I don’t think you can say this was an accident. Yesterday, France and Spain were playing in the basketball quarter finals at the Summer Olympics. The game got pretty physical. It was so physical, you could almost call it basketBRAWL. Nic Batum, who also plays for the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, rushed over to Spain’s […]
Were you embarrassed when you heard the comments about Gabby Douglas’s hair? It’s okay, you’re not alone. Jacque Reid was too. What was even more embarrassing, Jacque explained, was being asked by her white counterparts over why black people were talking about her hair so badly. Why aren’t people celebrating her accomplishments instead of critiquing […]
LONDON – U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas made history Thursday, winning the most coveted color of all, Olympic gold. Douglas, 16, became the first African-American to win the women’s all-around title. MUST TRY: Online Tool Lets You Plug In Your Height and Weight And Find the Olympic Athlete Who Matches Your Body + Find Your Olympic […]
Joy-Ann Reid compiled a list of 10 things to love about the Olympics (so far) and I have to agree with her. I am glued to live streaming and all the Olympic coverage and I especially love the swimming, gymnastics, beach volleyball and basketball so far. Heck, I even like the canoeing, table tennis and […]
He won World Gold but he’ll have to wait until 2016 to compete in the Olympics because of a technology. The Olympic committee limits the number of medals for any given sport and in fencing – one male and one female fencing discipline is being eliminated this year. Ben Bratton would have been on the […]
From the time they started ski racing, Lindsey Vonn, a reserved Minnesotan, and Julia Mancuso, an outgoing Californian, were linked.
After becoming the first man to successfully defend his title in the event, Davis held an American flag to his chest, a gesture rich in symbolism.
Who knew curlers were such fashionistas? The Norwegians have raised eyebrows in the Vancouver Olympic Centre since practicing in the red-white-and-blue, diamond-pattered pants.
China's world champion skip Wang Bingyu, affectionately known as "Betty", aims to make a name for herself by adding Olympic curling gold to the world title she has already captured.
Opening Ceremonies starts Friday, February 12, 2010. Will you be watching?
You can't think of Ohio, without thinking of the famous track and field athlete, Jesse Owens.