PyeongChang 2018

  • Cristiano Ronaldo, Peter Sagan and Danuta Kozak are all in action this weekend
    Where to Catch the Stars this Weekend

      It’s another action-packed weekend of sport featuring your favourite Olympians. Tennis fans will be looking forward to the final Grand Slam of the season, the US Open, which gets underway in New York on Monday. But there is plenty of excitement before then including the start of one of cycling’s great races. LINING UP

  • Yuzuru Hanyu Immortalised as a Pale Ale
    Yuzuru Hanyu is flavour of the month with ‘All Eyes on Yuzu’

    Yuzuru Hanyu may be known as the ‘Prince of Ice’ but this summer he has been put on ice in more ways than one. That’s because a brewery has created a craft beer called ‘All Eyes on Yuzu‘, inspired by the reigning Olympic champion. The Muskoka Brewery based in Ontario, Canada, created the beer, which

  • It’s on! Medvedeva to train with Hanyu under Orser

    Olympic silver medallist Evgenia Medvedeva will start working with Canadian Brian Orser after ending her 11-year association with coach Eteri Tutberidze. The 18-year-old Russian thanked Tutberidze and revealed her future plans in a statement by the Russian Figure Skating Federation. “I will continue to represent the Russian Federation, staying in the school ‘Sambo-70’, while training with

  • Medvedeva to train with Hanyu?!

    Evgenia Medvedeva could soon be working alongside the great Yuzuru Hanyu. The Olympic silver medallist has split with long-time coach Eteri Tutberidze. And multiple reports in the Russian press claim she is about to link up with Hanyu’s trainer Brian Orser in Toronto. Russian rivalry Medvedeva just lost out to her 15-year-old training partner Alina

  • Figure skating star Chan calls it quits

    Canadian hero Patrick Chan has announced his retirement from figure skating. The 27-year-old won team gold at PyeongChang and silver in the team and singles at Sochi 2014. He also claimed three consecutive world titles from 2011 to 2013, and a record 10 national crowns. Chan confirmed his retirement in a Skate Canada press release.

  • Kaetlyn Osmond, the Homecoming Queen

    Marystown, Newfoundland turned out in force to welcome home its figure skating hero on Saturday. Thousands lined the roads in and around the town for the parade headed by Olympic gold medallist and world champion Kaetlyn Osmond. A pick-up truck filled with boys from Marystown Central High School was among the vehicles, its occupants’ hands

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    Fabian Boesch’s escalator ride with a difference

    Too lazy to take the stairs but think standing on an escalator is overrated? Fabian Boesch has the answer! Most people would simply step on the moving staircase and let the electronics do the rest. But the freestyle skier has shared his unusual method of riding the escalator, and it’s attracting lots of attention… View

  • Flying Dutchwomen lay down marker at PyeongChang 2018

    Speed skating is more than a sport in the Netherlands. It’s a national obsession. In Sochi 2014 the ‘Oranje’ won a whopping 24 medals in the long and short-track versions of the event. It was total domination. Four years later and the Dutch dynasty looks set to continue. As Carlijn Achtereekte, Ireen Wust and Antoinette