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Japan’s Silver Medalist is Too Busy Playing Video Games to Look for a Relationship

Japan’s silver medalist figure skater Shoma Uno admitted in an interview with Aichi Prefecture-based newspaper Chunichi Shimbun that he has no time for romance as he is too busy playing video games.

The topic of romance was brought up in the interview when the publication mentioned 2010 Vancouver Olympics silver medalist, Mao Asada, Uno’s inspiration to pursue advanced level figure skating. According to SoraNews24, one of Asada’s goals was “romance.”

She Just Won an Olympic Gold Medal, But Instead of Celebrating, She Turned to Comfort Her Rival

Japanese speed skater Nao Kodaira, who recently won the gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, comforted her longtime competitor, South Korea’s Lee Sang-hwa.

Kodaira won the medal on Sunday in the 500m (meters) women’s speed skating event, setting a new Olympic record with a score of 36.94, while Lee only managed to earn the silver medal with a score of 37.33, Yahoo Sports reported.

Mutual respect between ‘rivals’ Nao Kodaira and Lee Sang-hwa, who finished first and second in the women’s 500 meters speed skating. via /r/sports

‘Olympics Porn’ is Skyrocketing in South Korea, According to PornHub

When it comes to the Olympics, one thing immediately comes to mind: tradition. From the torch relay to the ceremonial playing of the national anthems each time a gold medalist is announced, tradition plays a huge factor in what makes the Olympics great…amongst other things, of course.

Speaking of traditions, Pornhub has one of its own — any time a major event occurs, the site takes a look at its analytics to let readers know if there’s been any changes in our consumption of certain videos. And with these Winter games, it looks like something is making our Olympic torches…excited.

NBC Will Keep Pronouncing ‘Pyeongchang’ Wrong Because They DGAF

NBC Olympics

NBC is adamant about its pronunciation of Korean Olympic city, Pyeongchang, despite the fact that they’ve been pronouncing it incorrectly — on purpose.

Australian Commentator Really Can’t Tell Chinese Skiers Apart During the Winter Olympics

Former Australian Olympian Jacqui Cooper has been accused of racism after saying “all Chinese competitors look the same” during Channel Seven’s coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Cooper, 45, made the comment about Chinese athletes during the first stages of the women’s skiing aerials at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Thursday night, the Herald Sun reported. “Double-twisting double summersault. Not a massive degree of difficulty. Very nicely done, great control. Very Chinese,” she said of aerial skier Yan Ting’s first jump. “They all look the same, they’re very hard to tell who’s who.”

Wtf did Jacqui cooper really just say that @7olympics

Russian Olympian Needs No Gold Medal — She Now Has a Signed EXO Album

Evgenia Medvedeva, who is competing at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, is a self-proclaimed K-pop fan.

Chicago News Station Thinks the 2018 Winter Olympics is Happening at P.F. Chang’s

Athletes from around the world are now competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics currently being held in the county of Pyeongchang, South Korea, but apparently, one Chicago news station thinks that the event is happening at “P.F. Chang’s”.

The mix-up occurred during a report broadcast on Saturday morning when the backdrop of the Winter Olympics showed “P.F. Chang 2018” instead of “PyeongChang 2018”. Even the Olympic rings logo was all wrong.

good god