"Athletes post-Olympics or post-retirement need a lot of support, a lot of people reminding them of their worth beyond just their athletic achievements and results," says therapist Holly Brooks.
Women are approaching gender parity at the Winter Games. They've also dominated news coverage because of powerhouse stars like Eileen Gu and because of tragic cases like Kamila Valieva.
The International Olympic Committee says it will abide by a decision that 15-year-old Kamila Valieva be allowed to skate in Beijing but if she wins "no medal ceremony will take place."
Star Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva submitted a doping sample December 25th. It showed she used a banned substance, but the results weren't revealed until after she competed in Beijing.
Take some time to enjoy pictures of the bigger and lesser- known moments from the winter games.
Canada's 4-2 victory over the U.S. in group play gives the Canadians the top-seed heading into the quarterfinals. The U.S., the defending gold medalists, also advance to the quarterfinals.
Ryan Cochran-Siegle's Vermont family has sent six athletes to the Winter Olympics. His mom, Barbara Cochran, won gold in Sapporo, Japan, as an alpine ski racer in 1972.
Twelve years after Nodar Kumaritashvili died in a luge crash at the Vancouver Winter Olympics, his cousin Saba is racing in Beijing. "I wasn't afraid. I wanted to be in the Olympics to race."
"I think the more important part of my story for myself at least is that I'm still here," said U.S. luger Emily Sweeney, who suffered a devastating crash at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.