LANSING, Mich. (WILX) -- In Pyeongchang, South Korea, the final day of the winter Olympics came to a close.
But there was still plenty of action on the ice and snow, as well as a decision about Russian dopers.
The 4-man bobsled was one of the final chances the U.S. had to win a medal in Pyeongchang, but the three American teams got buried by Germans and the host country, which has won all but one of its medals so far on the ice.
South Korea has also become the first Asian team to make it into an Olympic curling gold medal match, which it lost Saturday night to Sweden.
The women's silver is their nation's first curling medal.
The Shib sibs were among the figure skaters back on Olympic ice for a gala performance, but there were no scores this time - just pure enjoyment.
There were no Russian flags or uniforms at the closing ceremony.
That's the decision of the International Olympic Committee's executive board, after two Russians failed doping tests at these games.
The Russian athletes will once again march under the Olympic flag.
North Korea is sending another delegation of high level officials to the closing ceremony, while North Koreans have yet to see any of the winter games broadcast in their country.