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Winter Olympics 2018: Canadian athlete charged with stealing auto

25 February 2018

Raine is a former Olympian himself, having competed in the alpine skiing in the 1992 Games in Albertville.

The athlete, identified as Dave Duncan by CBC, was accompanied by his wife and manager when they jumped in a parked Hummer that belonged to a 57-year-old tourist visiting the South Korean county for the Olympics, according to local reports.

"We expect our athletes and team members to conduct themselves responsibly and in keeping with our Canadian and Olympic values", said Overholt. It was informed that unless it is proved a serious crime, they would be able to leave the country after paying a fine.

A London ski cross racer and another Canadian were arrested and detained for drunk driving and stealing a vehicle at the 2018 Winter Olympics, according to local police.

"We are deeply sorry", said David and Maja. But Raine singled out "the owner of the vehicle that was involved" in his statement.

Raine called his actions "inexcusable".

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One of the people in the vehicle was passed out when arrested, he said.

The three were released on Saturday but restricted from leaving Canada, CBC reported.

Duncan finished eighth in the ski cross competition on Wednesday, while his teammate Brady Leman won gold. We are deeply disappointed in the behaviours of these individuals.

South Korea's police have concluded their investigation and released the team members, said Chris Overholt, CEO and secretary general of the Canadian Olympic Committee. However until we know the results of the investigation we're not really in a position to comment further, ' he added.

"We are aware that they are cooperating with the authorities on this matter". He later said on Instagram, "So this is what an Olympics is supposed to feel like".

Winter Olympics 2018: Canadian athlete charged with stealing auto