While museum curators are busy searching for historic Obama-related artifacts to place in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gabby Douglas will be donating a number of Olympic bits to help fill the new historical landmark. The Huffington Post reports that the 2012 gold medalist is giving the museum a slew of personal items including “the […]
If Gabby Douglas wants to cash in on her “Flying Squirrel” nickname … she’s gonna have to battle a college kid who locked up the trademark while Gabby was still competing in the Olympics. TMZ has learned … Fordham University business student A.J. Rotonde filed to trademark the phrase on August 6 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark […]
Gabby Douglas may be the most celebrated participant of the 2012 Summer Olympics, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have to face her fair share…
The U.S. Men’s Epee Fencing team made history as the first American Team ever to win the Gold Medal at the 2012 World Fencing Championships in Kiev, Ukraine, on April 14, 2012. U.S. team members Ben Bratton (New York City, N.Y.); Seth Kelsey (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Soren Thompson (New York City, N.Y.), and Cody Mattern […]
A Gold Medal in pole dancing? I know you are excited about this. <!--more-->
French pairs skaters Yannick Bonheur and Vanessa James are set to create history today when they become the first black couple to compete in figure skating at the Olympic Games. <!--more-->
Vanessa James and Yannick Bonheur of France on Monday became the first black couple to compete in Olympic pairs skating, electrifying the crowd at the Pacific Coliseum with an acrobatic free skate program.