Olympic Monday Night
2018-02-12T00:00:56Z2018-02-12T00:00:56ZBy Brian Winner, Sports Reporter
Monday night the Olympics feature Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding, and Speed Skating. Alpine Skiing features the downhill phase of the super combined. Chloe Kim and U.S. teammate Kelly Clark compete in women's half-pipe, while extreme sports icon Shaun White highlights the men's field. Plus, women's 1500m speed skating.
New Albany senior Romeo Langford has been named a McDonald’s All American. “It was a dream ever since I started playing basketball, if you play high school basketball I’m pretty sure this is a goal for everyone in their career. I remember watching Lebron James when he was in the dunk contest and to be one of those guys on the same stage is just a blessing,” said Langford. Romeo however plans to compete in the three-point contest over the dunk contest if he was given the option.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - What's the nations third ranked team do in their spare time? They let loose at Nulu's hottest up and coming business -- Flying Axes. "We've been here for the past couple weeks by ourselves with no other students here," sophomore Parker Chitty said. "(We) just get away and do something that's kind of out of the ordinary obviously, definitely out of the ordinary." "We tried to do a bunch of team bonding activities,"Chivarsky Corbett told us.
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