The International Olympic Committee wrapped up three days of meetings on Wednesday. During that time, they discussed everything from rotating the Olympic Games within a pool of host cities to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Utah may be an option for future winter games.
When former members of the U.S. snowboarding team sought help reporting sexual-abuse allegations against a longtime coach, they were met with conflicting information that left them unsure of where to turn. A social media post during the Olympics by a former U.S. team member led to allegations that coach Peter Foley had molested them, coerced them into taking naked pictures, crawled into bed with them and nurtured an atmosphere in which women were treated as sex objects.
No fans, incredible athletes and a zero COVID policy. This week we dive into the unique experience of the 2022 Winter Olympics with colleagues Alex Cabrero and Jay Hancock, who covered the Games from Beijing for KSL TV.
KSL's Alex Cabrero was one of the few NBC affiliate reporters who traveled to China for the 2022 Winter Olympics. He was also there for KSL, reporting on the 2008 Summer Olympics, and says the lasting legacy of 2022 will be very different.
The terrarium of a Winter Games that has been Beijing 2022 came to its end Sunday, capping an unprecedented Asian Olympic trifecta and sending the planet’s most global sporting event off to the West for the foreseeable future.
Much of our lives revolves around social media. Liking, retweeting, snapping, swiping right — it's all a normal part of the day. But it's also giving us a behind the scenes look at a day in the life of Team USA athletes during their time in Beijing.
The Olympics are always filled with memorable moments and images we'll never forget. But did you know, some of those shots, and the sights and sounds of the Games, were captured by a Utah broadcast crew?
Dozens of Utah athletes are representing Team USA in Beijing, but we also have a lot of International athletes competing as well. KSL's Alex Cabrero spoke with a Utah man who is helping his home country produce even more Olympians.
KSL's Alex Cabrero got another chance to talk to Nathan Chen after his Gold medal-winning performance in Men's Figure Skating in Beijing. This time, they chatted about Nathan's efforts to bring the Games back to Utah.
Freestyle aerialist skier Winter Vinecki moved to Park City when she was 13 years old to start skiing, four years after her dad passed away from prostate cancer. She says competing isn't all about herself; she does it for a greater cause.