Montana Olympic Mogul Skier Heather McPhie will be the special guest athlete of the 29th Annual Big Sky State Games on July 18.
Heather McPhie is unwilling to back down.
U.S. freeskiing Olympic uniforms.
Team USA mogul skiers got a grey and white pattern on their Columbia Sportswear uniforms that's made to help "mask body movement."
Burton dubs the look of its U.S. snowboarding team jackets as “heirloom-hippy aesthetic.”
Team USA worked with Under Armour to build its speedskating suits.
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — Whitefish freeskier Maggie Voisin was the USA’s youngest Olympian in the Sochi Games, but the 15-year-old will not be able to compete after getting hurt in training on Friday.
NBC gave Andrija Vukovic, a freshman skier for Rocky Mountain College, a special shout-out during Friday's opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics, identifying him during its coverage of the parade of nations as a member of the Serbian ski team.
Watch images from every Winter Olympic opening ceremony since 1924.
View photos from the second day of the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
View photos from the opening ceremony Friday at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The freestyle moguls course in Sochi, Russia, has already injured a few athletes. This AP photo by Andy Wong shows Australia's Nicole Parks crashing at the finish of the moguls slope during a training session at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Tuesday. U.S. skier Heidi Kloser was hauled off …
The 2014 Olympic Games got under way Thursday in Sochi, Russia.
Bozeman's Heather McPhie finished 14th after the first round of the women's freestyle moguls event at the winter Olympics on Thursday in Sochi, Russia.
Bozeman’s Heather McPhie competed for the U.S. Olympic Team in women’s freestyle moguls at the Sochi Olympics in Russia. She'll be the torch lighter at the opening ceremonies of the Big Sky State Games on Friday.
Heather McPhie was skiing before she was born, and it seems the Bozeman Olympian was born to ski.
Reception planned for Olympic hopeful
The USA shooting team, including Pat Spurgin, far right, meets President Ronald Reagan after the 1984 Olympic games.