We are officially, as of the publishing time of this post, 365 days away from the start of the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, the first time that country has played host to the smaller version of the Olympiad. With that in mind, it's time to give you a few facts and info on how things are coming along over on the other side of the world. ...more
American Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn took a bad spill during the first day of super G competition in Austria, at the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships. Vonn tore her MCL, ACL and broke a leg bone, ending her World Cup season and jeopardizing her participation in the 2014 Olympics. ...more
For starters, it's pronounced "So-Chee."
And before you know it, Sochi's going to get here. The site of the 2014 Winter Games is already less than a year and a half away. So now with the Summer Olympics sadly behind us once and for all, what should we be looking forward to between today and up through the next Olympiad?
With time to spare, here are the things to know. ...more
Before you pack up your spirit and interesting in all things Olympics, take one more gander at what we just saw unfold across the pond. The photos from the Games have simply been ridiculously unimaginable. Again, huge credit to all the men & women who captured some of the most beautiful shots I've ever seen. ...more
There are plenty of moments that stood out at the London Games but it is that signature, expressive emotion of happiness known as the smile that left an impression on so many and gave us several, lasting images of the XXX Olympiad. ...more
In 2008, the U.S. lost the "most gold medals" crown by 15 to China, and seemed headed towards a narrow defeat again just days ago. So how did they turn that deficit into an eight-gold-medal victory in London? ...more