Bye Bye and Thank You PyeongChang 2018

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from the final day of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Sweden took the gold in women’s curling final, defeating the host nation, South Korea, 8-3 on the last day of PyeongChang Winter Games. This is the first medal for South Korea in curling, while Sweden competed in their fourth consecutive Olympic final, having won the Games in 2006 and 2010 before. The bronze went to Japan yesterday, who defeated Great Britain 5-3 on Saturday. Norway’s Marit Bjoergen claimed…

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Britain sets new medal record

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day 15 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Great Britain’s Billy Morgan won bronze in men’s snowboarding big air final, adding fifth medal to the British tally and securing the highest number of medals for his country in the Winter Olympics’ history. Canada’s Sebastien Toutant won the gold, while The United States’ Kyle Mack took the silver. Czech Republic’s Ester Ledecka became the first women to win two gold medals in two different sports at a single…

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Sweden beats Norway for Biathlon glory

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day 14 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Sweden took a surprising gold medal during the men’s biathlon 4×7.5km relay, taking their second gold following Hanna Oeberg’s triumph in the women’s 15km individual. The Swedish quartet Peppe Fleming, Jesper Nelin, Sebastian Samuelsson and Fredrik Lindstroem finished 55.5 second clear of Norway thanks to almost perfect shooting, using only seven spare rounds with no penalty loops. Similarly to what he did in Sochi four years ago Emil Hegle…

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Myhrer takes surprising slalom gold

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day 13 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Sweden’s Andre Myhrer became the oldest alpine skiing slalom winner after he claimed the gold in PyeongChang at the age of 35. Myhrer finished 0.34 seconds ahead of Switzerland’s Ramon Zenhaeusern and 0.67 seconds ahead of Austria Michael Matt. Slalom’s favourite, Marcel Hirscher who has already won two golds at 2018 Winter Olympics, crashed in his first run and did not finish the race. The leader after the first…

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