Lindsey Vonn & Husband Getting Divorce

Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn and husband Thomas Vonn are calling it quits after four years of marriage.

“It is with great sadness that I announce that Thomas and I have begun divorce proceedings,” Lindsey, 27, says in a statement to The Denver Post.

Jeret Peterson, Olympic Skier, Commits Suicide

Jeret “Speedy” Peterson, the American freestyle skier who famously battled demons throughout his life but rose above them to win silver at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, has died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 29.

Lindsey Vonn Enjoying Life Off the Slopes

Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn has traded in her downhill skis for high heels, with a schedule packed with one formal event after another, from the Academy of Country Music Awards earlier this month to the upcoming White House Correspondents dinner.

“I’ve been enjoying life since the Olympics,” says Vonn, in an interview while shooting a commercial for Under Armour. “I’m just doing fun things now. No workouts, no training. I’m just enjoying the time away from skiing after a lot of years of grinding it out.”

QUOTED: Canadian Curler Cheryl Bernard Won't Go Naked

"I think it’s okay for women to pose if they want to, but it’s not my thing. But it is nice to be recognized for what you do in your sport and for our fitness level, but I don’t pay attention to the other stuff."

• Canadian curler Cheryl Bernard, 44, to PEOPLE on Saturday about the false rumor she posed nude for a calendar called The Women of Curling, and adding that posing in the altogether is “not necessary in my life. It’s not on my Bucket List.”
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Apolo Ohno Sheds 16 Lbs. But Wins Eight Medals

On Friday night, short-track speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno ended his phenomenal Vancouver run with his third Olympic medal. This time, it was a bronze, in the 5,000-meter relay – his having been disqualified from the 500-meter finals, where he had won gold in Torino.

For Joannie Rochette, Mixed Emotions over Olympics

In the hours since Canada’s Joannie Rochette won the bronze medal in the ladies’ figure skating competition at the Vancouver Olympics, the 24-year-old, whose mother died of a heart attack Sunday has been navigating a maze of mixed emotions.

Kim Yu-Na Takes the Figure Skating Gold

When the final group of six Olympic skaters stepped onto the ice in Thursday’s ladies’ free-skate competition before a capacity crowd at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, there were more plot lines brewing than in an episode of Modern Family:

Johnny Weir Responds to Mocking Broadcasters

Johnny Weir is fired up over comments by a pair of Canadian broadcasters who suggested his costumes and “body language” set a bad example for male skaters and joked he may have to take a gender test.

“I’m not somebody to cry about something or to be weak about something,” Weir, 25, told a press conference in Vancouver on Wednesday. “I felt very defiant when I saw these comments.”

U.S. Olympic Goalie Scores – with Hollywood!

Hockey goalie Ryan Miller seemingly came out of nowhere to become the unexpected American hero of the winter Games with his amazing performance during the upset of Canada.

But the 29-year-old Michigan native who plays professionally in Buffalo was well known before his Olympic heroics in one unlikely place: Hollywood.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Rachael Flatt and Mirai Nagasu

Rachael Flatt and Mirai Nagasu remain in the medal hunt after finishing fifth and sixth, respectively, in Tuesday’s ladies’ short program at the Vancouver Olympics, but here are 10 things you likely don’t know the American teenage figure-skating tandem.

1. Think the free-skater Rachael Flatt, 17, has delicate footwork on the ice? Well, her coach Tom Zakrajsek says she’s a demon when it comes to playing the Dance Dance Revolution video game. “She is really good at it,” he says.