Canada's Toutant wins gold in Big Air debut
With Ivanka Trump in attendance, Canadian snowboarder Sebastien Toutant soared to gold in the Olympic debut of the men's Big Air competition.
When do two halves not make a whole? In Olympic big air qualifying
Wednesday's qualifying for the men's big air final was split into two heats -- with those in the latter half ending up with a distinct advantage. The final promises something altogether different.
After brush with death at 13, Austrian snowboarder seeks second Olympic gold
When Austrian Olympic snowboarder Julia Dujmovits was 13, a small decision saved her and her brother from a train fire that killed 155 people. The tragedy taught her lessons in persistence, and she is now seeking her second gold medal in Pyeongchang.
Austria's Gasser tops Anderson for big air gold
Anna Gasser edged two-time gold medalist Jamie Anderson to win gold in the Olympic debut of women's big air snowboarding.
Best trick wins! Snowboard big air event set to make Olympic debut
The thrills and spills of snowboard big air will grace the Winter Olympics for the first time this week. What should you be looking out for? Alyssa Roenigk breaks it down.
Jacobellis fails to medal in snowboardcross
United States snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis failed to earn a medal in the snowboardcross event, finishing in fourth place. Michela Moioli won gold, Julia Pereira De Sousa Mabileau took silver and Eva Samkova claimed the bronze.
Lawyer: White minimized harassment problem
Shaun White called his behavior regrettable, while the lawyer representing Lena Zawaideh said, "No woman wants to be called a 'gossip' or a liar by the harasser."
White apologizes for dismissing allegations as 'gossip'
At a news conference after winning his third Olympic gold medal Wednesday, Shaun White dismissed sexual harassment allegations as "gossip." Appearing on the "Today Show," White later apologized for his remarks.
France's Vaultier races to snowboard cross gold
Despite crashing and barely qualifying in his semifinal run of the men's snowboard cross, Pierre Vaultier of France bounced back in the finals to win his second Olympic gold.
Austrian fractures vertebra in snowboard cross
Markus Schairer, a three-time Olympian from Austria who competes in snowboard cross, fell during a quarterfinal heat and suffered a fracture of the fifth cervical vertebra.
White captures gold with monster third run
Last October, Shaun White ended up in the hospital with 62 stitches in his face after attempting to learn the cab double cork 1440. On Wednesday, he nailed that same trick to capture a third Olympic gold in his career and spark wild celebrations.
White: Means 'the world' to compete in skating
Shaun White says it would "mean the world" to him to compete in skateboarding at the Summer Olympics, but it would be a hard decision while trying to defend his snowboarding gold medal.
Kim gives coaching medal to teammate
Snowboarder Chloe Kim became the first U.S. athlete to award an Order of Ikkos medal to another athlete, giving hers to teammate Kelly Clark.
Chloe Kim fulfills her golden destiny -- from 'baby girl' to full-fledged dragon
The 17-year-old Korean-American -- too young to compete in Sochi four years ago -- claimed halfpipe gold in near-perfect fashion. It marked a day when a metaphorical version of Korean mythology played out in real life on the Olympic stage.
Historic win for USA's Chloe Kim
Julie Foudy and Alyssa Roenigk discuss USA teenage sensation Chloe Kim, who became the youngest female gold medalist in Olympic snowboarding history.
Anderson defends gold in windy slopestyle final
Jamie Anderson defended her title in Olympic women's slopestyle snowboarding, surviving blustery and treacherous conditions at Phoenix Snow Park. Laurie Blouin of Canada took silver, and Finland's Enni Rukajarvi finished third.
It's gold in snowboard slopestyle for Red (Gerard), White and Blue
At 17, Gerard becomes the first Winter Olympics gold medalist born in the 2000s -- and the third-youngest Winter Games gold medalist in history.
Red Gerard's slopestyle support system is working
Gerard's crew of 18, armed with posters, hopes to see him become the second American rider to medal in slopestyle at the Olympics.
Kelly Clark replays her Olympic favorites
Now at her fifth Olympics, American snowboard legend Kelly Clark has collected three medals and countless memories. She shares some of her favorite moments from Salt Lake City to Torino to Vancouver to Sochi to Pyeongchang.
Kim: The attention is a good problem to have
Team USA snowboarder Chloe Kim talks to ESPN's Julie Foudy about the attention she and her family are receiving ahead of the Winter Games in Pyeongchang.
Confidential: Athletes weigh in on Winter Olympics 2018
In ESPN The Magazine's Gold Rush issue, 105 Olympians weigh in on the Games' biggest issues.
Being an Olympian is an 'honor'
Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Kelly Clark, Olympic bronze medalist luger Erin Hamlin and Olympic silver medalist hockey player Breanna Decker describe what it's like to be an Olympian.
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Five-time Paralympian Oksana Masters continues to defy the odds
With 100 days until the Tokyo Paralympics, multisport Paralympian Oksana Masters underwent surgery to remove a tumor on her leg. Masters caught up with ESPN to detail her journey to Tokyo and how she managed to claim two gold medals.
Husband arrested in connection to Kenya runner Agnes Tirop's death
Kenyan police have arrested the husband of Olympic distance runner Agnes Tirop as the investigation into her death continues.
Allyson Felix, Jordan Larson named Sportswomen of the Year; Naomi Osaka earns Courage Award
The Women's Sports Foundation honored Olympians Allyson Felix and Jordan Larson as Sportswomen of the Year, while Naomi Osaka earned the Wilma Rudolph Courage Award.
Police call for Agnes Tirop's husband to come forward
Kenyan police said on Thursday they were asking the husband of distance runner Agnes Tirop, a two-time World Championship bronze medallist who was found dead at her home, to come forward.
Tour de France 2022 route: Wind, cobbles and brutal mountaintop finishes makes for treacherous race
Tour de France organisers have designed a highly treacherous route for the men's 2022 edition which will feature rides in gusting winds, cobblestones and punishing mountain stages.
Prudhomme unveils Tour de France Femmes 2022 route: Race should survive me
The women's Tour has not been held since 1989 and will this year start from Paris and end eight days later at the top of the Super Planche des Belles Filles climb at the end of an eight-stage ride through eastern France.