Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released in South Korea incident

Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released in South Korea incident

Canadian athlete Dave Duncan arrested, released in South Korea incident

Chris Overholt, the chief executive of the Canadian Olympic Committee, revealed an event of this nature did take place. The legal limit in South Korea is 0.05.

Canadian freestyle skier David Duncan, being in an alcohol intoxication, stole the vehicle at the Olympics-2018.

Raine also apologized for his "inexcusable actions", saying that "words are not enough to express how sorry I am".

Police in Pyeongchang and at the Gangwon Provincial Police Agency say the three remain in custody, but likely could be released if they pay a fine.

The manager, who was also charged with drink driving, then reportedly drove off with the vehicle before being stopped by police.

A concluding story to the games that Canada will undoubtedly look on with some dismay, Duncan was not among those to have claimed one of the country's 28 medals.

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Duncan, 35, finished eighth in the men's ski cross small final on Wednesday.

Susan Ormiston of CBC reports that a Canadian athlete and manager were arrested in South Korea for stealing a vehicle and driving drunk.

A Canadian Olympian might have gone a little too far in his post-Olympic celebrations in PyeongChang.

"We have information that individuals attached to our team were involved in the investigation and they're cooperating, and we take this matter, of course, very, very seriously", he said, according to CBC. "We engaged in behavior that demonstrated poor judgment and was not up to the standards expected of us as members of the Canadian Olympic Team or as Canadians", the statement from David and Maja Margrethe Duncan read.

The COC abruptly cancelled a scheduled news conference Saturday morning with women's ski cross racers Kelsey Serwa and Brittany Phelan, who had won gold and silver respectively the previous day.

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