The Greatest Olympian: Bolt or Phelps?
How can we compare the greatest sprinter and greatest swimmer in Olympic history?
A Few Thoughts at Olympic Halftime
Thoughts on Olympic performances, why the Olympics can't only be for amateurs anymore, and our misguided notions of amateurism.
Growth on the Platform: Female Olympic Talent
An historical perspective on female athletes, the Olympics, and doping in Olympic weightlifting.
Outcry Over Newspaper's Coverage of Tia-Clair Toomey
The coverage of Toomey's performance in the 58kg division was published earlier today.
Another One Bites the Dust: U.S. Weightlifting Residency Program Closes
Top American lifters will be forced to find a new program as of September 30, 2016.
5 Olympic Weightlifting Champions Fail Doping Retests
It looks like we're going to see a reshuffle of the final podiums from Beijing and London over the coming weeks.
Caitlyn Jenner: I Just Had to Comment
The recent controversy over Caitlyn Jenner proves the world out there is not always so well versed in sport issues as I might have presumed.
The Surprising New Sport of Brazil
You think the only Brazilian sports worth mentioning are fútbol or beach volleyball? Jorge Califrer is pioneering the sport of weightlifting in Brazil.
Weight Training in the Movies: A Reflection of Society?
One movie that stands out is 1955's Wee Geordie. Back then I was training with a hammer thrower, so we gave the movie our expert critique.
Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Is it Okay to Switch Citizenship Just for a Gold Medal?
People change citizenship all the time. But when it comes to the Olympics, is it okay for someone to leave their country for no other reason than to have a better chance at winning gold medals?
The 3 Most Valuable Lessons a Young Athlete Can Learn From the Olympics
For young athletes, the Olympic Games can represent their future hopes and dreams. It can also be a source of valuable lessons in sportsmanship, spirit, and achievement.
Weightlifting and Figure Skating: An Odd Fit? Or Are All Olympians Doing It?
Back in 1980, my weightlifting athletes at the Olympic Training Center informed me that Randy Gardner, pairs figure skating champion was executing clean and jerks in the 200lb range.
How to Train Like an Olympic Speed Skater (Those Legs!)
I was so impressed watching the speed skaters in Sochi that I just had to sit down and research their training methods. You'd be surprised at how much of it you can give a try.
How We Can Apply the Olympics to Our Own Training
Olympians are glorified and their success is celebrated worldwide. But at what cost? And what does it have to do with each of us and the time we spend in the gym?
5 Lessons the Olympics Teach Us about Sport and Life
While the Olympics might also seem over the top, one thing is also certain - the Olympics captivate our attention. They do so because the Olympics teach us many lessons about sport and life.
Eric C. Stevens
Technology Doping in the Olympics: Cheating or Progress?
Drugs aren't the only controversial thing about the Olympics. The doping debate surrounding the 2014 Olympic Games also relates to use of technology in sport.
Judo and Life: From Beginners to Elites With AnnMaria De Mars and Kayla Harrison
Ann Maria De Mars is a world-class judo champion, but she prefers to talk about her middle school students. Hear what both De Mars and her Olympic gold medal winning student Kayla say about judo.
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