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Olympic Torch Approaches Toronto, Top North American Talent, Medalists to Headline Nightly Whistler Victory Ceremonies: Today's Olympic Roundup

Here is our collection of Olympic Roundups for the following dates:

Dec.16: Official Vancouver 2010 apparel a hit with Canadians and Olympic fans the world over

The clearly red distinguishable $10 Vancouver Olympic mittens have sold their one millionth pair and more are on their way to provide to fans before the February 12th 2010 start.  

Dec.16: International Hockey Watch

Take a look at the contenders to derail Canada’s Olympic Hockey Team and the chance for our Gold.

Dec.16: North Vancouver's Osborne-Paradis fastest in training

North Vancouverite Manuel Osborne-Paradis clocks astoundingly well in a Worldcup downhill race training session in Val Gardena, Italy with two minutes, 1.48 seconds.  

Dec.16: Squamish Snowboarder Seeks Storybook Ending

Maelle Ricker, barring injury, will compete in her third Olympic Games in February. She relishes in the Squamish hometown pressure of participating in the Olympics and is in much anticipation about it.

Dec.16 Olympic Torch Approaches Toronto

The Olympic Torch will arrive in Toronto on Thursday before passing through some small towns along the way.

Dec.15: Top North American talent, medalists to headline nightly Whistler Victory Ceremonies at 2010 Winter Games

Great names like Feist, Usher, Our Lady Peace, and The Fray, will get the chance to perform from February 13 to 27 at Whistler Medals Plaza.

 

 

 

 

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