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When do the 2018 Winter Olympics end?

24 February 2018

Olympic Committeeranging from $15,000 for each bronze medal, to $22,500 for silver and $37,500 for each gold medal earned in PyeongChang. Canada won the most medals in figure skating with four at the 2018 Winter Games. Jessica Diggins and Kikkan Randall edged Sweden and Norway to bring home the gold in the team cross-country event.

"People had high expectations and when you have the largest delegation of athletes (241), it's understandable because it's a sheer numbers game in that respect", said Hayes.

The Norwegians are now 10 ahead of Canada, the country with the second-most medals in the Olympics.

She came here as the top USA woman internationally this season, good enough to be seeded eighth in the Olympic field.

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It's the first time ever that the USA failed to put a single woman in the top six, but the results were in line with the world rankings.

Alina Zagitova won individual gold with 239.57 points Friday, beating her training partner and close friend Evgenia Medvedeva by less than two points.

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Away from the competition, Russia's Alexander Krushelnitsky was stripped of his mixed doubles curling bronze medal after testing positive for meldonium, an endurance booster. The 22-year-old, who nearly quit skating after breaking her leg in a training accident in 2014, nailed her long program with seven triples jumps.

Shuster gets the credit for making big shots as the skip, but every member of Team USA came up with big shots at a big time.

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The Pyeongchang games also marked the worldwide emergence of snowboarder Chloe Kim. The finale event takes place live Sunday, Feb. 25, at 6 a.m. ET. "I said, Mirai, you did it when it counted". The Olympics are unlike any other athletic event, such great stories of inspiration, but I also look forward to the Paralympic Games in March, which is where the true champions come into play like Mike Schultz.

While watching the Olympics, I've heard numerous references to Team USA athletes training in Utah and the unbelievable facilities we have here. "I think it's really inspiring for young girls and for anyone out there who's aspiring to be in the Olympics someday or even win a medal".

While contemplating our Olympic legacy and its impact on our economic prosperity, I visited with Jeff Robbins, president and CEO of the Utah Sports Commission. She was a true medal contender in downhill. The fighting with Canada for what's left.

And the only other event left to come for the US women is the 30-kilometer cross-country classic.

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