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It wouldn't be an Olympic speedskating competition without Kleintje Pils.
The Holland Heineken House has always been one of the top party spots at the Olympic Games, with Dutch fans, athletes and sponsors getting together for raucous celebrations night after night.
Religious clerics in the UAE have issued a fatwa against one-way trips to Mars, arguing that inhabiting the Red Planet goes against Islamic teachings.
The Dutch swept their fourth podium, but Norway was even more impressive.
Carien Kleibeuker's eyes widened and she chuckled upon hearing herself introduced as the Olympic bronze medalist who is 35 years and 344 days old.
The politics got a little hotter. The slopes got a lot slushier.
With a stunner of a finishing kick, Jorrit Bergsma knocked off the world's greatest distance skater, winning the 10,000 meters with an Olympic-record time on Tuesday.
Dutch speedskater Bob de Jong was absolutely despondent after his 10,000-meter race on Tuesday.
Snowboarder Nate Holland never tried to hide it: The Olympics are the last hole in his otherwise stellar resume, and he really wanted to win here.