Olympics

See Simone Biles’ road to Rio unfold on Instagram.

Junior from the Steve Harvey morning show had an opportunity to talk with Olympic gold medalist Rochelle Stevens.  Rochelle Stevens was a 1996 Olympic gold medalist for the United States in the women’s 4×400-meter relay. She was also part of the team that won the silver medal in the same event and 6th in the world at 400 […]

From Tommie and John’s Black Power salute to Gabby Douglas becoming the first African American to win an individual gymnastics title, here are some of the most memorable moments for African Americans in the Olympics.

The three Shepard sisters refuse to let their situation stop them living out their dreams as becoming track stars.

Angel Rice says that her dream is to compete in the Olympics. She credits her mom for teaching her everything she knows.

https://twitter.com/ElaineWelteroth/status/733709580115542018 Teen Vogue is breaking barriers. The publication has hired its first Black editor-in-chief. On Thursday, Teen Vogue announced that Elaine Welteroth has been appointed editor-in-chief. The role was formerly held by Amy Astley. “Elaine, Marie and Phil are fearlessly at the forefront, inspiring young trendsetters with their sophisticated take on emerging fashion, beauty and […]

The first trailer for the Jesse Owens is out, and though it’s just 15 seconds, it looks powerful. Race is centered around track-and-field star Jesse Owens…

While the first ever four-man bobsled race took place in 1924, it wasn’t until 2002 that the first ever women’s bobsled event–the two-woman bobsled–was held.…

Congrats are in order for track star-turned-bobsled champion, Lauryn Williams! She and her partner, Elana Meyers snagged the silver medal in the two-(wo)man bobsled in Sochi.…

  If you are wondering who the most courageous and proud female on ice is, then Google Surya Bonaly. I am wildly in love with…

Ice skating is my absolute favorite Olympic sport to watch, and I remember like it was yesterday being a six-year-old watching Debi Thomas do her…