Your Olympic Babe O’ The Day

Meet Endija Terauda, a 24-year old skeleton racer from Latvia. Endija is fairly new to the sport, making her debut in 2020. Her 100m hurdle background definitely helps, as she’s wicked fast. She debuted at the 2020 World Cup in Sigulda finishing in third place, which is her best World Cup result to date.

This is her first Olympics, and she finished 20th out of twenty in the competition, but she’s young and it’s difficult to get past the Germans.

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There Are No Bones About It

I love Arizona – it’s one of my retirement destination finalists – but like every state, even Arizona has its share of morons. Morons who will do anything to escape rush hour traffic.

A 62-year-old man was cited in Arizona this week after trying to disguise a fake skeleton as a passenger just to use the HOV lane.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says a trooper pulled over the man on Thursday after noticing he had placed a fake skeleton in the passenger’s front seat. The skeleton was sitting upright, wearing a hat and tied to the front seat.

Not for nothing, but the guy is 62 years old and living in Arizona. What are the chances this guy was rushing to work? So he likely did all this just to get where he needed to go a little faster. Well done, dumbass. Well done.

Your Olympic Babe O’ The Day

Today’s babe is crazy stupid hot in a crazy stupid scary event. Austrian skeleton racer Janine Flock.

Janine Flock (born 25 July 1989 in Hall in Tirol) is an Austrian skeleton racer. She was a participant at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. In February 2015 she became the first Austrian woman to win an overall World Cup skeleton title. She came in second at the 2016 World Championships, and is regarded as the best woman skeleton racer in Austrian history.

Janine is the closest thing to a national hero Austria has ever had; unless you count the Von Trapp family… and I don’t.

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