Devin Logan waves her Team USA flags during the USOC 100 Days Out 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Celebration at Times Square earlier this week in New York City.
The 20-year-old free-skier and Olympic hopeful showed off her skills to the crowd during a demonstration before speaking with the press about the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
“After an amazing day in #NYC w @USOlympic on the #RoadToSochi just got my invite to @Allisports @DewTour! #stoked,” Devin wrote on Twitter afterwards.
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Congrats to Gracie Gold and Ashley Wagner — they’ll be representing CoverGirl during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics!
Announced earlier this week, they’ll join fellow Team USA and P&G reps Meryl Davis and Charlie White, as well as skier Lindsey Vonn and speed skater J.R. Celski for the Thank You, Mom campaign.
“I am a total girly-girl when it comes to makeup and putting together that whole package for the ice, so for me I usually like to pick out either a bold lip or a bold eye,” Ashley, 22, shared with PeopleStyleWatch.
She added, “Especially for my rock-and-roll program I love to play up the eyes so much, and I use this amazing mascara, the Flamed Out mascara by CoverGirl, and it gives my lashes just this perfect look. It really helps pull together this really bold eye.”
Hilary Knight wears her Team USA uniform proud at the USOC 100 Days Out 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Celebration at Times Square on Tuesday afternoon (October 29) in New York City.
The 24-year-old athlete joined team mates Meghan Duggan and Julie Chu for the event.
Hilary and Meghan recently spoke with NHL.com about the upcoming Olympic games.
“We’re just elevating the game to a different level,” she shared. “We’re faster. We’re stronger. We’re bigger. We’re just focusing on getting ourselves better. It’s going to be exciting to watch us play and compete.”
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And we’re back with even more Olympic hopefuls series for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics — and it’s figure skating this time around!
Did you know that figure skating originated in Finland some 4000 years ago? Figure skating in its current form started up in the mid-19th century and now has six common jumps — can you name them?
Be sure to click through our slideshow below to meet the women, men, pairs and ice dance hopefuls…
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We’re up to the Bobsled, Skeleton and Luge athletes in our “Meet The Olympic Hopefuls” series for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Luge, said to be the fastest sport on ice, is usually one or two persons on a sled, while Bobsled has up to four people. Skeleton is the counterpart to Luge, where the athlete rides the sled head first.
Check out all the athletes inside our slideshow…
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Ready for a new batch of Olympic hopefuls for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics?
JJJ has all the deets about Team USA’s Hockey hopefuls this time around.
We’ll also be introducing you to athletes in Skiing, Snowboarding, Figure Skating and more! Click through our slideshow below to find out all about the hockey players…
There are just seven months until the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and JJJ has the scoop on all the hopefuls eyeing spots on Team USA.
We’ll be introducing you to all the athletes in Skiing, Snowboarding, Figure Skating and more and we’re starting with Speed Skating! Some famous speed skaters you might know: Apolo Ohno and Bonnie Blair!
A competitive form of ice skating, in the Olympics there are two types — long-track (usually referred to as just “speed skating”) and short track.
Click through our slideshow below to find out all about the speed skaters…
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