Eightteen-year-old Corning is the Americans’ top hope in slopestyle and big air.
Nordic combined training as been cut short because of high winds, but Bryan Fletcher impressed in his one training jump on Monday.
Mirai Nagasu fully intends to attempt -- and land -- the triple axel once again in the ladies' free skating event. She's the only skater that's daring to take on the challenge.
Guest columnist Ryan Boulding says what's happening in China should not be ignored and the U.S. should consider drastic measures in protest.
Nathan Weber, aka Captain America, is serving his country on the battleground and the bobsled track.
After injuries forced her to drop out of the 2014 Games, Gold is having fun on her way back to the Olympics.
Nicole Hensley was a perfect 13-for-13 on shots faced in her Olympic debut, helping defeat the Olympic Athletes from Russia.
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Lauren Gibbs took an unusual path trip to her first Olympics, but the journey ended on the podium with a medal in hand.
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Two teenage U.S. snowboarders have already claimed gold medals in PyeongChang. Eagle's Jake Pates could make it three.
Terry, a shootout hero for the U.S. in the World Junior Championships, was denied in the Olympic quarterfinal.
The two youngest competitors in the men's big air finals look to shake up the field once more.
Colorado is sending 31 athletes to PyeongChang as part of Team USA. Athletes from the Centennial State comprise 12.8 percent of the U.S. delegation.
David Chodounsky has plenty in common with another star of the U.S. Ski Team, but he'd like to add one more similarity -- Olympic gold.
Gold dislocated a shoulder during the training runs at the 2014 Sochi Games and had to wait four years before she could again chase Olympic hardware.
Lindsey Vonn earned her third Olympic medal, a bronze, in what she announced live would be her final Olympic downhill.
Chole Kim is the woman to beat in halfpipe, but Steamboat's Arielle Gold is one of the few snowboarders with the raw talent to knock off the world No. 1 at the Olympics.
The four-time World Cup overall champion won Olympic gold in the downhill and bronze in the super-G in 2010 before missing the Sochi Games in 2014 because of a torn right knee ligament.
Lindsey Vonn, one of the greatest downhill skiers of all time, knew she was going to need a sizable lead, suggesting after that portion that "maybe I can pull out a miracle."
Just last July Reid’s Olympic biathlon hopes almost came to an end, now she'll be her family's third representative in the Games.
The Fletcher brothers and first-time Olympians Ben Loomis and Jasper Good will try to rebound after sub-par performances in the first individual event.
Aspen native Torin Yater-Wallace did not medal in Sochi. He hopes to change that alongside longtime friend Alex Ferreira this year in PyeongChang.
Troy Terry had an assist and three shots, and was on the ice for both of Team USA's goals, in a 2-1 victory in preliminary round play.