Feb. 20, 2015, 5 p.m. (ET)

Kikkan Randall, in action this week in Sweden, makes a cameo in Team USA's viral video rendition of Uptown Funk.

The Miracle on Ice turns 35

The ranks have been thinned by tragedy, most recently the death of Bob Suter, but the mere presence of so many members of the 1980 Miracle on Ice team in one place is bound to rank high on the calendar of Olympic events this year.

On the weekend of the 35th anniversary of the Do You Believe In Miracles moment, Lake Placid aims to host every living member of the team for a "Relive the Miracle" celebration. 

Herb Brooks Arena opens its doors to the public on the evening of Feb. 21 (tickets are, fittingly, $19.80).

The event will include a tribute to Suter, who passed away in September, and his No. 20 jersey will be raised to the rafters.

Earlier this week, goaltender Jim Craig seemed already to have Lake Placid on his mind:

Speaking of hockey

It was a year ago this week that T.J. Oshie played hero -- a term from which he distanced himself as gracefully as anyone could have imagined -- for Team USA in Sochi, sending the United States past host Russia in a dramatic shootout. Check out Sochi's shootout star up to some of his new tricks at the 2:58 mark of this often mesmerizing (sometimes humbling, if you play the game) video:

Make a dragon want to retire, man

Too hot! One of this season's greatest hits, Uptown Funk, with its full-on horns and dance-worthy hooks, had Team USA's nordic skiers kicking off their skis and kicking up their heels to star in their own version of the instant classic:

There were even in-the-team-van shots, perhaps as homage to one of the original pop-sport crossover video vehicles: Harvard baseball's rendition of Call Me Maybe. And kudos to the Team USA nordic skiers for some legit choreography. This week, the team is competing at the 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden. The event opened Wednesday and runs a total of 11 days, over which organizers are predicting 200,000 fans. 

Amy Purdy, start your engine

Dating back to the Paralympic Games, an unforgettable year,  which includes a bronze medal in Sochi and a second-place finish in Dancing with the Stars, continues this weekend for Paralympic star Amy Purdy, who will drive the pace car at the Daytona 500.

Take it away, Amy:

Caught speeding

While it was the Dutch submitting a dominant speed skating showing in Sochi, it was Team USA shining this past week at the World Single Distance Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands, where the United States captured a total of seven medals. Brittany Bowe earned two golds (in the 1000m and 1500m) and a silver medal, and Heather Richardson hit for a cycle, of sorts, earning a gold (500m), a silver (1000m) and a bronze (1500m). Shani Davis also won his first major title in four years, taking gold in the 1000m.

Indeed, even though it brought him to tears, a happy Valentine's Day for Davis: