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Norwegian Alpine Ski Team Coach-less, Michael Bublé Hosts Olympic Hockey Games: Today's Olympic Round-Up

Day 25 George Gallant is the Community Torchbearer in Shediac, New Brunswick.

Norwegian Speed Skating Coach Fired Over Comment
The Norwegian national speed skating team lost its coach on Monday after skater Maren Haugli complained to the Norweigian speed skating federation over unwelcome comments made by American coach Peter Mueller.

Canadian Crooner Bublé to Work Olympic Hockey Games for Australian TV
Michael Bublé is well known for his singing talents, but he is also a huge hockey fan. He will be an Olympic hockey games commentator for Foxtel, an Australian television channel.

Legally Blind Torch Bearer Plans to Savour the Moment
Robbie Burt is legally blind and only has sight in his right eye, but that doesn't stop him from competing in triathlons, nor will it stop him from enjoying his 300m run with the Olympic flame.

Alpine Skiing Season Preview
Get to know Canada's alpine skiers and how they'll do at the 2010 Winter Games.

Stock Up / Stock Down
Canada's 2010 men's Olympic hockey team has yet to be named. Get to know the players being considered and how they add up. Who would you pick? Leave us a comment below.

anadian crooner Buble to work Olympic hockey games for Australian TV

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