AP PHOTOS: Athletes and fans are going to great lengths to stave off bitter cold and biting winds at the Pyeongchang Olympics
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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Sub-zero temperatures could be a real issue for visitors in Pyeongchang for this month's Winter Olympics, but while Games fans shivered, athletes on Monday welcomed the cold.
Bitter temperatures and biting winds haunted athletes and fans alike during the second day of competition at the Pyeongcheng Olympics. (Feb. 12)