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Gold Medal Ice Dancer Tessa Virtue Didn’t Always Want Scott Moir as Her Olympic Partner

3 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

Figure skating’s most-decorated duo of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir weren’t always the perfect pair. In fact, Canadian three-time gold medal winner Virtue revealed that at a young age she had her eye on someone else to partner with for a future Olympic career: Moir’s older brother, Danny. When the 2018 Winter Olympics ice dancing…

Germany and Canada Just Tied for Olympic Gold in a Rare Finish for Two-Man Bobsled

3 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

In an unusual twist, both the German and Canadian two-man bobsled teams won gold medals at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics after finishing with exactly the same times, down to the hundredth of a second. The team of Francesco Friedrich and Thorsten Margis of Germany were apparently an absolutely perfect match for the duo of…

Germany’s Figure Skater Just Went Full Game of Thrones. The Internet Can’t Even Deal

4 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

Winter has officially come for the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, and it is epic. Germany’s figure skater Paul Fentz came blazing onto the ice suited up for battle as thunderous music from Game of Thrones played, thrilling the internet to no end. Fentz even worked his way through his routine in a golden breastplate. That…

Here’s What Yuzuru Hanyu Does With All Those Pooh Bears Everyone Throws on the Ice

4 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

Every time Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu skates these days, he’s showered with Winnie the Pooh bears. His fans have thrown the adorable bears onto the ice after eagle-eyed fans saw the reigning Olympic champion using a Pooh-themed tissue box cover at the rink. Hanyu is apparently a fan of the A. A. Milne character, and the…

Last Place Will Not Stop Ghana’s First Skeleton Olympian From Dancing His Celebratory Dance

4 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

The first ever athlete from Ghana to compete in the skeleton event at the Winter Olympics finished in last place at Thursday’s event — but he came in first in onlookers’ hearts. This was the day for someone at the Pyeongchang games to become Internet famous for dancing. And that someone was Akwasi Frimpong, who…

5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week

4 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

This week, love was in the air as Paris Hilton made a doo-wop comeback to original music on a Valentine’s-themed single. And then there was Frank Ocean, gifting fans with a much subtler love song, also a throwback, in the form of a searching cover of “Moon River.” Haiti’s voices find a dance-ready platform in…

Watch This Spanish Reporter Completely Lose It Over His Olympic Countryman’s Close Race

4 weeks agoNews : NewsFeed

José Manuel Hernández Tallada is the sports commentator you want in your corner when you’re about to win big. The Spanish journalist was filmed while commenting on the men’s snowboard cross finals in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics on Thursday, and his excitement over the close race — including the ultimate success of his Spanish countryman…

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