Yarnolds repeats Sochi gold

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day eight of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Great Britain’s Lizzy Yarnolds became the first ever women to defend her Olympic skeleton title after edging out German Jacqueline Loelling by 0.45 seconds. Bronze went to another Britt Laura Deas who was just 0.17 seconds out of the silver medal. Yarnolds was second before the fourth runs 0.02 behind Austria’s Janine Flock but a new track record in the final run allowed her to retain her gold medal….

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Parsons takes Britain’s first medal

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day seven of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Dom Parsons won Britain’s first medal of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games taking bronze in the men’s skeleton. If you have just woken up 🌅 we’re pleased to say that @domparsons has secured Team GB’s first medal with 🥉 in the skeleton! Make sure you check out the highlights on @BBCSport or @Eurosport_UK #WeAreTheGreat 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/FTeXFHnACB — Team GB (@TeamGB) February 16, 2018 The race however was all…

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Norway finally wins downhill gold

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day six of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Norway finally won their first men’s downhill gold medal thanks to 35-years-old veteran Aksel Lund Svindal, who also is now the oldest Olympic alpine gold medallist Svindal edged compatriot Kjetil Jansrud by 0.12 seconds while current world champion Beat Feuz from Switzerland finished a further 0.06 behind. Sochi winner Matthias Mayer from Austria did not manage to repeat his performance from four years ago and finished in ninth place….

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USA wins 100th Winter Gold

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day five of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Shaun White won the United States’ 100 gold medal from the Winter Olympic Games. White won the men’s snowboard halfpipe for a third time in his career following triumphs in Turin 2006 and Vancouver 2010. Silver went to Japan’s Ayumu Hirano, who was leading following the seconds runs with 95.25 points, but a near perfect run by the American gave him a score of 97.75 point in the third…

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Christie denied medal following collision

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day four of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games Britain’s Elise Christie was denied a medal in the 500m women’s short track speed skating event following a collision with South Korea’s Choi Minjeong with two laps remaining. That hurts, says Elise Christie. But she vows to bounce back. Her two world title distances are still to come. 👉 https://t.co/61UpC3ZBh9 pic.twitter.com/4qXBUBNjsq — Team GB (@TeamGB) February 13, 2018 Sochi silver medalist Arianna Fontana took Italy’s first gold medal of…

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Britain’s Fuller victim of weather conditions

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action on day three of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. Great Britain’s medal favourite Aimee Fuller ended up 17th after suffering a heavy crash on her second run due to heavy wind during the women’s snowboard slopestyle. Jamie Anderson from the United States retained the gold she won in Sochi four years ago, silver went to Canada’s Laurie Blouin and bronze to Finland’s Enni Rukajarvi. Canada added first gold to their medal tally, after winning the figure skating team event….

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