As the Squib Games came to a close in Sochi, things heated up amid the slushy snow. Just after Avalanching concluded on Thursday, the Squib players were charged with the task of shoveling their way back down the mountain. Before they could get far, ten Cornish pixies mysteriously arrived on the scene. Three snatched Diggory Pitts’s (USA) shovel from his blistered hands and began to shovel snow on top of his head while the other pixies dumped snowballs down his underpants.
Good evening everyone and welcome to the final round of Skrewt Sledding! We’ve watched competitors from all over the globe with wands at the ready and blast-ended Skewt’s ablaze race down the half-mile snow covered slope for a chance at the gold. Things have been heating up (no pun intended) since earlier in the day as it appears one of the finalists, Alden Weatherby of the UK, has suffered an injury to his … feet… in the opening round and is up in arms with Adam Vakhrushev of Russia about it.
This year’s Unicorn Capture has ended in yet another consecutive (and un-interesting might I add) loss with no success by any of the competing teams. This unfruitful event, already ostracized by many as it is the only non-magical non-squib event, has truly turned up quite a laughable audience. After watching the players wander aimlessly around in the freezing cold for well over a few hours now, many are just excited to escape the stadium and warm themselves with Butterbeer.