2010 Winter Olympics: The 10 Most Interesting Things We Learned on Day Four

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2010 Winter Olympics: The 10 Most Interesting Things We Learned on Day Four

Day Four of the 2010 Winter Olympics saw six medal events, a storied romance on the ice, the fallout from an athlete who chose not to smile, and the failure of not one, not two, but three zambonis

There were thrills and spills in the pairs' figure skating, nail-biting finishes in the men's snowboardcross, and birthday treats at the speed skating rink.

On a more somber note, there were more revelations about the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili who, we learned on Monday, phoned his father before the fatal accident to tell him he was scared of the track.

From Kumaritashvili's phone call and Lindsey Vonn's painful return to skiing to a man nicknamed "The Butcher" failing to leave his mark, here are the 10 most interesting things I learned from Day Four of the Olympic games.

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