Despite a devastating skiing accident in Austria earlier this month, Lindsey Vonn has vowed to compete in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Vonn is on the mend after tearing her ACL, MCL and fracturing the tibia in her right leg at a World Championship competition on Feb. 5.
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte wasn’t invited to Prince Harry’s naked “pool” party... and he’s sorta glad.
Life is sweet for Russian tennis ace Maria Sharapova. The world’s highest-paid female athlete banked $27 million last year and took home a silver medal at the summer Olympics. She’s also planning her dream wedding to pro basketball player Sasha Vujacic.
“Extra’s” special correspondent Maksim Chmerkovskiy caught up with Maria at Henri Bendel’s in New York to talk about her latest venture: Sugarpova. Her new line of candy gummy sweets comes in all shapes in sizes and includes some tennis treats. Maks also put Sharapova to the test, asking her about all things Russia.
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Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte showed off his chiseled physique while celebrating his birthday in Las Vegas!
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh was a lucky girl when she visited Olympic swim champ Ryan Lochte on the set of “90210” as he made his acting debut… without a shirt.
Is there a medal for hotness?! They’d get gold!
To commemorate the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, "Extra" compiled a gallery of the top 20 hottest U.S. Olympians -- from soccer sensation Hope Solo to swimming champ Michael Phelps to beach volleyball gold medalist Misty-May Treanor.
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The Spice Girls reunited for the first time since 2007 at the closing ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics!
After arriving onstage in taxis, the girl group – Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Burton, Mel B and Mel C -- sang their hits "Wannabe" and "Spice Up Your Life" in the special one-off performance.
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Along with the Spice Girls, other performers included Jessie J, The Who, One Direction, Fatboy Slim, Annie Lennox and George Michael.
The 2012 Olympics have been full of joy, tears and gold. How will this monumental event come to an end Sunday in London?A Symphony of British Music," and will be based on 30 classic pieces.
Though acts have not been confirmed by organizers, expectations for the lineup include: The Who, The Spice Girls, Adele, Ray Davies and Muse.