In-depth look at the Winter Paralympic Games
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In-depth look at the Winter Paralympic Games

Athletes will be competing in a total of six sports, including alpine skiing, biathlon and wheelchair curling. The basic rules are similar to that of the Olympics, but slightly different for the Paralympic games. Lee Ji-won explains further. Alpine skiing, biathlon, ice hockey,… these games might sound familiar, but at the Paralympics they are a […]

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PyeongChang Winter Olympics Day 5
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PyeongChang Winter Olympics Day 5

It’s day five of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. I’m Kim Hye-sung with the latest on the games. Let’s kick things off with the highlghts so far. In the women’s ice hockey prelimary match that ended an hour ago, the Unified Korea team lost to Japan by a score of four-to-one. Ice hockey was one […]

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Hunt Down The Freeman (Zero Punctuation)
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Hunt Down The Freeman (Zero Punctuation)

Sorry to fumble open an old wound like a frustrated teenage cinemagoer on a fourth date, but what do we think actually happened to Half-Life 3? Was it just shunted down the priority list because Team Fortress 2 needed some more fucking hats? Or knowing Valve, did they almost finish it two or three times […]

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The Second Largest Freezer in Norway
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The Second Largest Freezer in Norway

TOM SCOTT: The Youth Winter Olympic Games have brought me out to Lillehammer, in Norway, and to this: the Hunderfossen Bobsleigh Track, the second largest freezer in Norway. I know, you see “Norway” and “freezer”, and you think about the seed vault that’s up in the Arctic which is technically bigger than this but this […]

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