Travel and Food Editor at Mic; Editor in Chief of MochiMag.com. Previously: Travel + Leisure; Town & Country. Author of the Roommates: True Tales of Friendship, Rivalry, Romance, and Disturbingly Close Quarters (Picador).
During the Winter Olympics, Mic is tracking a group of athletes who are smashing records and breaking boundaries. To follow the coverage, visit ourOlympics hub. On Wednesday morning, Team USA’s Elana Meyers Taylor and Lauren Gibbs won the silver medal in the women’s bobsled competition at the Olympics. After four heats,In their second heat, Meyers Taylor and Gibbs set a start time record of 5.21 and a track record of 50.52 at the Pyeongchang track.
During the Winter Olympics, Mic is tracking a group of athletes who are smashing records and breaking boundaries. To follow the coverage, visit our Olympics hub. On Wednesday morning, Team USA’s Elana Meyers Taylor and Lauren Gibbs won the silver medal in the women’s bobsled competition at the Olympics. After four heats, Meyers Taylor and Gibbs finished their final heat at 3:22:53, with the German team taking gold at 3:22:45 time and Canada taking the bronze at 3:22:89.
March is when the cold starts to let up and much of the country finally gets signs of warm weather. But if you start planning a trip for the summer months, you’ll hit high season for most destinations. Instead, seek out places you can go now — an ideal combination of warm weather and no crowds.
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Selecting a term
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