There is just one day left in the 2018 Winter Olympics, yet that doesn’t mean things are over in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Now, nothing drastic has happened. Norway is still leading the medal count, per usual. But the United States did walk away with a gold medal over night.
Here’s a look at what you probably missed last night in PyeongChang while you were sleeping:
Team USA wins curling gold: The wait is finally over. John Shuster and Team USA dominated in the men’s curling final on Saturday, beating Sweden 10-7 to win their first gold medal in the event. Fans who stayed awake to watch the win went crazy — naturally — on Twitter during the win.
Canadian Olympian arrested in PyeongChang: Canadian freestyle skier Dave Duncan may have gone a little far in his Olympic celebration in PyeongChang. Per multiple reports, Duncan, his wife and ski cross director Willy Raine were arrested in South Korea on Saturday morning after allegedly stealing a red Hummer after a night of drinking.
Russians appeal to IOC: Russian figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva is leading the appeal to the International Olympic Committee to have Russia’s status restored for the Closing Ceremony. Russia was banned from the Olympics after a state-sponsored doping program was revealed during the Sochi Olympics in 2014. The Olympic Athletes from Russia are hoping to walk under the Russian flag during the Closing Ceremony in PyeongChang.
Ivanka Trump cheers on United States: First Daughter Ivanka Trump arrived in South Korea on Saturday to lead the US delegation at the Closing Ceremony, among other things. Trump didn’t waste any time taking in the Games, attending the snowboarding Big Air finals. The attention quickly pivoted from the snowboarders to Trump, who easily stood out in her full-body snowsuit.
Ester Ledecka wins gold, again: Ester Ledecka, who made headlines with her surprising Super-G win last week, won gold in the parallel giant slalom snowboarding on Saturday afternoon, becoming the first winter athlete to medal in different sports in the same Olympics.
Adam Rippon ready to talk to Pence: American figure skater Adam Rippon — one of two openly gay Americans competing in PyeongChang — has repeatedly said he doesn’t want to meet with or speak to vice president Mike Pence, who led the U.S. delegation at the Opening Ceremony. Now with the Games coming to a close, Rippon said he’s willing to talk with him.
More Olympic coverage from Yahoo Sports:
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• Russian bobsledder who wore anti-doping shirt just failed a doping test
• International movement to save dogs from South Korean meat farms gaining steam
• The shame in Shani Davis snubbing the media was that he didn’t get to tell his incredible story