Plus family photobombs with Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm, Bronies will not be reined in by anyone’s judgments, and SXSW fashion.
Because she’s not the hero we deserve, but the one we need…
It’s OK to question your sport’s judging system; it’s not OK to pander to mass media at the expense of good sportsmanship.
US Olympian figure skater Jason Brown could not get any cuter, as this performance from the 2014 US Nationals can attest.
And proof that figure skaters are maniacs.
Defending Olympic champion Yuna Kim of South Korea won the silver and Italy’s Carolina Kostner finished third, taking home her country’s first figure skating medal. Americans failed to medal.
Just the long programs. Watch them all right now, yell at me if you disagree, and then let’s get REALLY EXCITED ABOUT TODAY’S SOCHI FINALS!
Here’s another great reason to get drunk and watch figure skating.
Surya Bonaly and Kristi Yamaguchi deserve medals for their fashion choices.
They keep going around and around and around…
Because it needed to be said. Commence brain explosion.
“Camel spin”? All definitions courtesy of USFSA.
After a record-setting short program yesterday, Hanyu held on to the top spot as both he and Chan turned in shaky performances in the free skate.
Smash Mouth is much better than whatever figure skaters normally dance to.
They may look graceful while moving, but when you freeze them it’s a different story.
If you remove the dudes from pairs skating, the ladies look like superheroes. Which they basically are.
Ghost Cow Films dubbed farting noises over American Olympian Jason Brown as he figure skates and oh my God, it’s fantastic.
To be fair, ice skater fashion is a risky business — regardless of decade.
This dubbed video of Evgeni Plushenko is easily the best thing you’ll see today.
Men’s figure skating has always been caught between its public image and its conservative culture. But with anti-LGBT policies haunting the Sochi Olympics, the sport’s biggest stars are under more pressure than ever to set the record straight.
It’s called “Jury Of His Peers” and it sticks the landing. Barry Blitt is very good at what he does.
Tonight, ESPN premieres 30 for 30: The Price Of Gold, a look back at the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan scandal that rocked women’s skating in the ’90s. Obviously they’ve been reading your diary, because you’ve been dreaming about these ladies for years.
If 19-year-old Jason Brown’s performance at the 2014 U.S. National Championships doesn’t get you pumped for the Olympics, nothing will.
Who knew that Breaking Bad translates perfectly to a figure skating show.
The sport with the best faces from the Winter Olympics vs. the sport with the best faces from the Summer Olympics. I personally am Team Figure Skating.
Is it just me, or is that Samus cosplaying as Mario? From the 2011 World Championships in Moscow. (Via Obvious Winner)
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Way to destroy my mostly hazy and often unreliable late teen memories, dude.
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