As part of the government's attempt to promote a healthy lifestyle, thirty squats will get a person a free ride on the Moscow subway.
Age, it seems, is no longer a relevant measurement of what a person can or cannot do. We've covered the 65-year-old woman who started playing hockey after her retirement and the 22-month-old toddler who climbs like a squirrel. Now, as everyone gears up for the 2012 Olympics, there's word (and video...
For even the most seasoned Olympics observer, understanding changes to the games from one Olympics to the next can be a challenge. The International Olympic Committee (IOC), the supervisory body that governs the Summer and Winter Olympics, decides the competition's program years in advance. So here...
I just don't know if I am ready for another Summer Olympiad. Sure there are usually a few shining moments that nations can rally around, but for more than two weeks do I really want to sit in front of the TV every night or use my data plan just to find out how the [...]
The atheletes competing in the 2012 London Olympic Games have quite the food budget, thank goodness.
Psychologists have long noted a distinct difference in the emotional reactions of elite athletes who finish second and those who finish third.
Last night, U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman competed on the uneven bars and her parents had their own parallel performance.
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