It’s been really nice to be able to draw on my Olympic experience in my day-to-day life. But there’s still a bunch of stuff that being in the Olympics can’t help you out with. Cooking breakfast, for example.
To stay on top in my sport takes a lot of hard work and practice. I spend around three hours on the track and two hours in the weight room, six days a week. When I run, I clear my…
Next up in the Rio Olympics edition of What the (Blank)? is USA Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad. Yes, this is her real handwriting.
When people think of an American Olympic athlete, they probably don't picture someone who looks like me. Black. Muslim.
There are a few words frequently associated with boat rides. Relaxing, peaceful, some even say they’re romantic. Unfortunately, the ones that I go on aren’t any of those things.
When I stood on the podium in Mexico City in 1968, you were with me.
The 39th squad in school history also happens to be one of the most successful. The Michigan softball team capped off its 2016 season with a three-game sweep of Rutgers, which helped earn the Wolverines their 20th Big Ten championship, and ninth in a…
Next up in our What the (Blank)? series is the entire University of Michigan softball team.... Yes, the entire team. And yes, this is their real handwriting.
Being Muslim in America right now is not easy. I think it’s especially tough for Muslim women who literally wear religion on our sleeve, in a sense.
You may have never heard of a tokui-waza, and you may have never heard of judo. But I’m sure you have an idea of who Ronda Rousey is.
Next up in our What the (Blank)? series is University of Michigan softball infielder Sierra Romero. Yes, this is her real handwriting.
I’ve made a lot of money riding bulls, and I hope to make a lot more. But to me, it’s always been about the gold buckle.