- Two-time Olympian (2012, 2016); Three-time Olympic medalist (2 silver, 1 bronze)
- Rio 2016 Olympic Games, 5th (team); silver (parallel bars, horizontal bar)
- London 2012 Olympic games, bronze (all-around); 5th (team)
- Most recent: 2015 – silver (horizontal bar), 5th (team), 6th (parallel bars), 17th (all-around)
- Years of participation: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015
- Medals: 5 (1 gold, 2 silvers, 2 bronzes)
- Gold – 2011 (parallel bars)
- Silver – 2014 (parallel bars); 2015 (high bar)
- Bronze – 2011 (team); 2014 (team)
Red, White & Trending: Jan. 6-12
Jamie MacDonald Jan. 13, 2017
Bode Miller’s young son learns how to crash like his father, Carli Lloyd slays in Switzerland, agony soothed for injured figure skaters, Team USA’s Golden Globes takeover, Allyson Felix’s full medal haul on display, awed teammates gush over Katie Ledecky, the real story of Lindsey Vonn’s gruesome and grueling return, new gigs for Swin Cash and Kayla Banwarth, Alex Morgan’s excellent adventure, bobsledders’ unique parking lot workouts and much more.
Team USA's Top 16 Men Of 2016
Scott McDonald Dec. 19, 2016
U.S. male athletes dominated in all arenas in 2016.
Red, White & Trending: Dec. 2-8
Jamie MacDonald Dec. 09, 2016
Simone Biles, fan girl circa 2013, pretty much loses her mind after receiving a text from Aly Raisman; Steph Curry puts a spin on curling; Sydney Leroux Dwyer gets it out of the way early: She’ll be an overbearing soccer mom; Missy Franklin’s barnstorming book tour suggests she’s a big deal; freeskier David Wise takes his stairs six at a time, thankyouverymuch; plenty of dog pics; gymnasts in slow motion; summer stars hit the ice in Boston; Team USA around the world, including in the trees, and much more.
Red, White & Trending: Nov. 11-17
Jamie MacDonald Nov. 18, 2016
New Mannequin Challenge efforts arrive from Team USA gymnastics, soccer and judo stars; softball star Jennie Finch earns a Hall pass; Lindsey Vonn shares shots from her gruesome injury; Lex Gillette earns a starring TedX role; Allyson Felix, Janet Evans and Angela Ruggiero earn a starring role in Doha; the 6-foot-9 Phil Dalhausser wishes for a bigger world; Olympians are feted in New York and Austin; UFC captivates Team USA; Conor Dwyer is on a pretty good run; it’s ninja time again for gymnast Jonathan Horton; and more.
18 Medal Droughts Team USA Ended At The Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Nov. 03, 2016
The Chicago Cubs ended a 108-year championship drought, and so did Team USA.
Hispanic Athletes Had A Major Impact For Team USA In Rio
Chrös McDougall Oct. 13, 2016
Team USA celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Red, White & Trending: Sept. 23-29
Jamie MacDonald Sept. 30, 2016
Our 10 favorite images from Team USA’s epic White House visit, our favorite photos from the day before the epic visit (from rainy day selfies, to Olympic and Paralympic athletes receiving, and posing with, with their rings, to Team USA all dressed up for the Team USA Awards show), the Final Five’s excellent week, Danell Leyva’s “Carlton” dance lesson, Jordan Burroughs’ lasting legacy honor, Katie Ledecky’s cap celebrates in Washington, Ashton Eaton takes an awe-inspiring walk, Bubba Watson and Michael Phelps (and Boomer) are on the Ryder Cup scene, and much more.
25 Times Team USA Had The Most Precious Celebrations At The Rio Olympics
Sept. 14, 2016
See Team USA's most emotional medal celebrations from Rio 2016.
Red, White & Trending: Aug. 26-Sept. 1
Jamie MacDonald Sept. 02, 2016
Team USA’s Paralympic stars — including Tatyana McFadden, Brad Snyder, Jennifer Schuble and Jessica Long — are are retracing the magical Road to Rio (and they look good doing it), the Final Five's Video Music Awards odyssey (hugs with Beyonce? yes, hugs with Beyonce), all sorts of hometown cameos ranging from first pitches (Danell Leyva could use some work) to making a speech in front of an NFL team, keys to cities, Katie Ledecky and The Boss, Jordan Burroughs pricelessly snuggling with his baby (and in the crib, no less), Steve Langton stares down the Badlands, Mikaela Shiffrin and Missy Franklin become the bestest and fastest of friends, and much more.
Once An Olympic Alternate, Danell Leyva Wins A Pair Of Silvers To Close Rio Effort
Nick McCarvel Aug. 16, 2016
Leyva was second on both parallel bars and high bar, becoming first U.S. man to medal on the former since '96.