Thank you, Ashley Wagner. Thank you for giving us the gift of another Olympic meme that might surpass the famous "McKayla is not impressed" meme someday! Wagner made her Olympics debut Saturday during the team figure skating event, but was a little disappointed by her score...
And when we say disappointed, we mean furious! After seeing her score of 63.10, Ashley Wagner's shocked expression took the web by storm as the newest Olympic meme! Check out the original below:
The one with Spongebob Squarepant's Patrick might be our favorite, but which one do you love the most? Does this beat McKayla's pout? Sound off in the comments below!
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Finally, the 2014 Winter Olympics are here! Opening ceremony starts tomorrow, but what are we doing to do when NBC plans on delaying the airing the opening ceremony for eight and a half hours? No worries, Mashable has luckily created a guide for fans who really want to watch the ceremony! Keep reading for the rundown.
- On your television
- This is only for Canadians and Europeans, sorry! Check your local provider to find out the time of broadcast.
- On Twitter
- Use Twitter to get a behind the scenes look at the ceremony! Many of your favorite athletes or reporters are on Twitter, and so is Sochi 2014! Follow the official Winter Olympics account here (or on the main page of this wikia), and check out this list of verified Olympians who will be there!…
- On your television
Lindsey Vonn will be at Sochi...kind of! According to Deadline, NBC has added the gold medal winning U.S. skier as a Sochi 2014 correspondant! Headquartered stateside, Vonn will appear leading up to and throughout the Games on both NBC Sports’ coverage and Today.
It was unfortunate that Vonn couldn't compete due to a knee injury, but at least she'll still be part of the Winter Olympics in some way! On that note, who do you think is poised to take the gold now that Vonn is out of the competition? We have our hearts set on the rookie star making her Olympic debut, Mikaela Shiffrin!
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Sochi 2014 is coming up fast, but how will people NOT living in Sochi, or even in that timezone, watch the Winter Olympics? We all have our favorite events whether it's figure skating or ice hockey, and, luckily, NBC will be providing full coverage for Olympics fans. So, have no worries and keep reading for how to watch your favorite events online or on your television!
- Live Stream
- If you're planning to watch a live stream of the competition
online, you'll need to first register your satellite or cable TV
subscription with NBC on its Live Extra site. After registration,
you'll be free to start streaming.
Unfortunately for cable dissidents, a pay-TV subscription package (with access to NBC networks) is the only way to watch to your heart's con…
- If you're planning to watch a live stream of the competition online, you'll need to first register your satellite or cable TV subscription with NBC on its Live Extra site. After registration, you'll be free to start streaming.
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- Live Stream
We wanted to let you all know about a cool Wikia project called the Community Choice Awards! We're basically picking some of the best lifestyle milestones of 2012 and asking the communities to vote for what they think should win!
We're reaching out because we have a Most-memorable Olympic moment list for the Olympics Wiki! If you think one of the moments we picked should win, spread the word and come vote!
Feel free to add to the lists here if you think anything is missing and I hope you enjoy participating in the Community Choice Awards!Read more >