Med student’s unexpected training

By Olivia Reiner Korea hockey player and Columbia medical student Carline Park received some unexpected real-world training during the 2018 Winter Olympics after suffering a high ankle sprain. Read the am New York article

Kessel eyes hockey redemption

By Olivia Reiner Amanda Kessel returned from the 2014 Winter Olympics with a silver medal and uncertainty about whether she’d ever be able to compete in the Olympics again. Kessel is back, and she and her U.S. teammates are going for gold. Read the am New York...

Soaking in the Olympic experience

By Olivia Reiner Alpine skier Besnik Sokoli didn’t qualify for the Olympics, but that didn’t stop him from traveling to South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics — thanks to the Kosovo Ski Federation. Read the am New York article

Living in the moment

By Olivia Reiner As the son of a retired FDNY medic, Olympic skeleton competitor John Daly knows all about the importance of being resilient. Read the am New York article

Seeking Olympic luge glory

By Olivia Reiner Meet Pennsylvanians Andrew Sherk and Jayson Terdiman, who will represent the U.S. in luge at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Read the Philadelphia Inquirer story

Family pushes Britcher

By Olivia Reiner As a kid, Summer Britcher was always competing against her three older siblings. That competitive spirit continues to drive Britcher, who now is taking on the best luge athletes in the world at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Read The Inquirer...