WHISTLER, British Columbia — For half their lives, Billy Demong and Johnny Spillane have been racing and rooming together on the international Nordic combined ski circuit.
WHISTLER, British Columbia — Lindsey Vonn began these Olympics with a shin so badly bruised she didn't know if she could compete.
The third-string goalie for the U.S. women's Olympic hockey team is "tweeting" at motorists through a billboard campaign organized by the Pittsburgh-area university she attends.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada didn't need a complex game plan to wear down its biggest nemesis or punish Alex Ovechkin. Canada simply needed to be Canada.
Lindsey Vonn crashed out of the first run of the Olympic giant slalom race Wednesday and injured her right pinkie.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Bode Miller made the kind of mistake that happens in skiing, especially for a risk-taker like him.
WHISTLER, British Columbia — Carlo Janka of Switzerland won the Olympic gold medal in giant slalom Tuesday, adding to the world title he won last year.
WEST VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Ashleigh McIvor has won Canada's sixth gold medal of the Vancouver Games, defeating Hedda Berntsen of Norway in the final of the Olympic debut of women's skicross.
Switzerland won shootout 2-1
MINNEAPOLIS — The American push for a gold medal in men's hockey has created a buzz that's rarely been seen around the U.S. team since its biggest win ever 30 years ago this week: the Miracle on Ice victory over the powerful Soviet Union.
RICHMOND, British Columbia — Lee Seung-hoon of South Korea won a stunning gold medal in men's 10,000-meter speedskating Tuesday when overwhelming favorite Sven Kramer made an amateurish mistake, failing to switch lanes just past the midway point of the race, and was disqualified.
WHISTLER, British Columbia — Russia won the women's biathlon relay at the Vancouver Olympics on Tuesday after Olga Zaitseva easily protected her team's massive lead on the final leg to secure the gold medal.
WHISTLER, British Columbia — The Australian team has withdrawn from the four-man bobsled competition at the Vancouver Olympics because two brakemen are injured.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Just when things were going so well for Bode Miller, his old Olympic bugaboos bit him again.
WHISTLER, British Columbia — Content with her two silver medals, Julia Mancuso has decided not to enter Friday's Olympic slalom.