PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – The latest on the Pyeongchang Olympics (all local times):
The Russian Olympic Committee says it's waiting for to be re-established "in the coming days" even though the International Olympic Committee has maintained its ban on the closing ceremony at the Pyeongchang Games
The ROC says: "We hope and expect much that the ROC will be reinstated in the next days."
The IOC has stated that the suspension will be lifted as soon as all samples of Russian athletes have been processed and as long as there will be more positive tests. Two Russians failed the anti-doping tests and accepted the disqualification of the Pyeongchang Olympic Games.
The ROC states: "In light of the current situation, we believe that the restoration of the rights of the ROC and all Russian athletes will be the most important."
More 50 years after the start of the post-war recovery to the 1964 Games, Tokyo is ready for other summer Olympics.  The Japanese capital has something else to prove to 2020 Games.
This time, Japan wants to remind the rest of the world that China and South Korea have not left behind them Asia's leading economic power. They will use the games to present a clean, safe and innovative city with cool nightlife and modern public transportation.
The organizers say the Olympics will show the "soft power" of the nation, featuring the technology, products and service.
The Girl and Counsel The US president's claim that his visit to the Olympic Games was "incredibly inspiring". She expresses her gratitude for this chance to watch competitions and "to be here with our allies in South Korea. "
Ivanka Trump intends to attend the closing ceremony of the 2018 Games in Pyongchang after two days of visiting and meeting with US athletes and others.
Her presence could to put in touch with a North Korean delegation country in an escalation of months of aggressive words with the administration of US President Donald Trump
Ivanka Trump spent part of his second day in Pyeongchang watching the American team competing in the bobsleigh competition.It says it was "an incredible couple of days."
A Canadian ski-cross competitor, his wife and Her coach accused of taking a car in front of a bar and driving her intoxicated The Pyeongchang Olympics excuse themselves for their behavior
The Canadian Olympic Committee said Sunday that Dave Duncan, his f Emme, Maja, and Canadian technical coach William Raine had been arrested by police on Saturday and were now released.
A joint statement by the Duncans indicated that their behavior "did not conform to the standards expected of us as members of the Canadian Olympic team or as Canadians. "She did not say.
Raine apologized to the owner vehicle and said, "The words are not enough to express how sorry I am. I dropped my teammates, my friends and my family.
Germany leaves the Pyeongchang Olympics with gold medals in the three bobsleigh events.
Francesco Friedrich completed Sweeping for the Germans Sunday, leading his four-man sled to victory in the final day of the games.Won Yunjong, of South Korea, and Nico Walther, of Germany, finished second and shared the money
In Pyeongchang, Germany not only won the gold of the three bobsled events, but it also became the first to win six slippery gold medals at a single Olympics.  The rest of the world of bobsleigh, skeleton and luge won four gold medals in Pyeongchang combined; Canada, Austria, South Korea and Great Britain all have one.  The best American driver was Codie Bascue, who ranked ninth on a day when Iva nka Trump was among the spectators of the last slippery test of Pyeongchang.
A Canadian ski cross competitor, his wife and a coach accused of taking a car in front of a bar and driving her intoxicated at the Pyeongchang Olympics were released from jail.
A policeman from the Gangwon Provincial Police Agency said that the coach had been fined 5 million South Korean Won, or about $ 4,600, for driving under the Influence of the police. The officer says that the skier and his wife were fined 1 million won, about $ 930, for theft.
The officer was not allowed to speak to the media and spoke to the Associated Press under the guise of anonymity. Police say all three were intoxicated when they were arrested early Saturday. They were released from prison after 9 pm Saturday. They must pay the fine before leaving the country
The CEO of the Canadian Olympic Committee says that they take the deal "very, very seriously," but they can not comment until they 39 they know the results of the investigation. The committee refused to name the people involved, but the description given by the police is ski cross competitor Dave Duncan.
– Associated Press writer Kim Tong-hyung contributed from Gangneung, South Korea.
A high-level delegation of North Korean officials arrived in South Korea to attend the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Kim Yong Chol, top official of the North Korean party suspected of being behind. two deadly attacks against South Korea in 2010. They crossed the border in Paju around 10 am on Sunday local time.
Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump, will also attend the closing ceremony, but North Korea was not expected to come to Pyeongchang before Kim Jong Un's last-minute announcement on the day of New Year that he wished to see unfold in Pyeongchang.
The North Korean delegation will be in South Korea until Tuesday. Lauren Gibbs returns home from the Pyeongchang Olympics with a silver medal and a selfie with Ivanka Trump
Gibbs spent part of her Sunday morning watching the four-man bobsled competition with Trump, daughter of the US President Donald Trump. Ivanka Trump is part of the US delegation in Pyeongchang for the end of the games, and is in South Korea since Friday.
The president's daughter says that although she prefers skiing as a winter sport, her kids are more fans of bobsledding
Gibbs won the silver medal that she and Elana Meyers Taylor won in the women's bobsleigh event in Pyeongchang, and grabbed a selfie with Trump in the third round of the men's final on Sunday.
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The Swedes won the gold medal in the last match of a marathon curling festival. They beat South Korea 8-3 nine times to leave the "Garlic Girls" with a silver medal, which is the first Olympic medal of the hosts in the sport.
Sweden took control of the match by stealing a point back. the back ends – the fourth and the fifth – even though South Korea had the advantage of the last rock known as the hammer. After South Korea netted only one point in the sixth, Swedish captain Anna Hasselborg scored an investment on her last rock of the seventh to score three points and open a 7-2 lead.
The South Koreans took a point in the eighth but when they could not prevent the Swedes from scoring in the ninth, they conceded.
The Swedes hugged and jumped up and down on the ice. South Korean captain Kim Eun-jung, who became a popular heroine with her unexpected rise to the Olympic podium, took off her iconic owl glasses and wiped her tears.
The International Olympic Committee has confirmed its ban on Russia at the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, denying the country the opportunity to participate in the closing ceremony under its own flag.
The vote came Sunday a few hours before the closing ceremony
. banned from these Winter Games after a huge doping scandal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, but the IOC had left open the possibility of reinstatement before the start of the closing ceremony.
However, two of the more than 160 athletes competing in Russia tested positive for banned substances, including a curler who had to give up his bronze medal. That's half of the four cases of doping reported up here at this year's Olympics
Positive tests come after the IOC said Russian athletes had been "rigorously tested" months before the Games – and during them. ] 10:45 am
The International Olympic Committee's Executive Committee has recommended to maintain Russia's ban on the Pyeongchang Winter Games because of a massive doping scandal.
Members will vote on the proposal Sunday before the closing ceremony
The IOC could readmit the Russian team, continue the ban or hedge with what he termed "solution partial ".
IOC President Thomas Bach says Russia's reinstatement no longer requires positive anti-doping tests. Olympic Games. Two of the four athletes tested positive in Pyeongchang were competing as "Russian Olympic athletes".
Russia was banned from the Olympics because of widespread doping at the 2014 Sochi Games.
Four gold medals were awarded on the last day of the Pyeongchang Olympics
: medals were awarded to women's curling, four-man bobsleigh, men's hockey, and at the 50 km long distance race for women.
The "Garlic Girls" are in trouble in the curling match between South Korea and Sweden.
The South Korean team lost 4-1 to Sweden at half time Sunday morning. After scoring a point with the first end, the hosts gave up two points in the third, and Sweden stole a point in the fourth and fifth end, even though Korea had the last advantage known as the hammer
. fourth straight gold medal game, already winning two gold medals and a silver medal for the bronze medal won in 1998. But his men's team has been content with the # 1 gold medal Money with a surprising surprise of American men Saturday night. The king of the country attended the two matches
The female team led by Kim Eun-jung sparked enthusiasm in the host country with its backstory of the garlic producing region of South Korea and skip owl glasses
the Russian team after overturning the defending champion of Canada in the semifinals.
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