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Call Me Fitz: Road to the Winter Games
50 minutes | Dec 6, 2017
Jonny Moseley, Olympic Gold Medal Skier
1998 Olympic Gold Medalist. MTV Road Rules host. Ninja Warrior Host. Voice of Warren Miller Ski Films. NBC Sports commentator. It's good to be Jonny Moseley. 19 years after winning his first Olympic medal, he earns a living "being Jonny," with his most recent accomplishment being the new voice of the iconic Warren Miller ski films. And the truth is, he owes it all to a trick called "the dinner roll" and a six-pack of beer. In this Call Me Fitz, Moseley tells the story of how the trick got its ridiculous name, the mistakes he made after becoming famous, and what bugs him about today's athletes.
15 minutes | Dec 4, 2017
Simone Biles, Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast
At 4 feet, 9 inches, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles was the biggest name of the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. In one Olympics, she became the most decorated female American gymnast in history. One year later, she sat down with Deirdre to talk about what it's been like to NOT train seriously for an entire year, how she went from foster child to international sweetheart and why she's decided to pursue the 2020 Games.
49 minutes | Nov 29, 2017
Nick Cunningham, Olympic Bobsledder
It was one of the more memorable moments of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. An American bobsledder got locked in his bathroom at the Athletes Village. No one heard his pleas for help so he kicked down the door. Then, he and teammate Nick Cunningham posted their "kool-aid man" moment on twitter. It went viral and the bobsledders found themselves in the middle of an international incident that would ultimately involve William Shatner! Three years later, Nick Cunningham is finally talking about what really happened behind the scenes with the USOC after bathroom-gate and his move to the driver's seat in the bobsled ahead of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
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