The Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986 left a ring of ghost villages as residents fled, fearing radiation poisoning. But now people are choosing to live in the crumbling houses on the edge of the exclusion zone.
Two years ago, the company asked thousands of people about where they felt "most at home." At the time, 20% of subjects said it wasn't the space in which they lived. Two years later, they asked again, and found the number has risen by 15% among people who live in cities.
And since no one has ever actually completed this skill (a back handspring-half twist onto the vault table, a front double full off) in international competition, there's a good chance this will soon be called the Biles.