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Days 16,17 (Feb 25) - USA curling's golden moment, Ledecka's double, and a bizarre Closing Ceremony

It finally over, but not before some final excitment! Team USA wins a surprise gold in curling, and Germany loses a hockey heart-breaker to OAR. Ledecka completes a historic double gold, and a momentary loss of concentration cost an Austrian skier a silver medal. I also talk about the Closing Ceremonies, why Johnny, Tara, and Terry are good choices as hosts, and how I think the IOC missed an opportunity to promote another upcoming event. Troy Does The Games is not affiliated with the IOC,...


Day 14 (Feb 22) - More USA wins! Hockey, curling, Shiffrin, and Wise

Team USA's good times continue, much to the chagrin of Team Canada. We take the gold in women's ice hockey over the 4-time defending champions in an incredible shootout, and our men's curling team upsets the three-time defending gold medalists from up north, earning their own shot at gold. The USA also picks up a gold and three silvers in ski and snowboard action, including a silver for Mikaela Shiffrin in alpine combined. I talk about all of this, as well as the event coming up today,...


Days 11, 12 (Feb 20) - A bonus bobsled gold, Virtue-Moir love, and clutch curling wins

After a day off for my birthday, I return with lots of results and quite a few opinions. I recap the Ice Dance competition, cover the extra gold medal in 2-man bobsled/bobsleigh, and do a deep dive on the current state of curling for Team USA and Team Canada. I also look ahead to the ladies' figure skating competition, the women's downhill, and the cross country team sprint (praying for Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall) Troy Does The Games is not affiliated with the IOC, USOC, or any...


Day 8 (Feb 16) - Shiffrin struggles, Yuzuru cruises, and Canada's in crisis

Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Jacobellis both get disappointing fourth place finishes, Nathen Chen struggles to follow a remarkable short program performance from Yuzuru Hanyu, USA and OAR find their first wins in men's hockey, and Korea gets a good medal in men's skeleton. Plus, I "Take It To The House" for curling updates, including a Canadian crisis as the women fall to 0-3, and then answer some listener questions. Troy Does The Games is not affiliated with the IOC, USOC, or any other...


Troy Does The Games PyeongChang - Day 6 (Feb 14)

In today's episode, I talk about Shaun White, some surprise losses on the first day of the men's hockey tournament, and plea for the weather to allow for some alpine skiing. Plus, an update from the pairs short program in figure skating and the opening day of the men's and women's curling tournament.


Troy Does The Games PyeongChang - Day 4 (Feb 12)

In today's episode, we do a deep dive on the conclusion of the Figure Skating Team Event, highlight America's continued dominance on slopestyle snowboarding, check in on the luge, and hype the sprints for both cross country skiing and short track speed skating.


Troy Does The Games PyeongChang - Days 0, 1, 2 Recap

I recap the first few days of the Olympics in PyeongChang. I dissect the Opening Ceremonies, gush about curling mixed doubles, explain why Americans should love biathlon, and recap the first half of the figure skating team event. This is not affiliated with the IOC or USOC.