Ever wondered how intense it would actually be to "mob" down the hill during the winter Olympics? Much like some things you watch on T.V, it looks easier than it is. When you look at the Sochi downhill course, from the skier's point of view, it seems a lot more extreme.
The United States dominated a new Olympic sport, and the host nation of Russia claimed its first gold of the Sochi Games during the first weekend of competition. Here's a recap of this weekend's action:
Those that paid close attention during the opening ceremony to the Olympic Games may have noticed one of the U.S. Olympians on crutches, that was 15-year-old Montana slopestyle competitor Maggie Voisin.
With Montana being a state that is no stranger to winter, the winter Olympics can be interesting, yet still boring to watch. That is why you should spice up your Olympic viewing party with some booze and drinking games. With this year's Olympics being held in Russia, vodka is preferred but not required.