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Summer Olympics 2016
While the men and women who will be at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio may have the same goal, each has their own story to tell.
These provide a unique and intimate glimpse into everyday life in one of the world’s most vibrant cities.
Right now I'm getting ready for the World Championships coming up in August in Beijing, so I've been going extra hard.
Next up in our What the (Blank)? series is former Team USA swimmer Kara Lynn Joyce. Yes, this is her real handwriting.
What’s driven me the last four years is not how close I came to winning a bronze in 2012 — it’s the desire to experience the Olympics with Ben.
Next up in the Rio Olympics edition of What the (Blank)? is Team USA swimmer Ryan Lochte. Yes, this is his real handwriting.
Next up in the Rio Olympics edition of What the (Blank)? is USA Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad. Yes, this is her real handwriting.
Here's what I want you to think about before you jump off that starting block or dive into that pool: Why are you doing this?
Next up in the Rio Olympics Edition of What the (Blank)? is USA Women's Basketball forward Tamika Catchings. Yes, this is her real handwriting.
My job now is to win a gold medal with my teammates and get goosebumps all over again when I hear our national anthem.
Next up in our What the (Blank)? series is USA Water Polo's John Mann. Yes, this is his real handwriting.
“You're not defined by the nos and yesses in life,” I told myself, “but by your purpose and values.” What’s my purpose? And when I walked into the lodge, a voic