The 2018 PyeongChang Closing Ceremony — Sights and Sounds

The 2018 PyeongChang Closing Ceremony — Sights and Sounds

The 2018 PyeongChang Closing Ceremony — Sights and Sounds

Athletes from various nations gathered at the 2018 Olympics closing ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea, today. Stratton Elite's Jessie Diggins was the flag bearer for team U.S. during the closing ceremonies.

It was followed by a Beijing 2022 presentation which saw 24 luminescent screens, each representing an edition of the past Winter Olympics, appear on the stage.

"Only a few people get to do it, which is insane", Sadowski-Synnott, who won bronze, said on Sunday.

North Korea were represented by Kim Yong Chol, Vice-Chairman of the Party Central Committee, at the Closing Ceremony.

Flagbearers entered PyeongChang Olympic Stadium before their fellow athletes and stood in a circle in the centre, with the parade then happening around them.

Team USA received nine gold medals, eight silver medals and eight bronze medals.

Nico Porteous gets a lift.

Bach expressed his thanks to South Korean President Moon Jae-in for what he described as his "personal commitment and determination to make these Games so successful in every way".

As they did in the Opening Ceremony North and South Korea marched together under the Korean Unification Flag.

"You have shown how sport brings people together in our fragile world; you have shown how sport builds bridges".

The Winter Olympics came to an end with a bang. We offer our hand to everybody to join forces in this faith in the future.

Stop it, Yahoo. Enough already with the shirtless Tongan.

Russian hackers attacked South Korean government computers during the Winter Olympics, but made it look like the attack was carried out by the North, US intelligence agencies believe.

'These are cases of negligence and there is no indication for a systemic doping affair here or any involvement of the Olympic Athletes from Russia leadership or the Russian Olympic Committee.' Curler Alexandr Krushelnitckii and bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva both tested positive during the Games.

Bronze medallists Zoi Sadowski Synnott and Nico Porteous pose for a portrait on day 14 of the Winter Olympics.

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