Posts by SNS Staff

Sweeping the Preliminaries

Team USA Sweeps Sled Hockey Preliminary Matches, beats Korea   Online Exclusive posted Tuesday, March 13, 2018 – 8:37am By Josh Eisenberg The volume was 106.8 Db. The house shook. This was not a metaphor… the house literally shook. It was standing room only. There were more butts than seats. “Loud” or “deafening” weren’t the […]

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Czechmate

Team USA Hockey calls ‘Czechmate’ in Pyeongchang   Online Exclusive posted Monday, March 12, 2018 – 8:42am By Josh Eisenberg After Team USA used the power of ten goals to defeat Japan in their previous match, game number two of the preliminary round on Monday for the U.S. Sled Hockey Team was par for the […]

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Paralympic Winter Games Recap Day Two

After two days at the Paralympic Winter Games, America is in the lead with nine medals and staying hungry for gold   Online Exclusive posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 – 6:47pm By Josh Eisenberg Recap Day Two: Four New Shiny Medals for USA   It was a warm day today full of turns and new […]

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No Mercy

USA’s Sled Hockey Team shows Japan No Mercy Online Exclusive posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 – 1:50pm By Josh Eisenberg    “Chippy”, that’s one way to describe the number #2 ranked United States Sled Hockey team. That statement says more than you would think. The team has a chip on their shoulder after talking to […]

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Redemption on the Slopes

Andrew Kurka Finds Paralympic Redemption On the Slopes   Online Exclusive posted Saturday, March 10, 2018 – 10:11am By Orge Castellano Whether he is hanging out at the Paralympic village, doing interviews at the mixed zone or just out in the field of play racing ferociously the clock or his competitors on the course, you […]

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Paralympic Winter Games Open

Opening Ceremony Dazzles With Passion for Movement   Online Exclusive posted Saturday, March 10, 2018 – 10:29am By Wheelchair Sports Federation Staff The cold, foggy night was unable to stop the party that was forthcoming when a cast of thousands in attendance were watching from inside the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, while the rest of the […]

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Curling Fever

Team USA curlers are ready to rock ‘n roll in Pyeongchang   Online Exclusive posted Friday, March 9, 2018 – 10:17am By Josh Eisenberg/Wheelchair Sports Federation Ask any American about the sport they feel like they could be a part of, be it in an Olympic or Paralympic setting, the answer more often than not, […]

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Paralympic Winter Games Coverage

More than 250 hours of Paralympic coverage planned from PyeongChang, South Korea   Online Exclusive posted Tuesday, March 6, 2018 – 10:48am NBC Olympics will present comprehensive and unprecedented coverage of the 2018 Paralympic Games from PyeongChang, South Korea, beginning this Friday, March 9, with the Opening Ceremony at 6 a.m. ET on NBCSN, as part of […]

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A Natural Progression

U.S. Olympic Committee welcomes new high-performance director for Paralympic Track and Field   Online Exclusive posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018 – 2:43pm By Jenna Ciccotelli On the night before she would lead Northeastern University’s track and field team to New England Championships in her first year as the program’s head coach, Catherine Erickson slipped and […]

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Piers Park Sailing For All

In Boston, all-inclusive sailing programs aim to foster lifelong love of sport   Online Exclusive posted Monday, February 12, 2018 – 2:55pm By Jenna Ciccotelli Away from the swirling, biting winds typical of the first weekend in February, the modest Piers Park Sailing Center in East Boston, Mass., stands at the edge of the water […]

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