If you’ve been watching the 2018 Winter Olympics, you have essentially been tuning into a celebration of Norwegian athleticism.
Norway is now at 25 medals, nine of which are gold, which puts it eight ahead of second-place Germany and 15 ahead of the United States. Granted, this is nothing new; the Norwegians have now taken home 329 medals, 118 of which are gold, both of which are more than any other country in Winter Olympics history.
While on the topic of Norway, you may have noticed that none of the Norwegian athletes have their weights listed on the Norway team site. There’s a reason for that. Read more.
One gold medal that might not go Norway’s direction? Bobsled. Germany put itself in gold medal position with its own wrecking ball style. Read more.
On the oval, in what is becoming recognized as one of the most thrilling winter sports, Japan’s Nao Kodaira set a new Olympic short track record in the 500-meter en route to a gold medal. Read more.
Ted Ligety, one of the best alpine skiers in U.S. history, had a disappointing run on Saturday, finishing 15th in the giant slalom. While his son, Jax, didn’t seem to mind dad having some trouble at work, Ligety said he’s contemplating hanging up his skis. Read more.
In the wake of the Florida high school shooting, debate over gun control has ratcheted up again. Even European biathletes think something needs to be done. Read more.
Adam Rippon’s Olympic Games may be over as a competitor, but his time in PyeongChang isn’t over just yet. Read more.
More Olympic coverage from Yahoo Sports:
• Passan: The inspirational story behind Lillis and his Olympic uniform
• Canadian hockey fans pull off hilarious South Park-inspired jersey joke
• Mystery solved: What happens when there’s a tie in the Olympics?
• Watch: Germans crash bobsled, slide over finish line in gold medal position
• Japan’s Kodaira sets Olympic record in winning 500-meter speed skating gold