Paul Stastny, Phil Kessel, and the rest of the U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team destroyed Slovakia on Feb. 13, bringing the team one step closer to the gold.
The Winter Olympic Sochi Games just got a heck of a lot more interesting. After defeating Slovakia 7-1 on Feb. 13, the men’s hockey team will face off against Mother Russia on Saturday the 15th.
Bow chicka wow wow. We all know that the Olympics are about sports or whatever, but winning the year’s hottest athlete award is definitely a solid consolation prize if you don’t nab that gold medal.
Silje Norendal may not have placed during her ladies’ slopestyle event at the Sochi Winter Olympics this past weekend, but the 20-year-old Norwegian bombshell sure did gain a new legion of fans for a different reason — she’s a total hottie!
After a disappointing showing at the US National Championships, figure skater Ashley Wagner got a bit of redemption during the team short program on Feb. 8. But not even her great performance could outdo her 15-year-old Russian opponent — and all you have to do is see the look on Ashley’s face to know how she felt about it!
The Winter Olympics are great for many things, but nothing quite matches the drama of figure skating. There were two standouts during Day 1 of the team events in Sochi on Feb. 8 — the comeback story of U.S. skater Ashley Wagner and the coming out party for the Russian 15-year-old phenom, Yulia Lipnitskaya.
The skier is pushing the limits on and off the slopes — and we are certainly rooting for her!
Olympic gold medalist Julia Mancuso, 29, is competing in her fourth Olympics this year in Sochi! The all-American ski star is leading records right now with three alpine gold medals, go Julia! Often overlooked by her fierce competition Lindsey Vonn, 29, this year Julia found a sexy way to stand out — and it was with a very sexy pose in GQ’s February 2014 issue as she was featured in the “Love, Sex and Madness” edition. For an ice princess this skier looks smoking hot!
Gracie Gold won the national title on Jan. 11 and is poised to win big in the Sochi Olympics in February. We chatted with Gracie exclusively, where she reveals her Gold-medal beauty look is all about ‘the lashes and lips!’ Get her exact lip color below.
Gracie Gold’s name may be a prediction of what is to come in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The 18-year-old figure skater, who looked amazing as she accepted the gold medal at the U.S. Championships on Jan. 11, is telling us the exact products that help her feel confident on the ice and why “the red lip is kind of [her] thing.”
Domo arigato! The Japanese capital was picked to host the 2020 Olympics after a committee vote in Buenos Aires on Sept. 7.
After hitting London in 2012 and Rio de Janeiro in 2016, the Summer Olympic Games will be back in Asia in 2020, this time in Tokyo, Japan!
Although Michael Phelps is an amazing swimmer and athlete, I was so happy to see Ryan Lochte take home the gold medal in the 400-meter individual medley in the 2012 Olympics. He deserved to win and I’m happy he did!
July 28 was a weird day. First, reigning Olympic champion Michael Phelps just barely made it in the finals for the 400-meter IM. Then, in the actual event, he didn’t even medal! Fellow American Ryan Lochte took home the gold while Phelps fell to fourth place. It was the first time Phelps failed to medal in an Olympic event since 2000. It was definitely a shock but I’m so happy Ryan won!
The Canadian bronze medalist opens up about her biggest inspiration, her late mother Therese.
The world has officially fallen in love with Joannie Rochette, 24. The Canadian figure skater, who lost her mother just four days before winning her bronze medal on Feb. 25, is finally ready to talk about how the tragedy impacted her — and she has a lot to say. “I didn’t have much strength,” she tells The New York Times of her difficult competition. “I didn’t sleep much. But that last triple, my mom was lifting me up because I had no more legs. I really feel that it happened.” Read more
If cat fighting was an Olympic sport, teammates Julia & Lindsey would definitely tie for gold!
Lindsey Vonn, 25, and Julia Mancuso, 25, may both be on Team USA, but lately it seems like they’ve been competing against each other! It’s apparently well-known that the two, who have skied together since grade school, are jealous of one another — but the tension between the teammates intensified when Lindsey crashed during the Giant Slolom event Feb. 24 in Vancouver. Lindsey’s accident, which caused her to break her pinky, also cost Julia her chances at placing in the event. When Julia did finally finish the descent, she fell to the ground and cried. Read more & tell us whose side YOU are on!