• The best GIFs of the 2018 Winter Olympics. so far!

    One year ago - By Comcast SportsNet

    It's been a thrilling opening week at the 2018 Winter Olympics, from Chris Mazdzer's historic silver medal in men's luge to Chloe Kim's dominant gold-medal performance in the women's halfpipe. To put the cherry on top, we've also seen some fantastic GIFs. Here are just a few of the best coming from PyeongChang, powered by Giphy: 1. Nathan Chen unleashes his inner superhero 2. Getting patriotic with Mikaela Shiffrin 3. Olympians or astronauts? 4. Slopestyle, so hot right now. Slopestyle 5. We aren't so different, you and I
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  • What's next for Chloe Kim after winning Olympic gold

    One year ago - By Comcast SportsNet

    Chloe Kim joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to talk about her first Olympic gold medal and what the future holds for her after PyeongChang.
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  • Medal Count 2018 Olympics: Updated Tally, Predicting Winners for Tuesday Night

    One year ago - By Bleacher Report

    Snowboarder Chloe Kim stole the show on Monday night when she took home gold for the United States in the women's halfpipe competition.
    Now it's Shaun White 's turn to take on the field in the men's halfpipe.
    Tuesday night (Wednesday morning in Pyeongchang, South Korea) will also feature some preliminary men's curling, women's ice hockey and the pairs' figure skating short program.
    On top of that, medals will also be handed out in alpine skiing for the women's slalom.
    Before we dive into the full schedule and our nightly predictions, let's take a look at the updated medal tally heading...
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  • Watch the run that earned Chloe Kim her Olympic gold medal in Pyeongchang

    Watch the run that earned Chloe Kim her Olympic gold medal in Pyeongchang

    One year ago - By Business Insider

    On Monday, US snowboarder Chloe Kim won the gold medal in the women's halfpipe at the Winter Olympics .
    The 17-year-old, who was a heavy medal favorite in Pyeongchang 2018 , secured the gold medal after completing two of three runs.
    Kim opted for a third run as a "victory lap."
    During the final run, Kim threw down back-to-back 1080s.
    According to Refinery29, a 1080 requires a rider to turn around three full times in the air.
    Kim became the first woman to land back-to-back 1080s in Olympic history.
    Her final run earned her a 98.25 out of 100.
    Watch the video of Kim's epic, historical run...
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