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    Winter Olympics: Garlic Girls' dream crushed as Sweden takes curling gold
     25 February 2018
    The Swedish women win the gold medal in the final match of a marathon curling festival, beating South Korea 8-3 in nine ends to leave the "Garlic Girls" with a silver that is the hosts' first-ever Olympic medal in the sport.
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    Winter Olympics: Australia's men's bobsleigh team record their fastest run on day 15 in Pyeongchang
    25 Feb: A team-best run in the men's bobsleigh and a pair of gutsy efforts in the men's cross-country ski headlined Australia's penultimate day at the Winter Olympics — see how the Aussies fared on day 15.... more
    China to have more ski resorts than Europe ahead of 2022 Winter Olympics
    25 Feb: China will host the next Winter Olympics in 2022, and already in the midst of a ski boom, the country plans to open more than 700 ski resorts, more than all of Europe, and are developing young talent to ensure a swag of medals.... more
    Winter Olympics: Russian mixed doubles curling team lose bronze medals after Alexander Krushelnitsky's positive test
    22 Feb: The Court of Arbitration of Sport confirms Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky and his wife lose their bronze medals after he tests positive to meldonium.... more
    Winter Olympics: How the Aussies fared on day 11 in Pyeongchang
    21 Feb: A pair of gallant but ultimately unsuccessful efforts in the speed skating headlined day 11 for Australia — see how the Aussies got on in Pyeongchang.... more
    Three Kiwis into freeski halfpipe final
    20 Feb: Freeskiers Byron and Beau-James Wells and Nico Porteous are through to the final for New Zealand in the halfpipe at the Winter Olympics.... more
    Winter Olympics: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir win gold for Canada in ice dance with their final skate
    20 Feb: For 20 years, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have been ice dance partners — now the legendary Canadian pair have won a second Olympic title in their final competitive skate.... more
    Byron Wells shuts out memories of Sochi
    19 Feb: New Zealand halfpipe freeskier Byron Wells is blocking out memories of Sochi at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.... more
    Kiwis in action: day 10 of 2018 Olympics
    18 Feb: New Zealand halfpipe freeskiers Britt Hawes and Janina Kuzma will compete on day 10 of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.... more
    Skiers Bilous, Wells miss slopestyle final
    18 Feb: New Zealand freeskier Finn Bilous has narrowly missed the Winter Olympics slopestyle final in PyeongChang.... more

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     16 Feb: Winter Olympics: Team GB under scrutiny over skeleton hi-tech suits as women dominate practice times ++++++++++
     12 Feb: Winter Olympics: Luge rider slips mid-race, somehow climbs back on and completes men's singles run ++++++
     27 Jan: Record-sized NZ Winter Olympics team named ++++
     18 Feb: Skiers Bilous, Wells miss slopestyle final ++++
     01 Feb: Meet Pita Taufatofua, the Tongan Winter Olympian who first saw snow two years ago ++++
     11 Feb: Winter Olympics: How the Aussies fared on day one in Pyeongchang ++++
     06 Feb: Dobbin's comeback an inspiration at Games ++++

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