Sights on 2022

By Anna Kook Singapore speed skater Cheyenne Goh — the first winter Olympic competitor in the country’s history —set her sights on Beijing 2022 after her historic debut. Read the Channel NewsAsia story

Gehring’s challenging, inspiring journey

By Anna Kook Short-track speedskater Lana Gehring earned a bronze medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, but she did not compete in the Olympics in 2014. Now she is prepared and excited to be back in the Olympics. Read the Daily herald article

Skating with a heavy heart

By Anna Kook U.S. skaters Alexa Scimeca Knierim and husband Chris Knierim learned of the Parkland, Florida school shooting before their free skate. They wanted to skate in honor of the 17 individuals who died. Read the Chicago Tribune article

Positive thinking for Lehman

By Anna Kook Speedskater Emery Lehman was not disappointed with a second-to-last place finish at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Sure, he finished 21st out of 22 competitors, but that means he finished as the 21st best in the world. Read the Chicago Tribune...

Speedskating struggles for U.S.

By Anna Kook Brian Hansen and the rest of his U.S. teammates did not put in the performances they were hoping for in the 1,500 speedskating event at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Read the Daily Herald story

Korea prepares for Japan

By Anna Kook The unified Korean women’s hockey team prepares for a matchup against rival Japan and understands what a victory would mean to the respective nations. Read the USA Today story