Eli Ridder | The Post Alexander Krushelnitsky of Russia departed the Korean Olympic village and gave up his accreditation after he was suspected of testing positive for a banned substance, a Russian Olympic delegation official said on Monday, reported Reuters. The mixed-doubles curler, who won bronze with his wife, is awaiting a “B” sample expected later in the day local time, the official said in … Continue reading Suspected Russian doping violation
Canada is third overall in medal standings, and takes multiple wins in early Olympic hockey. Continue reading Canada takes third, wins hockey
Eli Ridder | The Post The four-time consecutive Olympic gold winning Canada women’s hockey team faces the United States on Wednesday evening. The game starts at 10:10 p.m. ET, and can be watched on CBC as Pyeongchang heads into its seventh day. Canada is on a 22-game winning streak for Olympic competition, and have won two matches so far against Finland and Russia, as have … Continue reading Canada’s women take on U.S.
Two Canadian curlers make history with their Tuesday win at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Continue reading Canada jumps to 3rd, wins curling
Canada is fouth on the fourth day of the Pyeongchang Olympics 2018. Continue reading Canada drops to 4th