Just an exhibition series here. A steppingstone there. A matter of national pride elsewhere. The World Baseball Classic means different things to different teams.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- One of the highlights of Tuesday's men's short program was Johnny Weir's press conference. Here's Johnny, in his own words: On the blue overalls that Italy's Samuel Contesti skated in: "I thought it was very fashion...
We've heard American Idol mentioned a lot this week, but Jim Caple writes that the show doesn't compare to the real passion, competition and drama of the Olympics.
After the 10,000-meter final Friday, we got to hear one last time from one half of the Shani-Chad soap opera.
Sasha Cohen's bid for gold was over in 30 seconds, but Jim Caple says Cohen can still be proud of her performance.
After watching Tuesday's short program, Jim Caple writes that an honest-to-gosh adult will finally win the ladies' figure skating gold medal.
After the latest incident in the Shani-Chad feud, Jim Caple wonders why we think Davis and Hedrick should be best friends.
Ice dancing caught the eye of America at these Olympics, thanks to Belbin and Agosto and the Glare Seen 'Round the World.
All the other athletes at the Olympics compete in uniforms that bear the emblem of their nations. But not figure skating.
If you haven't watched curling in these Olympics, you're missing out. They are the athletes that are most like us.
The team pursuit was added to the Olympics speedskating schedule this year, but it's done nothing but cause controversy.
Even though they didn't win a medal, the U.S. skeleton team has a successful two days at the Games, if you consider recent standards.
Johnny Weir's excuse for his poor performance: he missed his bus. That is just a lame excuse, writes Jim Caple.
Life is good in Sestriere when you're drinking beer while watching Olympic skiing, sexy models and an improbable gold medalist.
Silly us, we thought there was a new judging system in figure skating. It all still looked cloudy to Jim Caple.