I know I'm getting a bit ahead of myself, but could Bozeman be a possible host of the 2026 Winter Olympics? That gives us only 12 years to make it happen if it's true. I can't believe 2026 is only 12 years away!
In the wake of the IOC's recent recommendation that wrestling be pulled from the Olympics beginning in 2020, an overwhelming outcry of support has surfaced from the wrestling community. I think this video, presented by Wrestling With Iowa, best sums up the benefits of the sport and why removing it from the international stage would hurt us as a society. You can feel the passion from the narrative.
We’ll all remember the 2012 London Games for having some of the best moments in Olympic history. How can we forget the star-studded opening with Mr. Bean? Oh, right, there were games too.
Did anyone else catch this during a recent commercial break of Olympic coverage? I'm still not sure if this is a joke, but watch the latest advertisement for the (family-friendly?) pasta sauce Ragu. An innocent kid apparently walks in on his parents having sex to the funniest jingle ever playing in the background. The slogan at the end is equally hilarious, "A long day of childhood calls for
I love the Olympics, in particular the Summer Olympics. Every four years I get way caught up in the back-story drama (NBC, I know what you're doing but I still love it). With all the real life drama behind what it takes to compete in the Olympics and win a medal, why hasn't this been reenacted on the big screen more often?