Even in the face of danger, people can't help but take selfies!
Matt Allum was skiing in the French Alps, when he flew right into a 60ft crevasse!
Overwhelmed with happiness at the fact that he wasn't injured or dead, Matt just had to take a selfie! You know how that goes.
Such great news!
Former Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher is said to no longer be in a coma!
Schumacher has been in a French hospital in Grenoble since a skiing accident late last year that many feared would cost him his life! The 45-year-old suffered severe head trauma and has been monitored closely by doctors ever since!
Now, the seven-time world champion is being transferred to a rehabilitation center in Lausanne, Switzerland where he will continue his treatment.
Wow! This is certainly unexpected!!
Earlier this week we caught wind that Tiger Woods' skier girlfriend Lindsey Vonn sparked an unlikely friendship with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren!
Well apparently things are even better than we thought as the new besties have taken it a step further and are even going on
The last two people you'd expect to immediately get along and end up being good friends are an ex-wife and her estranged lover's current girlfriend.
But that's exactly what happened when Lindsey Vonn met Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
An insider said that Elin wanted to get to know Vonn because she knew the super talented skier would be around her boy and girl, Charlie, 5, and Sam, 6, a lot.
The source said:
This is just so terribly sad to hear.
Russian skier Maria Komissarova suffered from a pretty nasty accident during a practice run at the 2014 Sochi Olympics which resulted in a fractured vertebrae in her lower back.
Unfortunately, this has lead to even worse news as she confirmed
Usually if you make someone cry, the very least you can do is offer a simple "I'm sorry."
Well, apparently NBC never got the memo! This past weekend, reporter Christin Cooper rubbed a lot of people the wrong way when she repeatedly asked Bode Miller about his deceased brother and made him cry in front of the camera!
NBC Olympics executive producer Jim Bell decided to speak out about the controversial, and in his mind there was absolutely nothing wrong with the waterworks: