2010 Winter Olympics

by Jake
In fitting tribute to its host nation, the closing ceremonies were an equal measure of the humble and the humorous.
In the exciting last event of the Vancouver Olympics, Canada pulled the 3-2 win 10 minutes into overtime.
The game hadn't even started, but the Vancouver bars were already packed with fans waiting to see who'd win gold.
The gals beat the Japanese team by just a hair to seal the win.
It'll be another showdown between the USA and Canada today. Can the Americans pull off a gold medal win on Canada's turf?
Canada swept away Norway to take men's curling gold, topping off an unprecedented Olympic unbeaten streak and salvaging the country's pride after the Canadian women lost the night before.
Finland staged a furious third period comeback to beat Slovakia 5-3 and claim the Olympic men's ice hockey bronze on Saturday to continue their stellar record in recent Games.
by Jake
Turns out "Own the Podium" may have worked out after all.
by Jake
Razzoli easily outskied the competition, as Austria went without a medal in men's Alpine skiing for the first time in 74 years.
All your favorites will be back on the ice tonight, without the stress of judges and medals.
For the first time in 62 years, the Americans won the 4-man event.
With 36 and counting, the US has really racked up those medals. And there's still time for more!
Intense rain and fog made the final Alpine event of the Olympics a little more interesting.
by Jake
It seems that Bode Miller will have to be content with three Olympic medals.
by Jake
In the aftermath of the massive 8.8 earthquake that devastated their country, the Chilean Olympic team has made plans to skip the closing ceremony in Vancouver.
Our reason for getting up on Sunday: this game.
It's been a good February for Bill Demong.
After a dissapointing DQ, Apolo rallied for one more medal in team relay.
Canada set the stage for an explosive end to the Vancouver Games, taming the Slovakian giant killers 3-2 on Friday to reach the Olympic men's ice hockey final and a showdown with the United States.
by Jake
The Swedish women, led by skip Anette Norberg, won a nail biter of a final match today against Canada, taking home Sweden's second gold medal.
A flag-waving Ole Einar Bjoerndalen anchored Norway to a resounding victory in the men's biathlon relay, the sixth gold medal for the most decorated biathlete in history.
by Jake
"Is Cheryl Bernard a curlgar or a milfimpian?" writes sports columnist Bill Simmons via Twitter. Charming!
by Jake
It's was not a good day for Kipper the Keeper.