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  • Jim Murray on the Olympics

     
    Feb. 7, 1980: Jim Murray writes, “The International Olympic Committee is a body of men made up largely of dukes and earls and lords and millionaires who look at the world through monocles, probably because they do not want to see more than they can...
  • Kelly Clark: Defying gravity

     
    Kelly Clark, gold medal winner in the women’s halfpipe at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, is known for consistently high air on her tricks all the way down the pipe. Other boarders may start with a lot of air......
  • Gretchen Bleiler: Upside down, spinning around

     
    Gretchen Bleiler includes the Crippler 720 — in which the rider spins twice while inverted — in her competition repertoire. She won the silver medal in women’s halfpipe at the 2006 Olympics in Turin, Italy....
  • Leno and Letterman have some fun with a little help from Oprah in Super Bowl spot.

     
    Jay Leno's rehabilitation tour continued in full force on Super Bowl Sunday when he appeared in a commercial with archrival David Letterman and queen of talk Oprah Winfrey during CBS' coverage of the game. The spot, shot last week, is......
  • The Who at the Super Bowl: Playing their younger selves

     
    It was an old-fashioned laser light show at Miami's Sun Life Stadium during the Super Bowl halftime show, as vintage rockers the Who energetically went largely without gimmicks and shtick during its brief mini concert. Relying on little more than......
  • No hard feelings over Copenhagen: Obama sends B team Biden to Canada's Vancouver Olympics

     
    Remember that Olympic Committee snubbing of Chicago last fall? Chicago Democrats do....
  • Jonathan Quick shows his patriotic side in Team USA hockey mask

     
    While the U.S. Olympic hockey team will be looking to make a statement against gold medal favorites Russia and Canada, the team's goalies will be making a patriotic fashion statement in the crease. Each of the American goalies competing in......
  • Hansen back on track as speedskating Olympian

     
    VANCOUVER -- It is hard to imagine an athlete could find anything good about herniating a disc in his back. Especially when it happened less than three months before a competition critical to speedskater Brian Hansen’s 2010 Olympic hopes. But......
  • IOC seeks straight dope, action on widespread Russian doping

     
    VANCOUVER, Canada -- International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge is concerned enough about doping among Russian biathletes and cross-country skiers that he has raised the issue with Russian Federation President Dmitry Medvedev. ``We have...
  • 'Chuck': Chuck and Sarah fall in love -- just not with each other

     
    "Chuck Versus the Mask" probably wasn't planned as the episode that was going to be the show's big cliffhanger heading into the Winter Olympics-mandated break. Remember, the series didn't think it would be back until after the Olympics, and this......
  • Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf awaits MRI on left ankle, still hopeful about Olympics

     
    The Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf had yet to have an MRI of his sprained left ankle but said Tuesday morning he remained hopeful he can play for Canada in the Olympics. "We're far from ruling that out, that’s for sure,” he......