These Olympic Athletes Are Using Tinder At The Winter Olympics



Moon has always expressed a desire to reach out to North Korea. As the world-record holder in the 1,500 since November 2015, Bergsma has set her sights on reaching the podium in PyeongChang after coming up short at both the 2010 Vancouver Games and the 2014 Sochi Games. At left is North Korea's nominal head of state Kim Yong Nam.

Officials with the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics have now confirmed that local intranets at the games were hacked as the opening ceremonies commenced.

Nothing has been settled on any trip north by South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

The house was built by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Prior to the beginning of opening ceremony festivities, the Pyeongchang 2018 official Olympics web presence stopped functioning, and users could not access pages or print event tickets.

The performances that will determine the difference between second and third come in the men's free skate, which opens the night of skating at Gangneung Ice Arena.

Even so, there's also cautious optimism, or curiosity at least. All the great and messy things about being human.

They are scheduled to watch a concert in Seoul, performed by the visiting North Korean art troupe, together with Mr Moon.

The article made note of the growing number of condoms handed out at each games.

Signs of discord in the US-South Korea alliance were evident immediately after the announcement. It was a sharp, but possibly fleeting, contrast with many months of rising tensions connected to the North's continued development of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.

Local fans took pictures of the cheerleaders, who smiled for the cameras before unfurling a unification flag at the final buzzer.

It turns out the IOC is remaining coy about what it does and does not know about Friday's cyberattack. Others stood in front of them to take selfies with the cheerleaders in the background.

Foster Klug, South Korea bureau chief for The Associated Press, has covered the Koreas since 2005.

The North Korean cheerleaders charmed the crowd with nostalgic oldies.

"But I haven't been to Pyongyang", Moon said, according to comments provided by his office.

Temperatures are forecast to plunge to -14 degrees Celsius (6.8 Fahrenheit) on Monday, will feel like a shivering -25C in the strong, mountainside wind.

The Weather Channel was reporting more cold weather ahead with another cold snap moving in, but with the chill easing off later next week.

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach then handed the podium to Moon, who declared the Olympics officially open. Saturday's game ended in a crushing 8-0 loss to Switzerland.

The jitters among allies spiked recently when the administration withdrew the nomination of Victor Cha, a former staffer on the NSC under George W. Bush.

"We're not focused on the politics", said Sarah Murray, the 29-year-old coach of the Korean team, who is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada.

By also sending a youthful, photogenic individual who would surely draw international attention at the Olympics, Kim might have also been trying to construct a fresher image of the country, particularly in face of U.S. efforts to use the Olympics as an occasion to highlight the North's brutal human rights record. She has an astounding 14 world championship medals to her name, including gold in the 1,500 last year, which came on this very oval. Now Moon, while not lobbying for its return, clearly wants to engage the North. Pence carried a similar message.