2010 Winter Olympics: The 10 Most Interesting Things We Learned-Day 15

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2010 Winter Olympics: The 10 Most Interesting Things We Learned-Day 15

Friday, Feb. 26 or Day 15 of the 2010 Winter Olympics was an eventful one to say the least.

-- Canada improved their medal count and are rallying around their "Own the Podium" phrase

-- Apollo Ohno rebounds from a DQ to win a medal

-- Norwegian Ole Einar Bjoerndalen keeps Norway quietly in the hunt for the medal count lead

-- Wicked speeds spell trouble for Bobsledders in Whistler

-- Vonn doesn't advance in the Slalom; Germany takes the gold

-- Sauerbreij wins first Dutch Olympic snowboard gold

-- Canadian women blow curling lead, lose gold to Sweden

-- Monumental hockey rematch set for final day of Olympics

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