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It sucks to live in a world where people like Kim Davis can dictate your rights, but thanks to athletes like Gus Kenworthy, we're one step closer to true equality!
You may remember the 24-year-old skier from Sochi thanks to his silver medal and/or puppy-saving capabilities, but Gus is also going down in history as one of the first Olympians to come out at gay!
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We couldn't be happier for the out-and-proud hottie, who revealed the big news on the cover of ESPN magazine Thursday! He tweeted simply:
In 2012, there were only 23 openly gay athletes, so we're beyond ecstatic to have Gus as representation in the sports world.
[Image via ESPN/Gus Kenworthy/Instagram.]
A Romanian snowboarder and mountain rescue worker named Sorin-Alexandru Radu survived an incredible event recently.
And more impressive is the fact that he caught it all on his GoPro camera!
Radu barely escaped with his life this past Tuesday when he had to snowboard through an avalanche on Papusa Mountain!
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And while the snowboarder was covered in snow from his head down to his toes by the end — the most important thing was that he was alive!
And as a bonus, he has an amazing video of the whole experience!
Check out the amazing feat (below)!
One of these things is not like the others…
YUP, it's Kim Kardashian. No surprises there, ha!
The reality TV starlet went skiing with a group of friends and their significant others in Utah over the weekend, and was sure to dress to impress on the slopes.
However, the 34-year-old's fashion efforts just made her look like a bit of a diva!
The U.S. Ski Team is in shock this afternoon as they are mourning the loss of two of their brightest stars who were taken from us far too early.
Ronnie Berlack and Bryce Astle, who were 20 and 19 years old respectively, were both killed in an avalanche Monday morning while training with teammates in the Austrian Alps.
The two were part of a group of six skiers descending from the 3,056-meter Gaislachkogel when the avalanche was set off. Their four teammates were able to escape unharmed.
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Officials say the