Discussion in 'NHL Hockey Forum' started by dash, Feb 10, 2018.
#14 was pretty good for Japan, but other then that I thought it was a sloppy played game.
Chloe Kim had already won gold, but she went and landed back-to-back 1080's and outdid her already the best run in the competition.
Lol she tweeted this between her runs
Apparently her recipe for success is tweeting about food during competition.
Didnt realize steve armitage was back calling long track excellent !
Wow, Phillipe Marquis competed in the men's moguls with a torn ACL.
The Flying Tomato is back.
How did his leg not just fall apart on the spot?
I really don't know - He wasn't able to complete his run, but he was determined to compete regardless.
I understand the desire to compete in the Olympics, but at some point the returns aren't worth the investment. He could do really serious permanent damage. Unless he's definitely retiring after this, it might be better to try to come back healthy in four years.
golden in mixed curling
10 medals for
Just won bronze in women's luge...First medal ever for in luge.
They should take the Norway pair out for some Salmon as a thank you.
Maple syrup barrels are on the way to Oslo.
Adam and Eve not Adam and St...
Oh uh.... okay then.
I'm kind of surprised the Germans didn't just sweep. Because they're really good at luging.
Heck of a run for the Canadian woman, though. The announcers described her as the best luger without a medal, and she's now corrected the second half of that.
That one American had an awfully nasty crash, though. Oof. Rough day all around for the USA women's luge team, between that, the track record holder slipping right out of the gate, and Hamlin losing it out of 9 on an otherwise nearly perfect run.
Nice redemption for the Canadian gal as she finished 4th in Sochi four years ago and after her 2nd run, she thought it might be a 4th place finish again. As it turns out, she wins BRONZE!
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