Life has a way of working out when we really go for it, putting our mental health first will get you to the next level in life. Sometimes the real win is putting yourself first. Pull a Simone Biles and hurtle into the unknown for your health. You're worth it!
Even though the United States lost the bronze medal match after losing to Team Canada for a chance for gold, it's still cool to see players ecstatic about being champions.
Thanks to defenseman PK Subban (Montreal Canadiens) for having his camera out to celebrate with his Team Canada teammates when they secured gold with a 3-0 win over Sweden.
After the viral video of a girl catching on fire in a twerking gone wrong demonstration, we should have expected something else to come up from Jimmy Kimmel. This one hasn't quite gained the viral popularity as the aforementioned video, but the players involved in the hoax are much more known.
American luger Kate Hansen tweeted a video of an apparent wolf in the hall way of her dorms in Sochi. It
Team USA is looking to avenge their loss at the gloves and sticks of Canada in the Gold Medal game at the 2010 Winter Olympics. Friday morning at 8:30 am locally, they will face off in a semi-final match to decide who has a chance at the gold. On Tuesday, to pump up the fans of both nations, Director Jamie Winterstern released a video simply titled 'Dear Canada'.
A lot of casual hockey fans are probably unaware that the United States hockey team has gone without a gold medal since 1980's "Miracle on Ice." That's 18 years before the incorporation of NHL players.
The one event that I have been looking forward to the most at the winter games is Curling. The combination of chess, bocci ball, shuffle board and a household chore all together on a sheet of ice. Sounds weird, right? Well, it kind of is. At the same time, it takes a high level of precise skill and focus and is fun to watch...unless you don't understand the game.
Wondering how to play? Here is a rundown of how the game works.
Like everybody else, I was surprised when Curling became an Olympic sport in 1998. It's basically shuffle board on ice. Each team has eight stones they slide on the ice to land in four concentric circles. The brooms are to speed up, slow down, or change the trajectory of the stones. But I'm becoming a fan.