Olympic sports have their own special vernacular — colorful slang terms that are head-scratchers to an outsider.
Here in Pyeongchang, I've made it my mission to crack the code. So I cornered as many Olympic athletes as I could and asked them to divulge their terms of the trade.
When I asked U.S. biathlete Tim Burke for his best example, he didn't hesitate.
"If you have a bad crash, a lot of times we call that a 'yard sale,'" he told me.
Yard sale! I was intrigued.