Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke has a very sexy pre-race routine, which she performed at the IAAF World Junior Championship in Barcelona last weekend.
Check it out!
Duracell celebrated their "Rely on Copper to Go for the Gold" Olympics program Wednesday night in NYC with "What to Expect When You're Expecting" co-stars Chace Crawford and Joe Manganiello and "Smash" star Megan Hilty.
"Go Team USA!" shouts the "True Blood" hunk. Manganiello also talks about filming for the upcoming 5th season. Attention: spoiler alert!
In an interview with "Extra," Olympic gold medal winner Lindsey Vonn says she wants to be on "Dancing with the Stars."
Vonn is really excited about seeing fellow US Olympian Evan Lysacek compete on the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars." As to putting on her own dancing shoes anytime soon, Vonn says, "I would definitely do "Dancing with the Stars." Unfortunately, right now my schedule is really busy. But I'm hoping next season to work it out."
Audi of America commissioned the film "Truth in Motion: The U.S. Ski Team's Road to Vancouver," to follow these tremendous athletes as they push their physical limits in preseason on-snow training in Portillo, Chile and Saas Fee, Switzerland -- to the final days leading up the start of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup competition in Sölden, Austria.
As one of the heart-rending stories in this year's Winter Olympics, Canadian figure skater Joannie Rochette, 24, glided to a bronze medal in Women's Figure Skating last night, just days after the sudden heart-attack death of her mother, Therese.
She confessed to the "Today" show's Meredith Vieira, "I went to the hospital and saw my mother dead and that's when I decided to keep skating."
Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir isn't afraid to bring it when he skates -- and fiercely defends his stylistic choices.
"Extra" was in Vancouver and caught up with the skater, who says he's been asked throughout his career to "take it down a few notches." He counters, "But at the same time, I wouldn't want it another way. I don't fake anything for anybody."
Things are going icily downhill with US Olympic skiers Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso.
In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Mancuso said, "People are having a hard time reaching their potential because it's such a struggle for attention. You come to meetings after races and it's like it's a bad day if Lindsey didn't do well."