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Olympic Champion Betty Cuthbert Dies

Once dubbed Australia’s “golden girl” by the media after winning both the 100m and 200m events at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics at 18 years...

Oakley Releases Its Green Fade Collection

Oakley, a brand with a deep rooted heritage of innovation and performance in sports, has launched a special edition eyewear collection, Green Fade —...

Two Easy Brazilian Recipes that Kids Will Love!

Just because the Olympics are over doesn't mean you can't keep Rio around a little while longer! Treat your family to a Brazilian-inspired meal tonight...

History Isn’t Over: 4 Powerful Sporting Protests

“Bread and circuses,” as Juvenal said, are the best way to distract and occupy the attention of the masses. What better way to get...

The Rio Olympics Were a Mess and We Loved It

The Rio 2016 Olympics ran about as smoothly as a pop-up book in brail. You have to hand it to them though, they didn’t...

Athletes and Brands that Made the Biggest Buzz during Rio

Adweek.com has recently presented the findings from Pixability and Omnicom Media Group Proprietary’s Olympic Survey, compiled earlier this month. With video analytics from Pixability,...

It’s Not a Big Deal People. Period. End of Story.

Ten years later, the story of getting my period is pretty hilarious, but at the time I was downright mortified. I was 13, my mom...

The Power Shift towards Consumers: What This Means for Olympic Fans

The Rio Olympics 2016 is now officially halfway over sitting at number 31 in the Olympiad period. There have been a number of first,...

Twitter Just Can’t Let Young Black Women Be Amazing

In yet another example of breaking news I’ve come to mentally title, “Oh For the Love of God…” the world, or more specifically America,...

Everything You Need to Know About the 2016 Rio Olympics

Every two years, the world tunes in to watch the best of the best compete in the athletic event of the year. Feats of impossible...