Apr 13, 2018
Did you know that the very first modern Olympics was held in April? We decided to celebrate by watching the 1984 TV miniseries "The First Olympics: Athens 1896."
This, of course, means we need to set the record straight on some a lot of facts, so Jill goes to Colby College to...
Apr 6, 2018
We answer questions we had during PyeongChang, namely, why do different sports have such different uniforms? Alison chats with Susan Sokolowski, Associate Professor and Director of the Sports Product Design Program at the University of Oregon, to learn more.
Plus, seven interested cities have decided to hang out with...
Mar 30, 2018
Unless someone has a wardrobe malfunction on the ice, it's rare to hear an announcer talk about a figure skating costume. Yet they're a vital part of a skater's competition.
We wanted to know more about the clothes, so Alison spoke with figure skating dress designer Pat Pearsall, who gives us the scoop on the dresses...
Mar 23, 2018
This week we're looking at some of the other important people who make the Games happen for us fans. Where would we be without the pictures?
Multifaceted photographer and author Lou Jones talks with us about the wonders and difficulties of photographing the Games -- and shares his training regimen with us.
Lou has shot...
Mar 15, 2018
We're back in PyeongChang (figuratively speaking) for a look at what's been going on with the Paralympic Games--and the hijinks of one of our favorite mascots, Bandabi.