Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Olympics

Meet Olympian Snowboarder Maddie Mastro

The Olympics are underway! It’s so exciting to see these athletes, who have trained their entire lives for this moment finally competing. I had the chance to talk to snowboarder Maddie Mastro just a week before the Olympics began. Maddie Mastro, a 17-year-old snowboarding superstar, is sure to tear it up on the course, hoping to bring home the gold …

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Olympic Gold Medalist Tommy Moe Looks Back

Courtesy Tommy Moe

The Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea will start in just a few weeks — February 9th to be exact. Tommy Moe knows what the athletes are feeling about now because he’s been there before, multiple times actually. Tommy Moe was the only American to win two medals in the same Olympics, and he was the last American to win gold in …

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Olympic Skater Meagan Duhamel Shares Gold Medal Mindset

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Meet Meagan Duhamel! She is a two-time World Champion Figure Skater, Olympic Silver Medalist, and six-time Canadian National Champion in pairs skating with her skating partner Eric Radford. Now, she is heading to the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics at PyeongChang, South Korea. The competition is getting closer and I had a chance to talk to Duhamel about her focus on …

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Movies to Psych You for the Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics

Only one month away!

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Five Insane Sports Stories from 2016

From Ryan Lochte's Brazillian adventure to a security guard with too much time on his hands, 2016 was a year when the crazy became commonplace. Here are my five favorite stupid sports stories from the worst year ever.

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2016 Rio Olympics: OK, I Lied

Hey, I’m sorry. When I wrote Thursday night that I was finished trashing the Rio Olympics, I had no idea I’d wake up to another crapstorm aimed at the Brazilian Games on the day of the opening ceremonies. I’m the victim here. Really. So at the expense of costing myself a date with Team USA Olympic rower Megan Kalmoe, I’ve …

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Your Final Olympic Bad News Roundup

We’ve had fun, you and I, discussing all the dumpster fires, crap-covered beaches and potential zombie plague outbreaks awaiting the best athletes in the world when they travel to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. It’s been a laugh. Honestly, I’m going to kind of miss it. So if you’ll indulge me tonight we’re going to take …

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Olympics Add 6 Sports to 2020 Games in Tokyo

This ain’t your daddy’s Olympics! Well, actually the one coming up is. It is in fact your dad’s Olympics. But the next Summer Olympics in 2020 is going to boast a whole new slew of events, some of them you could even call…. radical. Yep, the Olympics is all growns up and it’s decided to add a couple of new …

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Russia Avoids Complete Olympic Ban

Russia will still have to leave its official Track and Field team at home, but the rest of the squad will be able to compete under the country’s flag at the 2016 Summer Olympic games. Sunday the International Olympic Committee (IOC) rejected international calls and the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) recommendation to ban the entire Russian Olympic team from the …

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Updated Power Rankings For 2016 Rio Olympics Men’s Basketball Tournament

Even though a number of star players turned down the opportunity to compete in the 2016 Rio Olympic games, the men’s basketball tournament still figured to be one of the more attractive events. LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard, Chris Paul, James Harden, Anthony Davis and Blake Griffin each opted to sit out this year’s tournament but even …

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