Feb 17, 2014 8:20am

Bode Miller Breaks Down After Bronze Medal Finish

U.S. skier Bode Miller broke down in tears after tying for a bronze medal in the men’s Super-G when he spoke about his brother, an Olympic hopeful who died last year. Miller’s brother Chelone died in April 2013 after suffering a seizure, a lingering effect… Read More »

Feb 16, 2014 5:16pm

Jamaica Hypes Olympics With ‘Bobsled Song’

The tiny country of Jamaica has figured one way to celebrate its Olympic athletes, with their own song and music video. The Jamaican tourism agency has released a music video in honor of the country’s beloved bobsled team. Called “It’s Bobsled Time,” the music video… Read More »

Feb 16, 2014 3:54pm

US and Canadian Ski Instructors Monkey Around at Sochi

Just because you’re a grown man and an Olympic ski coach, doesn’t mean you can’t still climb trees, or don a chimpanzee mask while doing so. This was proven after Team U.S.A. coach Scotty Veenis and Canadian coach Rewk Patton were snapped monkeying around in… Read More »

Feb 15, 2014 1:40pm

U.S. Figure Skater Jeremy Abbott Flips Critics the Bird After Infamous Ice Spill

Olympic figure skater Jeremy Abbott hit back at the critics taking swipes at him since his slip in the men’s short program, giving them the middle finger and saying anyone who thinks what he does is easy is “a damn idiot.” “I just want to… Read More »

Feb 14, 2014 11:46am

Who Is Ted Ligety? Everything You Need to Know

Name: Ted Ligety Events: Combined, Downhill, Giant Slalom, Slalom, Super G Stats: 29; 5 foot 11 Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah Olympic Record: Gold in 2006; Competed in 2006 and 2010 Background: A two-time Olympian, Ligety arrives in Sochi following one of the best years… Read More »

Feb 13, 2014 3:52pm

How Last Place Speed Skater Won Gold Medal

  China’s Li Jianrou wasn’t even at the front of the pack in the women’s 500 meters short track race today, but she’s the new Olympic champion.  Li was the only skater not to fall in the wild final, which made her the first to cross… Read More »

Feb 13, 2014 1:14pm

Meet Gold Medalist Tina Maze, Who Is Also a Pop Star

Olympic gold medalist Tina Maze has quite the double life. The 30-year-old skier won the gold medal in an unprecedented tie in the women’s downhill race on Wednesday.  She’s also a pop star in her native Slovenia. Maze’s single, “My Way Is My Decision,” shot… Read More »

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Feb 13, 2014 12:48pm

These Olympians Ripped Through a Changing Room Wall

Photo courtesy of Trevor Morrice BY MICAH GRIMES Let there be peace. In a feat of international diplomacy, the athletically warring nations of Team Canada and Team USA have displayed a mutualism not seen since Niagara Falls or the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of… Read More »

Feb 13, 2014 11:42am

Olympic Bobsled Slams into Track Worker

A track worker was struck by a forerunner sled just before bobsled training runs began today and was rushed to the hospital by helicopter with two broken legs. “The worker was injured, received immediate medical assistance on the track and was then taken to hospital,”… Read More »

Feb 13, 2014 10:27am

Olympian’s Wardrobe Malfunction Is Un-Bare-Ably Funny

  Attention Sochi spectators: Beware of the full moon glaring on the slopes. Apparently several slopestyle skiers are having a hard time keeping their trousers up, and it’s creating some spectacularly funny photo opps. The worst offender is 22-year-old Swedish slopestyle skier Henrik Harlaut. Sochi 2014… Read More »