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Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

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Wescott digs deep for more gold
Article | WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Sure, he won the last gold Olympic medal in snowboard cross, but Seth Wescott, 33, had been largely forgotten this season. He had been injured. He had not competed well. He entered the Olympics ranked ninth in the world. The talk surrounded a Frenchman, an Austrian, a pair of...
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With more medals for Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht, U.S. ski team living up to hype
Article | Americans Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht finish second and third behind Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway in the men's super-G. Miller's silver makes him the country's most-decorated Alpine skier.
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Davis takes silver, is still a treasure
Article | RICHMOND, B.C. One-half of the U.S. speedskating team won a silver medal here Saturday evening at the Richmond Olympic Oval. The other half retired.
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Hamilton: Track speed is the real issue in luger's death
Article | The real issue in the death of an athlete at the Vancouver Games is speed. The sliding track is too fast, and that's why luger Nodar Kumaritashvili lost his life on Friday.
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United States gets the puck rolling
Article | VANCOUVER, B.C. -- By Tuesday morning, all the evidence suggested that the Winter Olympics had long since started. Canada, the host country, had celebrated its first gold. An Alpine ski race had finally been staged, wedged in between snowstorms and rain showers in the mountains north of here. Eve...
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A star falls, another rises during super combined
Article | In the super combined, American Lindsey Vonn led after the downhill but crashed in the slalom, opening the door for Germany's Maria Riesch. Julia Mancuso wins silver.
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Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
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Somber celebration
Article | The Vancouver Games get off to a somber start as the Opening Ceremony is held just hours following the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili.
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The American's Dream: Lysacek captures figure skating gold
Article | VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Russian Evgeni Plushenko raised his arms and pointed both index fingers triumphantly when his music stopped Thursday night, announcing to the crowd at the Pacific Coliseum that he was number one. Plushenko, however, ran into a problem. The judging panel disagreed.

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