We chatted with some of your favorite Olympians about their sports, how they spend their downtime, and more. Gold medal worthy answers ahead.
We caught up with the basketball star and Olympic athlete about her go-to meal before a big competition and what sport she's most excited to watch this year in Tokyo.
Kelley O'Hara and Crystal Dunn debate “soccer” versus “football,” and tell us their funniest and loudest teammates on the US Women's National Team.
Within the last year, approximately two in five adults reported symptoms of anxiety or a depressive disorder. And now a number of Olympians – people often perceived as being in peak physical and mental shape – are opening up about their own experiences with mental health. Watch to see their tips on how to go for the (mental) Gold.
We chatted with skater Nyjah Huston about his go-to trick for beginners. Plus, his friendship with the Biebs.
We texted with the gold medalist about where she stores all her medals, her funniest teammates, and how she celebrates a big win.
Watch to see why it's not the same as a Soul Cycle class.
PS: Want more Olympics coverage? Tune into NBC to watch the games July 23 through August 8.
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