Tags: Olympic Games (2018)

Wisconsin’s Annie Pankowski Tries to Leave College Hockey on Top

This weekend is Wisconsin forward Annie Pankowski’s last shot to go out a winner in college hockey. She is a three-time finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, which will be given out Saturday to the best female player in college hockey. She has never won. On Friday, she will play in the Frozen Four with…

Kikkan Randall’s Year: Olympic Glory Followed by Chemotherapy

PENTICTON, British Columbia — Inside the living room of her new home, Kikkan Randall held a wig in her hands. Her own hair is growing back, but it is still a long way from matching the shoulder-length coiffure with the pink streaks that she sported for much of her career to remind her audience that…

Lindsey Vonn: A Dominant Career in Photos

At the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, a little-known 17-year-old named Lindsey Kildow roared out of the start gate and into a shocking sixth-place finish, the best result for any American woman at those Winter Games. Kildow, five years before marriage would change her name to Lindsey Vonn, flashed a broad smile before startling reporters…