Inspired by Vonn and Woods's budding histoire d'amour, we've assembled an all-star lineup of our favorite sports-world pairings, from tennis It-couple Maria Sharapova and Grigor Dimitrov to newly engaged basketball lovebirds Kevin Durant and Monica Wright.
Let's wish our best to Tiger and Lindsey. Hopefully, he has learned how to enjoy love and presumably monogamy in a healthy, positive way.
Did anyone really think for a minute that Woods would never date again or that only some self-loathing gold digger would have any interest in him? If so, that's short-sighted, to say the least. Woods, like all of us, is more than the sum of his parts.
In my view, Woods has it right: After about three months. Any sooner and you could rush things. What if you declare the courtship online after only three weeks, things don't pan out and you have to remove the 'in a relationship' status?
Is Woods really back to form? Do improvements in one's personal life equate to good results on the golf course? It would seem to make perfect sense, especially in a game like golf where the mental is often more powerful than the physical.
As an advisory board member of Glamour Women of the Year, I have the privilege of nominating five inspiring women -- or groups of women -- who have made an impact in 2012. And I'd love to hear your suggestions.
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Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Will Nelligan I hate to admit it, but...
With Lindsey and Shaun, and with many others, I recognize the familiar look of both exhilaration and relief as their runs come to an end. Four years is a long time to have to wait for another shot at an Olympic medal.
What makes "Maple Blondie" so significant is not just that it is named after an Olympian, but that it is the first Ben & Jerry's flavor EVER to be named after a female.
Imagine that making laws is a competition between two nations, Republicans and Democrats, and the teams are made of 313 Democrats and 219 Republicans. How would they behave if they were like our Olympians?
The sad reality is that 2 of the 3 amazing Olympians will be afforded many opportunities to parlay their glory into millions of dollars and one will fade back into obscurity and a 9 to 5.
The Olympics have been front-page news in Vancouver for seven years, so returning to the real world comes as a pretty big shock. There are people who -- gasp -- don't care about the Olympics?
Thank goodness for Lindsey Vonn. Now I can cheer on a hot American athlete and not feel like a pervert. At least once during the ice skating events I see a skater, think "Wow, she's cute" and then realize she's like 10.
My experiences as an Olympian have effectively prepared me for every pressure I've encountered since.