The morning after another stirring night of action at the Olympics, I tune into my local sports radio station on the way to work. They are discussing whether Eli Manning deserves to be elected to the Football Hall of Fame. It was as if the Olympics simply did not exist.
Four years ago, I didn't have an iPhone and I had only recently gotten a Facebook account. Watching the Olympics was more exciting because I didn't know what would happen next.
The Olympic Games are a good metaphor for a lot of what we call "real life."
I hear about this "gay lifestyle." Is that what the "gay lifestyle" is? Sex, sex and more sex? That's all we gay people do? Seriously?
In the first full week of the Summer Olympics, people competed to make the news, even if they weren't in London. If you can answer 11 of these questions correctly, you deserve a medal.
Focusing on the supposed "diva" behavior, outfits, hair and parenting of women athletes trivializes their accomplishments and makes them seem less powerful -- and ultimately less valuable.
President Obama says Jets fans should be nervous about a quarterback controversy. Thank goodness all the other world problems have been solved so the president can now focus on what's really important.
The Canadian Synchronized Swimming team will soon be in the spotlight. We have been together for four years. We understand each other and we are a great family: 12 sisters! After a training camp of 360 hours in six weeks in a secret location in Spain, we are ready to compete against our rivals and all of those who will be in our way. Be careful! Canada is coming!
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Regardless of their lack of size, or collection of 10+ future hall of famers in their primes, this year's team is better simply based on the increase in competition and ability around the world.
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The whole point of the Olympics as a viewer is that you can just care without any justification. You can reach the hurts-so-good ecstasy of a true die-hard fan in mere days, no seasons and off-seasons of agony, no memorization of stats required.
It's a simple question. Michael Phelps has won the most Olympic medals, 19. Does that mean he's the greatest Olympian of all time?
The Olympics won't recognize women's ski jumping, but they're just fine with ping-pong and shooting skeet. Blasting clay discs with a 12 gauge is fun, but not athletic. Anything former Vice President Dick Cheney ever did is not an Olympic sport.
Grandma Joanne is much more relaxed now that the event is over and Karen is both in one piece and successful -- not a medal, but the top ten in the wo...