Not like this. Not like this. Gus Kenworthy and Adam Rippon became fast friends at the Winter Olympics when the athletes marched together during the opening ceremony. We're here. We're queer. Get used to it. @Adaripp #Olympics #OpeningCeremony...Show More Summary
Ivanka Trump and North Korean General Kim Yong Chol standing in the same box at the Winter Olympics closing ceremony. Now reports coming out of Pyongyang are saying North Korea is open to talking with the United States.
Hackers weren't just out to cause mischief at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Officials in the U.S. now believe Russian spies to be the source of a Feb. 9 hack that occurred during the event's opening ceremony. More troublingly, the perpetrators...Show More Summary
The 2018 Winter Olympics are coming to an end as the closing ceremony is set to air tonight from Pyeongchang, South Korea. Ahead of the opening ceremony, which actually took place hours ahead of the airing on Sunday (February 25), only a handful of performers had been announced. During the ceremony, the host city of [...]
Al Jazeera speaks to a North Korean refugee who sat alongside South Korea's President, Moon Jae-in, during the Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
From the Super Bowl and Taiwan earthquake to snow in Paris and the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
PyeongChang, South Korea – Olympians from close to 100 nations gathered in PyeongChang, Korea this week for the start of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. During the Opening Ceremony, athletes enjoyed capturing and sharing the...Show More Summary
Who messed with Dylan Hernandez’s kimchi? I’m not saying his reporting on the Winter Games’ opening ceremony was sullen, but I gleaned more hope and comfort from my last reading of Sartre’s “Being and Nothingness.” Mario Valvo Ventura :: We are only a few days in the Olympics, a time to celebrate...
During the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics, NBC’s Katie Couric shared an odd stream of consciousness about Dutch skaters and where they get their particular prowess. Couric pulled what she said was a bit of Netherlands (Dutch) trivia out of her mind which turned out to be largely myth. Show More Summary
The 2018 Winter Olympics are here, and maybe your passion for cold-weather sports cooled off a bit after the grand pomp and circumstance of the Opening Ceremonies. Viewers who actually enjoy the games get to look forward to nearly two more weeks of competition, and, whether you’re a fan or not,...
Pita Taufatofua, the Tongan flag bearer known for his shirtless marches in this year’s Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony and in the 2016 Summer Games, is competing in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with much more on his mind than sport.
NBC already apologized for one comment by its team of commentators at the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang Winter Olympic games — Joshua Cooper Ramo’s claim that Japan, which once occupied Korea, is “a cultural and technical and economic...Show More Summary
Katie Couric is apologizing for sticking her foot -- er, skate -- in her mouth during the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremonies. The veteran news anchor and interviewer mistakenly said that the Dutch are so successful in speed skating because skates have been used as a form of transportation when... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Katie Couric
On Saturday the 10th of February, shortly before the Winter Olympics opening ceremony was set to commence, the official Pyeongchang 2018 website went down. Spectators attending the event were unable to print their tickets, while at the...Show More Summary
The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, have been underlined by the nation's political relations with its geographical neighbor, North Korea. At the highly symbolic opening ceremony, titled "Motion in Peace," athletes from both North and South Korea entered the stadium waving the Korean Unification Flag. Show More Summary
An analyst who was a part of NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang won’t be involved in any further coverage of the Games after he angered Koreans with comments made during the Opening Ceremony, The Washington Post reports....
Olympic organizing committee spokesperson said officials are not going to reveal the source of the attack.
The hot new trend in Winter Olympics fashion? Making the host country look like a chump. Following reports that Olympic organizers had their servers hacked during the opening ceremony, security researchers have dug into the malwareShow More Summary
The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics last week fell victim to a cyber attack. Folks watching Friday’s opening ceremony in homes across the world were none the wiser to an ongoing hack that left the […] The post Pyeongchang Organizers Won’t Tell Who Hacked the Winter Olympics appeared first on Geek.com.
Edward Steed presents an illustrated account of the opening ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics, held in Pyeongchang.