The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games run from February 9 to 25. It is the first time the Winter Olympics will be held in South Korea. The PyeongChang Olympic village will accommodate more than 3,800 athletes and officials.
Chris Mazdzer, the first American to win an Olympic medal in men's luge singles, says that the Olympic spirit can still bring people together from different countries despite existing tensions and controversies.
One of the most anticipated events at the Winter Olympics, the ladies single skating, is also one that has traditionally been dominated by some of its youngest competitors – teenagers who show maturity belying their tender years.
During the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics, only the Russian team out of the 90 countries taking part was not allowed to march under its national flag. One young American told RT why he waved their flag instead.
As the 23rd Winter Olympics get underway in PyeongChang, South Korea, let's take a look at what the Romans (big fans of the ancient Olympics themselves) addressed as “Cui bono?” or “who stands to benefit?”