Winter Olympics 2018

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The Winter Olympics took the world by storm except for in the US who had the lest amount of viewers in decades, nonetheless the Olympics had a lot of action. The United States women hockey team ended a 4 game gold medal streak by the Canadians in a 3-2 game that went to a shootout. The first gold medal of the Olympics was won by a 17 year old Red Gerard who won the Men’s Slope-style. He then went on to swear multiple times on NBC. Chloe Kim another 17 year old took home a gold medal in Women’s half pipe. One of the more inspiring medals of the games was a bronze won by 33 year old legend Lindsey Vonn. In what was probably her final Olympic event  of her career she took 3rd in Alpine Downhill Skiing. She was very emotional after the race during an interview where she cried and expressed her gratitude to everyone that helped her along the way and said that she wished she could ski forever but her body could not allow it. Norway set an Olympic record by winning 39 medals. They broke the record of the United States team who won 38 in Vancouver in 2010. Norway lead all teams in every type of medal including 14 golds. Germany came in second in the medal count and they were followed by the Canadians. The united States finished 4th in the medal count including 9 gold medals. For those that can’t wait for summer in two years the 2020 games will be held in Tokyo, Japan. The next Winter Olympics will be held in 2022 in Beijing, China.

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Winter Olympics 2018