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Vectorial Elevation to Light up Vancouver Nights During 2010 Winter Games; Alpine Skiing Season Preview, Doping Stands
Here's what’s making Olympic headlines today: 這是今天的奥运会新聞
CAS: Pechstein doping ban stands: Berlin long track speedskater Claudia Pechstein is forbidden to compete in her 6th straight Winter Olympics because she is responsible for "the illicit manipulation of her own blood."
Kiprusoff won't play in Olympics unless he starts: Miikka Kiprusoff, Flames goalie has been scouted by Team Finland, however, he won't go if he isn't going to be the Team's #1 guy. He currently has a 2.61 GAA, and a .914 save percentage.
Cook's focus shifts from Paralympics to survival: A wheezing cough worsens as it is reappearing in his lungs back from 2008. The bone cancer that claimed Cook's left leg at age 18 is back and he is fighting to beat this.
Fastest woman on ice tells 2010 Olympians to slow down: Le May Doan, the fastest woman on ice because of her constant record breaking, sends over sage comments to Canadians this Winter.
Vectorial Elevation to light up Vancouver nights during 2010 Winter Games: Starting at dusk on Thursday, February 4, 2010, beams of light will light up English Bay as part of the Cultural Olympiad and City of Vancouver special event for the Games.
Alpine Skiing Season Preview: The season kicks off in Atlanta for the men and Colorado for the women. Olympic analysts Cary Mullen, Karen Percy Lowe and Brian Stemmle shed light on what to expect for the 2009-2010 season. How prepared will Canada be?
Riesch head and shoulders above competition: One of the tallest woman, close to 6' in the world cup circuit, she hopes to dwarf her competition in Whistler.