The Sochi Winter Games are nearly over, but fervor is at a fever pitch (let's just say I've been Googling "where to learn bobsleigh").
If Sochi is cold enough for Winter Olympic snow events, it's barely cold enough. In fact, the city is more known for subtropical beach getaways than w...
Given the critical role sports can play in the lives of youth -- increasing healthfulness, graduation rates and employment success later in life -- we must ensure that everyone can take part, regardless of sex, gender identity or sexual orientation.
No topic was off-limits, including Duck Dynasty, Robin Roberts, Ricky Martin, the Winter Olympics, Russia, HIV stigma, Jason Collins, coming out, the glass closet, marriage equality and much more!
This kind of alpine atmospheric pea soup can disorient even the most confident of skiers. But this time I know I'll make it down in one piece because I'm skiing with an Olympian.
Peak to Peak not only offers easy accessibility to either mountain but gorgeous views during the ride in one of the 28 sky cabins.
If you are the leader, look around and ask yourself -- Where am I needed? Where can I help someone make his or her difference in the world? Be brave. The world needs more greatness.
Not drive with the obvious meaning, but in the sense of what motivates, inspires, carries you through this life? Whatever it is, it affects more peo...
A video has been making the internet rounds showing tennis star Novak Djokovic dancing himself silly after a victory at the U.S. Open, but Djokovic's impromptu dance performance wasn't actually impromptu.
In terms of personal accomplishments, no female snowboarder has achieved more success on a snowboard than Hannah Teter. Olympic Gold Medal. Olympic Silver Medal. Multiple X Games medals. Six World Cup victories. The list goes on and on.
With the choice of PyeongChang, the IOC has just confirmed that it's willing to take the Olympic Movement to a "New Horizon." Together we will take the power of Olympism to new territories.
I shook hands with Steve Holcomb who was forced to retire as the top U.S. Olympic bobsled driver due to becoming legally blind from a degenerative eye disease known as Keratoconus.
I was surprised, to say the least, when during a recent Q&A Olympian Shani Davis mentioned that the person he'd most like to meet is a kid, a young superfan of his in Japan.
On this episode of the podcast, we welcome back childhood friend (and American ex-pat in Paris) Fox, who shares some stories about his time in Vancouver while working in television for the Winter Olympics.
People often ask me what the Olympics have done for snowboarding. For me, it's more about what snowboarding has done for the Olympics.