Adam Rippon wants to look “slutty’ when he skates

see also Adam Rippon is Team USA’s most outspoken competitor — and he channels that brazenness in his skating costumes, too. When it comes to fashion, “Adam is interested in a lot of things that all the other guys seem to be afraid of,” LA-based designer Braden Overett tells The Post. That

High winds injure 16 at the Olympics

Pyeongchang Olympic organizers say 16 people were treated for scrapes and light injuries caused by high winds whipping through some venues. Organizing committee spokesman Sung Baik-you says 13 staff members and three spectators were injured Wednesday. All were released. Sung says most of the damage was in the Olympic Park

Olympic figure skater rescues dog headed to Korean meat farm

Is there a gold medal in animal rights? Olympic figure skater Meagan Duhamel of Canada adopted a South Korean dog destined for the dinner table and she’s imploring her fellow athletes to do the same at the Pyeongchang Winter Games. The two-time world champion took home a mini-dachshund named Moo-tae

Olympics 2018: Freestyle skier Nick Goepper shares his Must List

As Team USA soars through the air and vies for Olympic glory in PyeongChang, the athletes are also taking some much needed time to kick back and clear their heads with their favorite forms of entertainment. For freestyle skier Nick Goepper, two-time Olympian and a bronze medalist in Sochi in 2014, rest

Olympics 2018: Luger Chris Mazdzer loves This Is Us, electronic music

Olympian Chris Mazdzer secured the first luge medal in U.S. history Sunday, ending a 54-year drought for the United States. In his third Winter Games, the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, native finished behind Austria’s David Gleirscher and will be bringing home a silver medal. “It’s 16 years in the making,” Mazdzer

Kim Jong Un’s sister arrives in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea — The plane carrying a high-level North Korean government delegation including leader Kim Jong Un’s sister has arrived in South Korea to attend the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Kim Yo Jong will be the first member of North Korea’s ruling family to set

Olympics Opening Ceremony: Who is U.S. flag bearer Erin Hamlin?

Team USA has named their flag bearer for the 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony in PyeongChang: Erin Hamlin, the first U.S. athlete ever to win an Olympic singles luge medal. Hamlin, 31, from Remsen, New York, is already a three-time Olympic athlete. She earned a bronze medal at the

South Korean president to meet Kim Jong Un’s sister during Olympics

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean President Moon Jae-in plans to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister and other senior North Korean officials who are coming to the South on Friday for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Moon’s spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom also said Thursday the North Korean

North Korea not interested in meeting with Pence during Olympics

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — North Korea says it is not interested in meeting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence while he is in South Korea for the Pyeongchang Olympics. With Pyongyang sending a senior delegation — including Kim Jong Un’s younger sister — rumors had circulated such a meeting could

North Korea holds military parade on eve of Olympics

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea has held a military parade and rally on Kim Il Sung Square a day before South Korea holds the opening ceremony for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. More than 10,000 troops had trained for the parade in advance. Residents practiced in plazas around the

Hundreds of North Korean cheerleaders arrive for Olympic games

INJE, South Korea — A 229-member strong, all-female cheering section has arrived from North Korea for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The squad, which features women chosen for their youth, good looks and enthusiasm, has been allowed to root for the North’s much smaller contingent of athletes — only about

Super Bowl LII: Shaun White in Olympics commercial

Snowboarder Shaun White is ready for redemption after failing to medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi — and his determination is evident throughout his Super Bowl commercial. Set to Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man,” the spot shows the 31-year-old two-time Olympic gold medalist with a laser focus on his

28 Russians have Olympic doping bans lifted

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Twenty-eight Russian athletes have had their Olympic doping bans overturned, throwing the International Olympic Committee’s policy on Russian doping into turmoil. The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled on Thursday that evidence was “insufficient” that the 28 — including several medalists — had broken anti-doping

North Korean flag flies in South days before Olympics

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — In a rare sight, North Korean flags flew in South Korea on Thursday as the South prepared for the Winter Olympics that has brought a temporary lull to tensions surrounding the North’s nuclear program. The Olympic village in Gangneung turned into a selfie site as

Super Bowl commercial: Olympian Nathan Chen in NBC ad

With five quadruple jumps in his long program, figure skater Nathan Chen deserves to arrive in Pyeongchang, South Korea, for the 2018 Winter Olympics with a little James Brown-like swagger. And, yeah, he deserves his own Super Bowl commercial about it, too. So NBC delivered. In the spot above

Japan warns about falling for North Korea’s ‘charm offensive’

Japan warned about falling for North Korea’s “charm offensive” after the regime agreed to send 230 cheerleaders to the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month.​ “I am aware that some people argue that because North Korea is engaging in inter-Korean dialogue, we should reward them by lifting up

South Korea urges US to delay military drills before Olympics

South Korea is urging the US to postpone their next round of joint military exercises until after the Winter Olympics to avoid provoking North Korea, according to a report. President Moon Jae-in told NBC News that the drills could be delayed if Pyongyang also shows willingness to pause its

Team USA is opening a pop-up store in Rockefeller Center

The Big Apple is getting a taste of the Pyeongchang winter games on Tuesday when a Team USA shop opens here, The Post has learned. The US Olympic Committee and Fanatics, the licensed sports gear maker that runs the Team USA Shop web site, are opening a pop-up store

A robot carried the Olympic torch in South Korea

Robots are coming for the Olympics. On Monday, the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology’s humanoid robot, HUBO, carried the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics relay torch during a stretch in Daejon, South Korea. HUBO – decked out in an Olympic beanie — received the torch from Professor Dennis Hong, the

South Korea tries to convince the world the Olympics will be safe

South Korea is hosting officials and executives from around 120 embassies and companies Friday to assure them that February’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang will be safe — despite nuclear threats from nearby North Korea. The country’s Foreign Ministry planned to host officials from the U.S., Japan, Russia and China, as well