U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, arrived in South Korea on Friday and she will attend the closing ceremony, leading the U.S. presidential delegation that also includes White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.
They are now on 13 gold medals in Pyeongchang, one fewer than the record held by Canada from 2010.
Heading into the final 48 hours of action, the United States had 21. "[That] was special because I had some problems for three years, and then come back again and was at a high level and fighting for all the medals in Vancouver, that was special for me". Athletes competing for the pure joy of the game and working with one another. It spends more than $60 million every four years, delivered from several different revenue streams into a variety of different programs, to fund Winter sports.
The Olympic Committee has been reluctant to make these predictions public in the past, but their chief of sport performance, Alan Ashley, acknowledged the shortcoming.
With the Winter Olympics wrapping up here this weekend, I stopped by a practice for another group of Olympic athletes who are always competing for the right reasons.
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"They're very resilient", US skip Nina Roth said after her team fell to South Korea.
Lindsey Vonn was one of the Americans with the most medal potential.
Chen scored 185.65 overall in the event, which was good for 11th place overall. Even more impressive? She did so while tweeting about ice cream, breakfast sandwiches, and hanger, which was probably (read: definitely) a world first as well.
Klaebo's win matched French biathlete Martin Fourcade for the most gold medals so far at the Pyeongchang Games. "Medals - they're not necessarily what the Olympics are all about". Despite the fact the Games have been hosted relatively close to home, the team didn't exactly enjoy a homesheet advantage: They had only a little over a week to practice at the Gangneung Curling Center.
The daughter of President Donald Trump is expected to make stops at the men's Big Air final; the gold medal curling match, where the US men have a chance to win their first-ever gold medal in the event; and speedskating. It predicted both sports would garner only one medal, with a "stretch" goal of two in each sport.
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"This team brings the absolute best out in me", Diggins said.
On the sport-to-sport breakdown, several teams missed their mark. Having put on a stellar performance, they ultimately won with two gold medals. "It's the process that really becomes very complex", Tanger, who's been advocating to add synchronized skating to the Olympic schedule for years, tells InStyle.
"We want them to be in sports because they want to be", Tore Øvrebø, head of the Norwegian team, explained to CNN Sport.
However, the bonuses for Team USA are microscopic compared to others around the globe.
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