” for another Olympic gold medal.

  114. The Haunting of Lindsey Jacobellis Sports, February 14

    In an attempt to finally overcome her famous Olympic blunder, the American snowboarder has teamed with a “performance architect” who wants her to embrace the negative memories.

  115. With the Pyeongchang Olympics Underway, 3 Books on the Games Book Review, February 14

    These books delve into the history of the sporting event and the characters (and controversies) involved.

  116. Mikaela Shiffrin’s Quest Gets More Difficult With Another Delay Sports, February 14

    The postponement of Wednesday’s slalom further compresses an already packed schedule, making the hunt for multiple golds a grueling test.

  117. Shaun White, Amid Bolder Tricks, Keeps Up and Wins Another Olympic Gold Sports, February 13

    Pushing the envelope is part of the DNA of athletes like White and Ayumu Hirano, who earned silver. But that pursuit can lead to devastating injuries, as many snowboarders have learned firsthand.

  118. Winter Olympics 2018 Medals: Aksel Svindal Wins Men’s Downhill Sports, February 13

    The Winter Games are underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  119. Is North Korea Causing Trouble or Giving Peace a Chance? Editorial, February 13

    The question shouldn’t keep the two sides from meeting to resolve a nuclear standoff.

  120. How Many People Are Watching the Olympics? NBC Uses a Tricky Head Count Sports, February 13

    “Everybody in the digital video industry is pretty much in agreement that 30 to 40 percent of the ad impressions that are delivered out there don’t really exist.”

  121. Leslie Jones’s Twitter Makes Her the De Facto Olympics Fashion Critic (Again) Styles, February 13

    In 2016, the “Saturday Night Live” comedian went viral (and then went to Rio) for being an Olympics superfan. Now, in 2018, she’s off to the races again.

  122. How Shaun White Won His Third Gold in Halfpipe Sports, February 13

    After missing out on a medal in 2014, White returned to the top spot on the medals podium.

  123. The Ivanka Trump of North Korea? Oh, Please Op Ed, February 13

    Don’t blur the difference between a rogue state and America.

  124. Olympic Curler’s Shoes Are Revolting, Other Olympians Say Sports, February 13

    Tyler George competes in shoes he has used for eight years. “They’re a mess,’’ says a teammate. Did we mention George might win gold?

  125. What Is Nordic Combined? Cross-Country Mixed With Jumps Sports, February 13

    Cross-country skiing requires endurance, while ski jumping rewards courage, aerodynamic form and a slight body. Why not combine them?

  126. For North Korean Skaters, the Short Program Was Just the Beginning Sports, February 13

    “We could really feel the power and energy of the Korean people,” the North Korean skater Kim Ju-sik said after he and his partner, Ryom Tae-ok, had qualified to participate in Thursday’s long program.

  127. Mikaela Shiffrin Live Slalom Results: Looking for a Repeat Sports, February 13

    Shiffrin will be a big favorite to win the slalom, her best event, at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Stay here for live updates and analysis.

  128. Canada Finds Itself in an Unusual Role: A Hockey Underdog Sports, February 13

    Canada has won the past two Olympic men’s hockey tournaments, but with no N.H.L. stars available, the country’s depth of talent will be tested.

  129. Olympic Parents Share In the Glory and the Spotlight Sports, February 13

    They’re not hard to spot, often standing on the sidelines grinning from ear to ear.

  130. From Olympic Press Box, Chronicling the Changing Color of Hockey Sports, February 13

    William G. Douglas, who covers politics and blogs about diversity in hockey, will be on hand as Jordan Greenway makes his Olympic debut as the first African-American to play for the U.S. men’s team.

  131. U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Is Now Emphasizing Style. But What About Goals? Sports, February 13

    After losses to rival Canada at the past two Olympics, the team’s coach decided to think differently about how it plays.

  132. Adam Rippon on Quiet Starvation in Men’s Figure Skating Sports, February 13

    Among male skaters, body issues are more of an open secret, less likely to be addressed publicly by the competitors but evident to anyone in their world.

  133. Shani Davis Goes His Own Way, and Controversy Follows Sports, February 13

    The speedskater, admired by many as the first African-American to win a solo gold at a Winter Games, has kept quiet since denouncing the flag-bearer selection process.

  134. Marcel Hirscher of Austria Grabs Elusive Gold Medal Sports, February 13

    Hirscher, ski racing’s most dominant athlete since 2011, had never won an Olympic gold medal.

  135. How Chloe Kim Won Gold With a Nearly Perfect Score in Halfpipe Interactive, February 13

    Her gold-medal run included a trick that no other woman has landed in competition.

  136. Winter Olympics 2018 Results: Dutch Romp in Speed Skating Sports, February 12

    The Winter Games are underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

  137. Like Shaun White Before Her, Chloe Kim Dazzles on Way to Winning Halfpipe Gold Sports, February 12

    The 17-year-old Kim outsoared her rivals, and even tweeted between runs, setting the stage for her to become the face of snowboarding as White prepares to retire.

  138. A Night Out With North Korea’s Cheerleaders: Matching Snowsuits, Military Discipline and Chaperoned Bathroom Trips Sports, February 12

    They have garnered more attention than most athletes competing at the Winter Games. “Goodbye!” they called out to an empty arena before boarding buses back to their condos.

  139. Warm Welcome Home From Olympics for Kim Jong-un’s Sister Foreign, February 12

    The North Korean leader sent a military band and honor guard to greet Kim Yo-jong when she returned from her “charm offensive” in South Korea.

  140. Curling Mixed Doubles: Canada Easily Beats Switzerland for Gold Sports, February 13

    This is the first gold medal match in mixed doubles, which makes its debut at the Olympics this year. Stay here for live updates and results.

  141. For Korean Hockey Team, Japan Is Both Measuring Stick and Nemesis Sports, February 12

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  142. Claudia Pechstein Is a 45-Year-Old Olympian. So Why Is It So Tough to Cheer? Sports, February 12

    A seven-time Olympian, Pechstein dates back to the days of the East German sports machine and has a doping violation that remains hard to ignore.

  143. How Jamie Anderson Won Her Second Straight Olympic Gold in Slopestyle Interactive, February 12

    High winds kept her from executing a dream run, but she scored nearly 7 points ahead of the silver medalist.

  144. Women’s Halfpipe Live Results: Chloe Kim Goes for Gold in Debut Sports, February 12

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  145. For Olympic Figure Skaters, a New Meaning to Morning Routine Sports, February 12

    Athletes are using sunlamps and other methods to adjust to competing in the morning instead of the evening. All to accommodate NBC’s broadcast schedule.

  146. Cyberattack Caused Olympic Opening Ceremony Disruption Business, February 12

    Security researchers uncovered evidence that the attack had been in the works since last year. But hackers stopped short of the damage they could have done.

  147. At the Olympics, Mike Pence’s Missed Opportunity Letters, February 12

    Readers regret that the vice president did not make a peace gesture toward North Korea.

  148. Mirai Nagasu Lands Triple Axel, a First by an American Woman at an Olympics Express, February 12

    The 24-year-old figure skater became the third woman to land the jump in Olympic competition.

  149. N.H.L.’s Retreat from the Olympics Makes Russia a Hockey Favorite Sports, February 12

    With N.H.L. players unavailable, the team from Russia, built almost entirely from two K.H.L. squads, may have its best chance for Olympic gold since it last won, in 1992.

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    High winds kept her from executing a dream run, but she scored nearly 7 points ahead of the silver medalist.