Catch up on the latest Olympic action with this special version of The Angle. We’ll also be sending the regular newsletter at the regular time.
Finally, gold: A U.S. hockey player used a move called “Oops, I Did It Again” to score the winning goal against archrival Canada in a thrilling shootout. Josh Levin and Justin Peters say the first gold medal for the U.S. women since 1998 is well-deserved.
Shaun White on skis: Ever heard of David Wise? He’s a two-time gold medalist in the freestyle skiing halfpipe who’s a lot nicer than White. Peters explains why nobody knows who he is.
One and only: Nick Greene interviews the figure skater who did the only legal backflip in Olympic competition.
Olympic debut: The first Alpine skiing team competition will take place Saturday. Here’s why Peters thinks it shouldn’t be included in the Winter Games.
Congrats, Gus: U.S. freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy wins the award for grossest injury of the Olympics.
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