When Are the Olympics Closing Ceremonies?

Canadian Olympic athletes will celebrate a record medal haul when they march in the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics (6 a.m. ET Sunday, CBC). The pair took the one-two spots ahead of Fanny Smith of Switzerland who finished third for the bronze medal. Even if things were to go well over the handful of remaining events, the team will fall more than 10 medals short of the goal.

The Americans secured their worst showing in modern-era Olympic women's figure skating with Mirai Nagasu failing to get any lift on her triple Axel and popping a triple Lutz.

That's a bronze-medal smile for Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond after the presentation in Pyeongchang on Friday.

She said at some point - after the Winter Games are over - she will think about what she has accomplished. Leading up to the ceremony, there will be four final events to catch on February 25, including men's bobsledding, women's cross-country skiing, women's curling and men's hockey.

Meyers Taylor and Gibbs finished just 0.07 seconds behind Germany's Mariana Jamanka and Lisa Buckwitz.

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Under that same "stretch" scenario across all sports, the document said the US could win 59 medals, which would've shattered its 37 medal haul in 2010, the all-time mark for any Winter team.

The 37-year-old Bjoergen was also all smiles after winning her fourth medal of the Pyeongchang Games. Meyers Taylor and Kaillie Humphries of Canada are also the only women in the world who have won three Olympic bobsled medals.

Kelsey Serwa and Brittany Phelan took home gold and silver in the women's ski-cross event. The badass duo made history as the first American women to ever win a medal-let alone a gold medal-in cross-country skiing.

(SMI), a Michigan-based company which has been responsible for installing snow-making machines at seven Winter Olympics including the Pyeongchang games. Diggins, who notched four other top-six finishes at the 2018 Winter Games, is the first cross-country skier to be selected as the US flag bearer for the closing ceremony.

The events will be broadcast on NBC and NBCSN (all times Eastern).

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