Topic: Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
There's a nice story behind the Olympic flower bouquets presented to medal winners at the 2010 Winter Games.
03/01/2010 04:57 pm
After a stuttering start to its Vancouver Olympics, Canada wins four medals and serves up a 7-3 demolition of Russia in ice hockey. Was 'Winning Wednesday' all thanks to a bearded skeleton slider?
02/25/2010 08:36 am
Women ski jumpers banned from the Winter Olympic event. But women's participation in the Olympic Games has increased dramatically in recent years.
02/22/2010 05:22 pm
With eight of 16 days of competition completed, Canada has a third the number of medals as the US – falling short of its bold expectations, but engaging most Canadians nonetheless.
02/21/2010 02:01 pm
One day after Nodar Kumaritashvili's fatal crash on the luge track, officials have made several modifications to the run, including the men's starting point.
02/13/2010 03:13 pm
The opening ceremonies of the Vancouver Winter Olympics were most memorable when they highlighted what makes Canada unique – and different from its southern neighbor.
02/13/2010 02:09 am
Cypress Mountain, the venue for the snowboarding and freestyle skiing events, has had to truck and fly in enough snow to fill 20 Big Bens. But organizers say it's now ready to go.
02/12/2010 07:50 pm
Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili died Friday after a crash during a training run. The luge death comes after many athletes expressed fears about the Whistler track, the world's fastest and most difficult.
02/12/2010 06:08 pm
As long as the Olympics change locations, ill-equipped cities like Vancouver will make cosmetic preparations that only exacerbate local issues.
02/12/2010 12:20 pm
Amplifying a recent trend, the 2010 Winter Olympics will be split between two cities – Vancouver and Whistler – almost completely separate from each other. Critics say it undermines the Olympic spirit of unity.
02/11/2010 05:06 pm
With the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games hurtling toward opening ceremonies, workers are battling warm temps with shipped-in snow while bus drivers from all over the US and Canada grip highlighted maps in their bid to find unfamiliar destinations.
02/09/2010 02:56 pm
Soaring above the rugged British Columbia landscape, young Austrian sensation Gregor Schlierenzauer will aim for gold. But absent will be women jumpers, who lost a legal battle to end Olympic ski jumping's 86-year history as a men's-only sport.
02/08/2010 03:30 pm
Canada's Supreme Court today ended the legal bid of more than a dozen women ski jumpers from around the world who were seeking to pry open the last Olympic door shut to women. They were hoping to compete in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.
12/22/2009 03:15 pm
Women ski jumpers sue for the right to compete in the Vancouver Olympics and stop men from jumping if women can't.
11/09/2009 12:00 am