Speaking with Steve Holcomb's 'Night Train' POSTED: Mar 1, 1:06a ET | UPDATED: Mar 1, 1:23a ET It hasn't even been a full 24 hours and members of Steve Holcomb's ‘Night Train' -- Curt Tomasevicz, Steve Mesler, and Justin Olsen -- plug along, celebrating the United States' first four-man gold medal since 1948. Prior to taking in the U.S. vs. Canada men's hockey game on Sunday, the world champion foursome sat down with NBCOlympics.com to talk about the excitement surrounding Saturday's big event and their post-Olympic plans.
Speaking with Erin Pac and Elana Meyers POSTED: Feb 26, 3:25a ET | UPDATED: Mar 1, 12:57a ET Still wrapping their minds around their bronze-medal win, U.S. bobsled team Erin Pac and Elana Meyers took some time out to speak with NBCOlympics.com about their momentous victory, race preparation, and what their plans are post-Vancouver.
Mark Grimmette Interview POSTED: Feb 11, 7:36p ET | UPDATED: Feb 11, 8:15p ET Mark Grimmette was selected by his Team USA compatriots to lead them into BC Place as the flag bearer for the Open Ceremony. NBCOlympics.com had the opportunity to ask Mark a few questions, including a couple from you! Read them here.
Speaking with Torah Bright POSTED: Feb 9, 9:22p ET | UPDATED: Feb 10, 1:46p ET Australia may not be the first place many people think of when it comes to snowboarding, but Down Under is where halfpipe specialist Torah Bright calls home. A 2006 Olympian, the 23-year-old is a medal contender in Vancouver. Yet while she makes her living on snow, Bright feels she was born to live by the beach and she finds her competitive juices flow most when driving a go-kart.
Q&A: Ryan St. Onge on technology in aerials POSTED: Feb 9, 3:15p ET | UPDATED: Feb 10, 3:24p ET Aerialist Ryan St. Onge on what kind of technology is at work to keep him safe and competitive as he soars 60 feet above the ground.
Ligety: 'I throw all my trust into my wax technician' POSTED: Feb 9, 2:34p ET | UPDATED: Feb 10, 1:42p ET NBCOlympics.com sits down with Torino gold medalist Ted Ligety to find out who tweaks his skies before a race, how to find the right wax combo, and the future of racing technology.
Speaking with Bengt Walden POSTED: Feb 8, 9:28p ET | UPDATED: Feb 8, 9:44p ET The Swedish native will make his Olympic debut as an American citizen in Vancouver, after competing for his home country in 1998 and 2002.
Quick chat with Dee Dee Trotter POSTED: Feb 8, 2:02p ET | UPDATED: Feb 8, 2:02p ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports When Dee Dee Trotter landed on the U.S. Olympic track and field team in 2008, it was nothing short of a minor miracle. A serious injury to her left knee left Trotter a shade of her formal self. After Beijing, she opted for microfracture surgery that forced her to miss the majority of the 2009 season. But Trotter is back on the track, and spoke about her surgery, recovery and goals for 2010.
Back on track with Nick Willis POSTED: Feb 5, 6:38p ET | UPDATED: Feb 10, 8:49a ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports Nick Willis had a 2009 filled with ups and downs. A torn hip labrum cut short his season around the same time he learned that the man who beat him for Beijing Olympic gold was a doper. On the eve of his comeback to competitive racing at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games, Willis spoke to Universal Sports about his trying year and 2010 outlook.
Going the distance with Anna Pierce POSTED: Feb 4, 7:46a ET | UPDATED: Feb 4, 8:26a ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports During 2009, Anna Willard Pierce established herself as one of the world's premier middle-distance runners. On the eve of her season debut at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games, she spoke with Universal Sports about her recent training, her evolution as a runner, her sixth-place finish in the 1500m at Worlds, and her lofty goals for 2010.
The 2010 U.S. Olympic team put on a performance for the history books. When they gave out the final medals Sunday, the Americans -- for the first time since the 1932 Games in Lake Placid -- stood atop the overall medals table, with 37.