I'm Pro Skier Grete Eliassen, and This Is How I Work

It’s Olympics season, so we’re ready to talk about the Winter X Games, baby! Specifically the Games from ’05 to ’11, when skier Grete Eliassen won six medals in slopestyle and halfpipe. Since January 2017 she’s been president of the Women’s Sports Foundation, which ensures women’s access to sports programs. We asked…

Lindsey Vonn In Tearful Post-Race Interview: "I Wish I Could Keep Going...My Body Probably Can't Take Another Four Years"

Lindsey Vonn claimed bronze in what we’ll assume is her final time contesting the Olympic downhill, and spoke with NBC about her comeback after missing Sochi and how she’ll look back on her career. It’s intense, at times, as Vonn confronts the probable end of her career.

For Deep Insight Into The True Nature Of The Virtue-Moir Relationship, Watch Them Be Forced To Watch A Montage Of Their Life Together

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the greatest ice dancers of all-time, spent the Olympics erotically wiggling together on the ice and winning the gold medal with a world-record score before denying that any sort of fucking was going on. There’s a certain, um, electricity to their interactions, even if they nixed the face…

How Billy Monger, Who Lost His Legs In A Crash, Drives A 150-MPH Race Car Without Them

Teenage race-car driver Billy Monger lost both of his legs in a horrific British Formula 4 crash last April, but it didn’t take him long to get back to professional driving. Now Monger is back to driving a single-seater race car like the one he crashed in, and adjusting to using mostly hand controls at 150 mph.