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U.S. men's curling team member John Shuster is welcomed and cheered on by hundreds of curling fans under a canopy of curling brooms during a public recognition program for Twin Ports Olympians in Duluth, Minn., on Tuesday. Derek Montgomery for MPR News hide caption

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Sweet Redemption As Men's Curling Team Brings Olympic Gold Home To Duluth

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Cross-country skier Iivo Niskanen of Finland celebrates winning the men's 50-kilometer mass start classic race on Feb. 24. His was Finland's first gold medal of the Pyeongchang Games. Ian MacNicol/Getty Images hide caption

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Artists perform near the Olympic flame during the closing ceremony. "Although parting is sad, we will remember Pyeongchang with beautiful memories," said Lee Hee-beom, the Pyeongchang Olympics organizing committee president. Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Gold medalist figure skater Alina Zagitova, who competed as an Olympic athlete from Russia, heard the Olympic anthem as she stood on the podium for her medal ceremony. Eric Gaillard/Reuters hide caption

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Canada's gold medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir celebrate on the podium during the medal ceremony for the figure skating ice dance. The 2018 Winter Games have seen the country win 29 medals. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yeong Mi Kim of South Korea delivers a stone during the women's gold medal match between Sweden and Korea. Her beloved team won silver. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images hide caption

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Dave Duncan of Canada competes in the freestyle skiing men's ski cross seeding at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The athlete was arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly stealing a car. Cameron Spencer/Getty Images hide caption

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Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova, competing as Olympic Athletes from Russia, react in the finish area during the women's bobsleigh heats on Wednesday in the Pyeongchang Olympics. Clive Mason/Getty Images hide caption

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Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic celebrates winning gold in the ladies' snowboard parallel giant slalom at the Pyeongchang Olympic Games Saturday. Clive Rose/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. curling skipper John Shuster led the Americans to a 10-7 victory in their gold medal game against Sweden at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Speedskaters Elise Christie of Great Britain gets by Kim Boutin of Canada and Andrea Keszler of Hungary as they fall during the Ladies' 500m quarterfinal on Feb. 13. "If the pass is gonna be close or tight," says U.S. speedskater J.R. Celski, "we usually say 'bombs,' like 'Uh-oh, something's gonna blow up!' So it's like an explosion. It most likely means people are falling." Richard Heathcote/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Bonk' To 'Bombs' And 'Fly Swat': A Guide To Olympic Slang

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Elvedina Muzaferija of Bosnia and Herzegovina start a run during Alpine Skiing women's downhill training on day 10 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Jeongseon Alpine Centre on Feb. 19, 2018 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Members of the South Korean women's curling team celebrate after their semifinal victory over Japan on Friday. The upset puts the team, which has become a sensation in the Olympic host country, into a gold medal round match-up with Sweden. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva, right, is the second Russian athlete to fail a doping test at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. She's seen here with her teammate, Anastasia Kocherzhova. Edgar Su/REUTERS hide caption

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Russian girls stand next to photos of Russia's President Vladimir Putin during the opening of the Sports House, set up to support the Russian delegation of the 2018 Winter Olympics, in Gangneung on Feb. 9. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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Two South Korean speedskaters face public outrage for unsportsmanlike behavior during a race. Now fans want them banned from the national team. Aris Messinis /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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American curler Tyler George celebrates the U.S. team's upset over Canada during the semifinal round Thursday. The stunner puts the U.S. into the gold medal round, where Sweden awaits. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images hide caption

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