Cuban runner Omara Durand is partially blind but wants to compete in the able-bodied Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Authorities must now decide if she can run with a guide.
Drama in the ladies' speedskating 500m final, pain and joy in the luge and finally a gold medal for the man considered the world's best skiier. Day 4 in Pyeongchang was packed full of medals and madness.
The evidence is clear - there was a systematic doping program in some Russian sports. But tying the wrongdoing of a nation to individual athletes was always going to be hard. The IOC now faces another huge crisis.
Pita Taufatofua shot to worldwide fame as the bare-chested and oiled Tongan athlete who carried his country's flag at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Now he's qualified for the Pyeongchang Winter Games as a cross-country skier.
The International Paralympic Committee has maintained its suspension of the Russian Paralympic Committee over evidence of systematic doping in Russia. However, some may be allowed to compete in Pyeongchang as neutrals.
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