On Feb. 11, 20-year-old Devin Logan earned a silver medal in the inaugural women’s ski slopestyle event at the Winter Olympics. On Feb. 13, as she was about to head to another medal ceremony for some teammates (spoiler alert!), she phoned EW to answer a few of our Sochi-themed burning questions.
While she did not know who has the high score on that “Rambo” arcade game in the mountain village, if Norwegian skier Aksel Lund Svindal is the only athlete stealing yogurt from the coastal village, or which one of the puppies fellow Olympian Gus Kenworthy rescued is the cutest, we did get some insight into the medalist lifestyle.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Congratulations. How many times have you heard that in the last 48 hours?
DEVIN LOGAN: So many, but thank you again.
Do you feel like you need to wear your Olympic medal everywhere because it might get stolen?
I definitely have been cautious about where I’m wearing it here — just because I’m running around to interviews, and it’s so close on time, that I don’t want to be stopped by everyone. That seems to be happening quite frequently when I’m wearing it. “Can I get pictures? An autograph?” Sometimes I feel bad saying, “Sorry, I can’t,” when I want to get a picture with everyone. So I keep it in my pocket when I’m on the go. But it’s always at my side, too, because I don’t want to lose it. READ FULL STORY