"You have shown how sport brings people together in our very fragile world," said International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach to Korean athletes at the closing ceremony for the #Pyeongchang2018 Olympics https://t.co/sP5pSON2ER
With their white-gloved, greying drivers and lace-covered seating, Japans taxis seem to belong to another era, but as the 2020 Olympics approach, the sedate sector is facing a quiet revolution https://t.co/PSBgxDAOt6
The Journey to Remember acts as a reminder for those who couldnt be with us to watch #PyeongChang2018.
Inspired by the traditional Korean funeral procession, the use of a turtle is to relay messages from humans to the gods. https://t.co/OcK7gMbjQi (Getty)
What about this for a VIP box at the #PyeongChang2018 closing ceremony? Ivanka Trump stands with South Korea’s first couple President Moon Jae-in and Kim Jung-sook. Controversial North Korean figure Kim Yong Chol is stood (top right) just behind. https://t.co/EvRXEvHlF7
The #PyeongChang2018 closing ceremony is well underway! Its been a Games that has mixed sport and politics in equal measure.
Follow live updates as the Winter Olympics draws to an end: https://t.co/sMLkjcY9mm
Here are the final medal table standings at the #PyeongChang2018 Winter Olympics.
Both Germany and Norway finished with 14 golds each, but Norways total haul of 39 medals -- a record for a single Winter Games -- sees them overhaul the Germans at the top. https://t.co/ozjMES9eqF
OAR athletes sing Russian national anthem after beating Germany to win gold in the mens ice hockey final -- violating the strict neutrality rules of the International Olympic Committee https://t.co/8QLGgleMfC#PyeongChang2018
OAR athletes sing Russian national anthem after beating Germany to win gold in the mens ice hockey final -- violating the strict neutrality rules the International Olympic Committee https://t.co/sryuCo7Xlt#PyeongChang2018
"I picture them skating through my living room." Meet the man from Minnesota whos been impacted by the PyeongChang Winter Olympics a little more than he anticipated.
Hes a naturalized South Korean citizen whose home used to be where the Olympic Ice Arena now is. https://t.co/bUkydSYtpY
"I didnt even know where Korea was when I got on the plane." Meet the man from Minnesota whos been impacted by #PyeongChang2018 a little more than he anticipated.
Hes a naturalized South Korean citizen whose home use to be where the Olympic Ice Arena now is. https://t.co/0lelYwDMVJ
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