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Northug wins 50K cross-country race   Vancouver: Petter Northug won his fourth medal of the Olympics, using his trademark sprint to overtake Germany's Teichmann on the final straightaway Su... Canada revel in record gold haul  Vancouver: With 13 golds, Canada have become the most successful hosts of a Winter Olympics after guaranteeing that they will finish top of the medals ... U.S. guaranteed record Olympics haul  Vancouver: Bode Miller failed in his bid for an unprecedented medal haul but the United States will finish the 2010 Winter Olympics with a record total Riesch doubles up with slalom gold   Vancouver: Maria Riesch added slalom gold to her super-combined title as her great friend and rival Lindsey Vonn went out on the first run Korea's Kim skates to gold  Vancouver: Kim Yu-Na skated a flawless free skate to handily claim Olympic gold in the figure skating finals and earn the first figure skating medal for her country Canada women's ice hockey triumph  Vancouver: Hosts triumphed in the women's ice hockey final with a 2-0 win over arch-rivals the United States at a packed Ice Hockey Palace Rebensburg wins giant slalom  Vancouver: Young German skier Viktoria Rebensburg sprung a huge upset as she claimed gold in the the weather-delayed women's giant slalom Canada rips Russia, moves to semis  Vancouver: Canada ended 50 years of Olympic hockey frustration against Russia with a 7-3 romp over the world champions Kim grabs huge lead with short program  Vancouver: Kim Yu-nas's core of 78.5 points not only shattered her own world record, it put her almost five points ahead of longtime rival Mao Asada of... Giant-slalom gold for Janka  Vancouver: Carlo Janka added the men's Olympic giant-slalom title to his list of honors -- after Bode Miller skied out in his attempt to claim a record... Canada Wins Ice Dancing Gold  Vancouver: Tessa Virtue, 20, and Scott Moir, 22, skating with romance and creativity, gave the Canadians their first-ever ice dancing gold medal Giant leap gives Austrians ski jump gold   Vancouver: A giant leap from Gregor Schlierenzauer gave Austria a sensational gold medal in the men's team ski jumping competition USA stuns Canada in hockey  Vancouver: On the day before the 30th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice, Team USA is defeating the mighty Canadian team, 5-3 Bode Miller secures first Olympic gold. Vancouver Korean skater doubles up. Vancouver Ammann wins fourth ski jump gold  Vancouver: Swiss ski-jumper Simon Ammann made history with his second gold medal of the 2010 Winter Olympics Fischbacher wins super-G gold. Vancouver Olympics: Svindal edges Bode for gold. Vancouver Second gold for Canada. Vancouver Luger 'had fears over Olympic track'   Georgia: Nodar Kumaritashvili, 21, killed in a training accident in Vancouver phoned his father before the Games to say the layout of the track frightened him Warm temps hit some Olympic events  Vancouver: It is unseasonably warm in the Northwest, and several events on the Olympics have already been postponed or canceled Luge resumes with safety changes  Vancouver: The men's event was moved to the lower women's start, which was expected to cut speeds by around 10kph Olympic opening clouded by death
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Canadians celebrate men's hockey win  Vancouver: Thousands of Canadians turned the streets of Vancouver into rivers of red in jubilant celebration of the country's Olympic gold-medal win Canada win thrilling final gold of Olympics
Vancouver bids Olympics farewell

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  The Winter Olympics drew to a spectacular close after 17 days of intense competition. Canada topped the medal table
  Vancouver: Crosby's extra-time goal secured Canada the gold medal after a dramatic 3-2 win over the United States in the men's ice hockey

  Vancouver: The opening ceremony for the 2010 Winter Olympics began on a somber note as members of the delegation from Georgia mourned the loss
Luger killed in Olympics practice crash
  Vancouver: Nodar Kumaritashvili, 21, a luge slider from Georgia was crashed during an Olympic training session hours before the opening ceremony

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Jul.2 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
   Czech Republic: The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea

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B. 02-28 Vancouver bids Olympics farewell Vancouver
2. 02-28 Canadians celebrate men's hockey win Vancouver
02-28 Canada win thrilling final gold of Olympics Vancouver
E. 02-28 Northug wins 50K cross-country race WHISTLER, Vancouver
F. 02-27 Canada revel in record gold haul Vancouver
G. 02-27 U.S. guaranteed record Olympics haul Vancouver
H. 02-26 Riesch doubles up with slalom gold Whistler, Vancouver
I. 02-25 Korea's Kim skates to gold Vancouver
9. 02-25 Canada women's ice hockey triumph Vancouver

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