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  • Associated Press

    Beijing confirms strict 'closed loop' for Winter Olympics

    Chinese organizers have confirmed participants in next year’s Winter Olympics will be strictly isolated from the general population and could face expulsion for violating COVID-19 restrictions. Vice mayor and Beijing 2022 organizing committee official Zhang Jiandong told reporters Wednesday that those taking part in the games beginning Feb. 4 must remain in a “closed loop” for training, competing, transport, dining and accommodation. A strict Olympic bubble has long been on the books, but Beijing has now made it official in keeping with its zero tolerance approach to the pandemic.

  • NBC Sports

    Bradie Tennell withdraws from second Grand Prix assignment

    The figure skater now has three fewer scores in her body of work that will count toward selection for the 2022 U.S. Olympic team.

  • NBC Sports

    After 316 caps and four Olympics, Carli Lloyd retires

    The 39-year-old New Jersey native ended her national team career with the second-most international appearances of any player.

  • NBC Sports

    Everything you need to know about the 2022 Winter Olympics

    The 2022 Winter Olympics are just a few months away! Here are all of the answers to your frequently asked questions surrounding the Beijing Winter Games.