This week we're entering the world of freestyle skiing and the sport of aerials. Contributor Ben Jackson chats with three-time U.S. Olympic aerialist and current coach Emily Cook about the technical aspects of this thrilling--and surprisingly quick--sport.
Man, it seems like Sochi 2014 was forever ago, doesn't it? Yet, it's the most recent Winter Olympic Games. Before we go full-on feverish for PyeongChang 2018, we're going to take a look back at some of the stories from the Sochi Olympics.
Alison travels to the Nutmeg Curling Club in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to learn how to curl--and quickly finds out it's much more difficult than it looks. We learn about the Norwegian men's team's pants, and Jill talks with three-time curling Olympian John Shuster about changes he's made throughout his curling career to improve his skills.
We're starting the first of our deep dives into specific Olympic sports--and you're in for a great ride. We're talking bobsled with US Brakeman/Olympic hopeful Lauren Gibbs and US Pilot/two-time Olympian Nick Cunningham.
This week we're in New York City for Team USA's Winterfest, which kicked off the 100 day countdown to PyeongChang 2018. Join us for the fun as we hear from the athletes, try out the Winterfest activities, eat the snacks and check out the mascots. Because these guys? Are the bomb!