Team USA beats Canada to take home Olympic gold


Which seemed pretty close to impossible considering Canada has taken home the gold medal in men's curling for the last three Winter Olympics. Today that must look like a rather smart investment by USA Hockey. "It's just hard. You work so hard".

As soon as the silver medal was draped around her neck, the 29-year-old athlete yanked it from her neck and held it in her hands.

Blouin said she had been nursing a bruise on her left buttock since Wednesday and aggravated it when she fell on her first jump. "We did it", she tweeted alongside a gold-medal emoji and triumphant photo of the winning moment.

Gasser posted 96.00 on her final run in Pyeongchang to relegate American Jamie Anderson to the silver medal position.

"Disrespectful", tweeted one Canadian fan. "I know she's disappointed but have some class". "Since when did this become something to be ashamed of?" questioned another. Hockey is one Winter Olympics sport where the silver medal comes with a loss, and it can feel like a consolation prize. Always have always will be.

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They drew support from players' associations for the NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB and the National Hockey League, and finally, in March 2017, reached an agreement for parity with the men's team, though the exact details have not been released. She accepted it [then] took it off. "Once we reflect. But now, not at the moment".

Jocelyne Lamoureux shoots the puck during the women's hockey gold medal game at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 on February 22, 2018 in Gangneung, South Korea.

Understandably, Larocque was devastated from this crushing loss, but refusing to wear her medal during the entire ceremony was definitely an "unsportsmanlike" thing to do.

Boston College was paying close attention to women's ice hockey at the Olympic Games, which ended with the team's 3-2 shootout win against Canada to capture the gold medal February 22.

After winning back-to-back gold medals in Vancouver in 2010 and Sochi in 2014, and three of the past four dating to 2002, Canada's self-described band of journeymen will play the Czech Republic for bronze on Saturday.