Twenty years after Peter Forsberg delivered Sweden’s first-ever Olympic gold in a shootout win over Canada, the same two hockey powers will meet for world supremacy in Sochi.
The Americans were thought to be the only team that could derail Canada but by shutting down its biggest rival, the men in Red and White sent a powerful statement.
Sarah Burke was a pioneer of the halfpipe event that debuted at the 2014 Sochi Games and thanks to a touching tribute on Saturday, her legacy will now live on.
Friday’s ‘chess match’ between Sweden and Finland was a lesson for those in North America who believe the NHL should go to a bigger ice surface.
Forget the broken rib. In order to claim bronze, Canada’s Mark McMorris had to battle back from two falls, atrocious judging, and a case of frostbite so bad, he thought he’d need his toe cut off.
Our roundup of this week’s most interesting sports columns includes an argument for why Russia should have won in hockey, and an inside look at the NFL combine.