Speed Skater Feels Disgraced, Community Choir is Showcased, and Hockey Rivalry Continues: Today's Olympic Roundup

Day 27 Torchbearer Marianne Limpert is Community Torchbearer in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Here is today's Olympic Roundup:

Pechstein Looks to Clear Name in Germany:
The 37-year old long track speed skater feels disgraced after a 2 year suspension over anomalies in her biological passport. She wishes to clear her name in Germany.  

Community Choirs Showcased During the Olympic Torch Relay:
Canadian choir master Gregory Charles composed There's a Light/Cette Flamme in French and English where the theme of light inspired him.

Rivalry Set to Ignite Olympic Hockey Tournament:
The battling duo Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin is still budding in comparison to ones that existed between legendary adversaries, but still it's a great battle between the Canadian and Russian team. 

Canada's Skiers Get Ahead for 2010 with STEALTH:
Getting ahead for the Games, the Sensor for the Training of Elite Athletes or STEALTH is a GPS unit that will help skiers find the fastest route down the mountain. 


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