Miller crashes out again in Winter Olympics

CRASHED OUT. Coach Will Gregorak (left) and Asa Miller discuss their strategy prior to the men’s slalom race of Alpine skiing in the ongoing Winter Olympic Games in Yanqing, China on Wednesday (Feb. 16, 2022). Miller crashed out again after he got DNF (Did Not Finish) in the first run of his second and last … Continue reading



China vows “streamlined, safe and splendid” Winter Olympics

SPLENDID GAMES. Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a video address at the opening ceremony of the 139th session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Feb. 3, 2022. Xi said China will do its best to deliver “splendid” Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 from Feb. 4 to 20. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen) BEIJING (Xinhua/PNA) – Chinese President Xi Jinping … Continue reading


Filipino-Albertan favorite to carry Canadian flag for closing ceremony

Filipino-Albertan speed skater Gilmore Junio has emerged as the favorite to carry the Canadian flag on Sunday’s closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Junio garnered 42.75 percent of the votes cast on CBC’s poll as of this writing. He grabbed the limelight when he generously gave his spot to Denny Morrison in … Continue reading