Hi Jordyn, I know you won a gold medal and all, but your brother is really hot.
There are 204 recognized National Olympic Committees competing biennially in the winter and summer games. But over 425 million people worldwide can say they’ve never seen their country take home a single medal.
Bolt won gold in both the 100 and 200 meters, setting a new world record in both. 19.30 seconds, beating Michael Johnson’s 19.32. Incredible. Also: Good last name. Read More ›
The cover of Sports Illustrated features Michael Phelps displaying his 8 gold medals. He is posing like the classic Mark Spitz photo but makes up for the lack of a sexy mustache with one additional gold. View Image ›
Why are there so many records being set at this Olympics? Step 1: Get fancy high-tech equipment. Step 2: Make sure the setting (pool, track, whatever) is specifically geared towards giving you the best possible time. Step 3: Be genetically predisposed to greatness in your sport and train very hard for years. Read More ›
With 11 gold medals and counting, that seems to be the word on the street. All over the web and TV, people are touting Michael as the best Olympic athlete ever. With more golds then anyone in history, that seems to be a fair argument (apologies to Lewis, Spitz, and Owens), but now people are saying that he may be the greatest athlete of all time. That one requires a little more debate (and this is from someone who grew up in Baltimore). Jordan, Woods, Brown, Ali, Owens… Go Michael… make it 8 for 8, all in WR fashion! Read More ›