Buy South Korea ETF (EWY) on Olympics?

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 9, 2018

But, fellow Olympianthusiasts, we know very well that no games truly begin until the Olympic flame burns brightly and the parade of nations concludes. For the women, Jaelin Kauf is Team USA's best hope for a gold medal in moguls. Japan and China will also be expecting to fight for a spot at the top.

He scored 80.61 for his performance, good enough for fourth place among the 10 men in the team competition and seven points in the event's overall standings.

Tonight, though, will be all about Nathan Chen. A short program routine can not be longer than three minutes.

Alexa Scimeca-Knierim and Christopher Knierim compete in the Pairs Short Program during the 2018 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships at the SAP Center on January 4, 2018 in San Jose, California.

Thursday marks the start of competition for several sports.

Canada is sending its largest contingent of athletes ever to a Winter Olympic Games, with 225 in attendance.

Eighteen-year-old Nathan Chen has the best chance at taking home gold for the US figure skating team.

Despite being facing a heavy workload being the only pairs team for the U.S., wife and husband duo Alexa Scimeca Knierem and Chris Nierem will be following Chen in the team event in the pairs short program. They'd love to have a similar encore in South Korea. NBC has dodged that pothole, aided by a 14-hour time difference between Pyeongchang, South Korea, and North America's East Coast.

Mikael Kingsbury headlines the men's event.

Team USA's women's team will look to two rising stars to end its podium drought. Canadian Mikael Kingsbury has won six-straight world cups in the men's event. Also representing in various roles with the U.S. Olympic Committee are: Katherine Perry '16, McQella Adams '16, Sam Hale '17, Thomas Riley '17, Davis Tutt '15, Ross Valdez '14, and Tina Worley '17. Throw in the crowd favorite from the Rio games-the shirtless Tongan flag-bearer Pita Taufatofua (who qualified for these games in cross-country skiing), who has promised to make his entrance some sort of memorable moment-and you have the proper spectacle to kick off the fun. Canada's Manuel Osborne-Paradis clocked the fastest time in the first session, finishing ahead of Norway's Kjietel Jansrund.

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