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2010 Winter Olympics

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Top 2010 Winter Olympics Articles

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  • Speedskating: Richmond Olympic Oval

     
    Intended as a lasting architectural symbol of the Games, the Richmond Olympic Oval will host the long-track speedskating competition during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Located south of downtown, the $143-million facility sits on the banks of the Fraser...
  • Bilodeau gives Canada its first gold medal on home soil

     
    Alexandre Bilodeau won the men's moguls competition, giving host nation Canada its first gold medal of the Vancouver Winter Olympics. It is the first time Canada has ever won a gold medal on its home soil. Dale Begg-Smith of Australia......
  • Gold style at the Olympics opening ceremonies in Vancouver

     
    Before we hunker down to spend the next couple of weeks watching world-class athletic competitions at the Vancouver Olympics, let's take note of how good most competitors looked at the opening ceremonies Friday. Why? Well, as my spouse is fond......
  • Sunday's Highlights: Jane Austin's 'Northanger Abbey' on 'Masterpiece Classic'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 14 - 20 in PDF format This week's TV Movies LOVE: Felicity Jones stars as in-love-with-love Catherine Morland in the encore of 'Masterpiece Classic: Northanger Abbey' at 9 p.m.......
  • Hannah Kearney wins America's first gold medal of Vancouver Games

     
    U.S. skier Hannah Kearney upset Canadian Jenn Heil to win the gold medal in the women's moguls competition Saturday night. It was the first gold of the Vancouver Winter Olympics for America. Shannon Bahrke of the U.S. took the bronze......
  • Switzerland's Simon Ammann wins first gold medal of 2010 Winter Olympics

     
    Switzerland's Simon Ammann won the first gold medal of the Vancouver Winter Olympics on Saturday in the normal hill ski jumping, finishing with a final score of 276.5 points after his two jumps. Poland's Adam Malysz won the silver medal......
  • Live from the Winter Olympics opening ceremony (Part 3)

     
    9:15: It's all over folks. Not the best opening ceremony of all time. Today's death cast a bit of a pall over it. However, looking back it captured the spirit of Vancouver perfectly. A big, friendly city gets a big,......
  • Seth Wescott of the U.S. wins gold medal in men's snowboard cross

     
    Seth Wescott of Sugarloaf, Maine, has won the gold medal in the men's snowboard cross at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Mike Robertson of Canada finished second and Tony Ramoin of France finished third. Nate Holland of Squaw Valley, Calif., fell......
  • Photo essay: Vancouver catches Olympic fever

     
    Canadian photographer Kris Krug is no stranger to our Olympics blog. Two years ago he provided some beautiful photographs while covering the Summer Olympics in China. Being a native Canadian, in fact a resident of Vancouver, made him especially suited.......
  • Sarah D. Morris: a love affair with short-track speedskating

     
    Apolo Anton Ohno tied for the most medals won by an American Winter Olympian on Saturday. His longevity in short-track speedskating has helped give the sport added popularity around the world. Wednesday, Ohno can become the most decorated American Winter....
  • Bobby Ryan: The whole Olympic experience has been a whirlwind

     
    Winger Bobby Ryan of the Ducks and the U.S. Olympic hockey team is joining The Times' Olympic blog and will be posting his thoughts periodically during the Vancouver Games. Ryan, 22, is playing in his first Olympics. Hello Times readers,......