Each brand's version of the Olympic uniform may have their own stylistic take, but they all have one thing in common: a celebration of Team USA.
A 25-year-old long-track speed skater is gearing up for the 2018 Winter Olympics just four months after she first took to the ice.
Olympic medalist Ashley Wagner, who won the bronze medal in Sochi (and went viral with her expression of anger at her scores), seemed to be a shoo-in for a spot on the 2018 Olympic team. USA Today reports that they spoke with several U.S. figure skating experts who all said that 2016 world silver medalist Ashley Wagner would make the 2018 team if she didn't make any major mistakes, either by being in the top three or being put on the team by U.S. Figure Skating’s international committee. Unfortunately, Wagner is not the only skater to have felt the conservative chill of competitive skating.
The designer will supply EA7-branded sportswear to Italy’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Olympic wrestler Helen Maroulis hit the red carpet wearing a wild accessory: A hand-painted wrist cast bearing a lion, thorns, and a Bible verse.
Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad has been shrunk down to doll size. As it did for Ashley Graham and Ava DuVernay before her, Mattel has made a custom doll to honor the athlete, the first Muslim-American woman on a U.S. Olympic team to wear a hijab.
No Olympian's journey to the Games comes without its obstacles, but the support of athletes' moms is the push many need to get them through a tough run.
Kwan reflects on her competition style as a way to get out of her comfort zone.
Before designing the uniforms for the U.S. snowboarding team, Burton's Greg Dacyshyn visited the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
The 21-year-old aspiring pop singer posted her comeback photo, a blurry long-haired image, on Wednesday, writing "happy 2 be back."
Lindsey Vonn stuns at Sports Illustrated’s Fashionable 50. The skier attended Sports Illustrated’s annual Fashionable 50 party, where the most stylish people in sports are honored. The athlete’s platinum hair and smokey makeup completed the icy look, and brought the heat.
When Abby Misbin and her teammates learned that the IOC had granted provisional status to cheerleading as an Olympic sport, they threw a party to celebrate.
Fresh off their Olympics wins, most of the U.S. gymnastics team’s “Final Five” hit the MTV Video Music Awards’ step-and-repeat tonight.
With the 2016 Olympic Games coming to a close on Sunday night, we’ve highlighted some of the motivational words spoken by 14 of the athletes who competed this summer in Rio. If you’re looking for a quick pick-me-up because you feel as if you’re falling behind, if you’re too hard on yourself, or if you assume you’ll never achieve your goals, then these powerful statements are for you. Let’s keep in touch! Follow Yahoo Beauty on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest
Taking notes and bringing their own beauty routine to the mix are this year’s crop of Olympians, who, in this age of social media and high-definition TV, are doing what they can to look their best on the world’s biggest sports stage.
After 20 hours of international travel, I was happy to head to the P&G Family Home Salon in Rio de Janeiro for a refreshing makeover — a perfect way to make my Olympic debut in this beautiful Brazilian city.
Dara Torres, celebrating a record time in the 2008 U.S. Olympic trials, battled bulimia in college. “I was extremely dark and moody,” she writes. “Pretty much all I thought about during college was what I ate, what I wanted to eat, what other people ate, what I’d need to do to get rid of the calories I’d ingested, how much exercise I got, and how I would look in my swimsuit when I mounted the blocks.” While Torres has now recovered from her eating disorder from college days, when she was one of the nation’s best swimmers, she is among a special group vulnerable to eating disorcers: Athletes. High-profile athletes like gymnast Shawn Johnson, swimmer Amanda Beard and tennis star Monica Seles have all come forward with histories of this type of psychological disorder, particularly damaging to young competitive athletes. Realated: 8 Things I Remind Myself When I’m Struggling in Eating Disorder Recovery In a 2004 study, researchers looked at the rates of EDs among athletes compared to non-athletes, and found that prevalence was higher in the more active set.