Ice-skating looks beautiful on the rink. But the brutal world we saw depicted in “I, Tonya” is one this writer knows is real—she lived through it, too.
In 1984, the U.S. women's gymnastics team swept the Olympics and forever changed the way Americans regard the sport. If only the Soviets' boycott hadn't cast eternal doubt over their victory.
So why isn’t NBC putting their greatest asset in the prime-time slot? Why do you think?
We boycotted the 1980 Moscow Olympics. But we’ve just sent our athletes to Putin’s minefield. How can we support our teams AND voice our rage?
Obama and Biden are sending two out gay delegates to Sochi, but avoid delivering a meaningful statement to protest anti-gay policies.