1. 2010 Winter Olympics Day 7: Team USA: The Good and the Bad

    Day 7 of the Winter Olympics saw six gold medals up for grabs, as athletes competed in eight events. Between Evan Lysacek, Lindsey Vonn, Hannah Teter, Gretchen Bleiler, and Johnny Weir, some ...

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  2. 2010 Winter Olympics: Breaking Down the Men's Halfpipe as Shaun White Wins Gold

    It was the victory lap of all victory laps as Shaun White threw down the much-hyped Double McTwist. White successfully defended his Olympic gold medal in men’s snowboard halfpipe Wednesday ...

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  3. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn Wins Gold in Her Greatest Performance Ever

    Lindsey Vonn claimed the one medal that has eluded her throughout her illustrious career on Wednesday when she turned in the performance of a lifetime to win gold in the women's downhill. I guess you could say it was just what the doctor ordered...

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  4. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Jacobellis Misses Out on Redemption

    Lindsey Jacobellis hot-dogged her way out of a gold medal four years ago in Torino. With the world expecting her to exact a measure of revenge—a word Jacobellis has openly used to highlight ...

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  5. 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 ...

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  6. 2010 Winter Olympics: Bode Miller's Downhill Bronze—Redemption or Consolation?

    US skier Bode Miller may have finally put the lingering disappointment of four years ago behind him on Monday when he took the bronze medal in men’s downhill skiing at Whistler Creekside. Miller got down the hill in a time of 1:54...

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  7. 2010 Winter Olympics Lindsey Vonn Update: Healthy, Ready For Gold

    U.S. skier Lindsey Vonn said she is no longer worried about being unable to compete in the Winter Olympics following a two-and-a-half hour practice session...

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  8. Meet Johnny Spillane, Team USA's First Ever Nordic Combined Medalist

    Johnny Spillane became the first American athlete to ever win a medal in the Nordic combined competition on Sunday when he finished second at the 2010 Winter Olympics...

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  9. 2010 Winter Olympics Lindsey Vonn Update: Could Delays Hurt Skier?

    Lindsey Vonn should have been suiting up in preparation of her first Olympic medal of the 2010 Winter Games today. Instead, she's holed up in her Whistler lodge baking banana bread and watching ...

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  10. 2010 Winter Olympics: Apolo Ohno Is Good, But He'll Never Be the Best American

    Apolo Ohno became one of the most successful US athletes in Winter Olympics history on Saturday night when he claimed a silver medal in the final of the men's 1,500-meter speed skating final...

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  11. 2010 Winter Olympics Lindsey Vonn Update: Is She Still the Favorite for Gold?

    Wet conditions, poor visibility, and mushy snow in Whistler, British Columbia, is playing right into the hands of US skier Lindsey Vonn...

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  12. 2010 Winter Olympics: Team USA He-Said, She-Said: Quotes From the Opening Ceremony

    216 American athletes marched into BC Place as part of the Parade of Nations at the Opening Ceremony to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games last night...

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  13. 2010 Winter Olympics: Downhill Called Off, Bode Miller's Medal Hopes Put on Hold

    Continuing rain and warm temperatures have forced officials to call off Saturday's scheduled men's downhill. The announcement was made by the International Ski Federation and Vancouver organizers ...

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  14. 2010 Winter Olympics: The Opening Ceremony in Pictures

    With the eyes of the world firmly focused on Vancouver, the Canadians put on a colorful show in front of 60,000 people at BC Place...

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  15. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn Update Day 3: US Skier Can Rest Until Monday

    Lindsey Vonn will have at least two more full days to rest her injured right shin, after Friday's training session was postponed because of poor visibility and bad weather...

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  16. 2010 Winter Olympics: News and Notes from Lindsey Vonn and Team USA

    The Opening Ceremony to the 2010 Winter Olympics is just a few hours away. Here's the news from the Team USA camp, including an update on Lindsey Vonn's injury, and the moment that a US athlete was left breathless...

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  17. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn Injury Watch, Day 2: "I'll Grit My Teeth"

    Lindsey Vonn has just announced via her Facebook fan page that she thinks she will be able to compete in the Olympics, even if she has to grit her teeth through the pain...

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  18. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn Injury Watch, Day 2: Snow Cancels Training

    The gods may be smiling down on American alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, as the 25-year-old was given an extra day to rest her bruised shin when continuing snow canceled the women's downhill practice...

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  19. 2010 Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn's Six Worst Crashes, Spills and Falls

    US skier Lindsey Vonn may be one of the very best competitors in the world, but she is not immune to disaster. The 25-year-old constantly pushes the boundaries of the sport, always trying to go faster, smoother, tighter down the snow covered mountains...

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  20. 2010 Winter Olympics: Team USA Announces Mark Grimmette As Flag Bearer

    Five-time Olympian Mark Grimmette will carry the Stars and Stripes at Friday's Opening Ceremony to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada. The U.S...

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  21. 2010 Winter Olympics: USA's Lindsey Vonn Will Fight Through Injury

    World Champion Lindsey Vonn says she is prepared to fight through the pain of a right shin injury in her bid to win gold at next week's Winter Olympics in Vancouver...

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  22. 2010 Olympics: Team USA's Ski Jumping Trio Paying Their Own Way

    Peter Frenette worked at an ice cream stand this summer. Nick Alexander washes dishes at a restaurant near his home. Anders Johnson cuts grass and spreads sod...

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  23. Been There, Done That, Got Four Olympic T-Shirts: Team USA's Five-Time Olympians

    Team USA will take a total of 216 athletes to Vancouver next week, including 87 returning Olympians with a combined 48 Olympic medals...

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  24. New Jersey Nets NBA Trade Rumors: Why Amar'e Stoudemire Is Leaving Phoenix

    The New Jersey Nets may be halfway through their record-setting season of misery and ineptitude, but help is on the horizon...

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  25. 2010 Winter Olympics: Team USA, Men's Hockey: The Defensemen

    Team USA has won just one ice hockey medal at the Winter Olympic Games since the "Miracle on Ice" in Lake Placid 30 years ago. If they really want to challenge the superpowers of Sweden, Finland, Russia, and Canada, the puck has to stop here...

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