Vanity Fair caught up with supermodel Cindy Crawford in Vancouver at the Omega watches party and asked her about her gold medal moment in the sport of...modeling.
"One gold was when I got my first Vogue cover," Crawford said. "That was a big marker in my career. And then another gold would be getting my first big contact, which was with Revlon. For a model, that's the first time you have job security, really."
Crawford brought her entire family to watch the Olympic games and she admitted that she hasn't been paying much attention to New York's fashion week, only turning on the T.V. in order to watch sports.
She also admitted that her job isn't really that tough.
"I wish I could say it was. There are times it is hard work, but it's not physically grueling. Having my kids at home--now that's tough. But modeling is not that tough," she said.