From Career Threatening Injury at 18 to Snowboard Olympic Champion at 22 | Against All Odds

Snowboard cross isn’t just a sport for me. It’s much more. It’s my life. The Olympic final is go. Look at that, Michela Moioli’s made great progress. Oh, the edge is touched. What happened to Michela Moioli on that last jump? But that wasn’t the end. For me it was just the beginning. OLYMPIC CHANNEL […]

Russia’s most successful gymnast, Svetlana Khorkina’s legend lives on | Legends Live On

She’s a sports legend. She’s a gymnastics legend throughout the world. I paved the way for gymnastics in the 21st century and for the great gymnasts. To stay ten years at this level is something unique. And she has this charisma, a certain attitude that makes you notice her. I’d have a one-on-one discussion with […]

Belgian National Hockey Team ‘Red Lions’ Physical screening by Topsportslab

With only 6 months to go to the Olympics, it is important to know what the progress is in our preparation cycle and to have a baseline assessment as to how fit the athletes are and where we currently are as a group. Today we have done some injury prevention exercises to find out which […]

Shaun White: The Guy who Raised the Bar in Snowboarding | Legends Live On

To be a legend in a sport you have to change it. You force the rest of the sport to become better because you exist. He’s just an incredible athlete and amazing competitor. I’ve done more in business and in life and these things than I ever have after winning the Olympics. There is that […]

The Funniest Table Tennis Match in HISTORY

He’s looking forward to this match To see whether Saive will have any jawbreaking action during the match I’m totally excited European players are better at receiving “heavy” strikes are they going to spin around? they’re going to do it! it was so close he even had it all planned out If the last point […]

Snowboard Stories to Watch at PyeongChang 2018 | Olympic Winter Games

PyeongChang 2018. Stories To Watch. Snowboard. The genesis of modern snowboarding began in 1965 when a Michigan engineer invented a toy for his daughters by fastening two skis together and attaching a rope to one end. He later patented the invention, sold half a million Snurfers and organised the first snurfing competition in 1968. Over […]

Olympic Face Or Kicked In The Balls Face? (GAME)

( music playing )We are back! Like “Roseanne,” except you decided to actually watch this. Ooh! Now, the Olympics are about to wrap up and, uh, I’ve really been enjoying the athleticism, but what I’ve been enjoying even more is the face that some of the competitors make when they’re in the height of sportiness. […]

Chile’s First Olympic Gold – González & Massú on Men’s Tennis Doubles 2004 | Olympic Rewind

Our priority as players was always playing in the singles, but we knew each other very well. Fernando and I grew up playing doubles together from a early age, and we had a particular style playing doubles, very different to other players. We use to play on the baseline, almost like a game of singles. […]

A surprising Ice Hockey tradition in the south | Olympic Outposts

Australia is a sport loving nation. Rugby, cricket, Aussie rules football dominate this country. Ice hockey is probably the last thing you’d think you’d see here, but they’ve been playing it for over 100 years and actually have one of the oldest hockey federations in the world. Even after all that time, it’s a long […]

How Japanese Teen Ayumu Hirano defied USA’s Snowboarding Dominance | Game Breakers

Snowboarding is not a major sport in Japan. The pipes in Japan are not up to the standards of the rest of the world. But I always believe in myself and try to perform my best no matter how bad the conditions are. Instead of trying to flip as high as I can I prefer […]