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No Dope Cheats, Olympic Website Coverage, Olympic Ambassador Nancy Greene Raine: Today's Olympic Roundup

Here is what's wrapping up in today's Olympic Roundup: 這是今天的奧運會新聞 

Doping: Rogge vows to root out Vancouver dope cheats: IOC Chief will make sure that the Games are dope-free and will act on any suspicions of drug users. 國際奧林匹克委員會主席Jacque Rogge将確保溫哥華的2010奧運會全部人员都不会用非法藥物,而且将对所有怀疑为非法药物使用者采取行动。

Olympic Website Revolutionizes Games Coverage: This is the first time that the Olympics will have every second of the Games streamed live online and will have more than 2,350 hours of coverage that will allow viewers to pause, rewind and jump to key spots. 這是第一次奧運觀眾可以在互聯網看到每秒钟的现场直播,总共会播出超过2350小時。而且也讓我們能够暫停,转回和再次跳到我们要觀看的地方。

Maltais wins Silver; Ricker Takes Bronze: Canadian snowboarders, Dominique Maltais(aged 29) and Maelle Ricker(aged 31) win silver and bronze at Switzerland's race on Friday, which makes them the top snowboard cross racers in the world.  加拿大的滑雪板運動員 Dominique Maltais(29歲)和 Maelle Ricker(31歲)于上星期五在瑞士獲得銀牌和铜牌,这使他们成为世界顶级滑雪板选手。

Nancy Greene Raine named Canada's Olympic Ambassador: As a past 1968 Grenoble Olympian, winning 14 World Cup victories, Senator Nancy Greene Raine will contribute to the Games as an Ambassador. 1968年在Grenoble奧運赢得14项世界杯的参赛者,参议员Nancy Greene Raine會是今年溫哥華2010奥运会的大使。

Launch of Northern House Boosts Profile of Canadian Arctic at Winter Games: Canada's Northern House will be sure to have eye-catching items that will show off the North, its people, culture and potential. Visitors to the pavilion may enter to win an $8,000 Northwest Territories diamond, a $9,000 Yukon gold nugget, or a $5,000 Inuit tapestry. 溫哥華的奧運加拿大館會有觸目的土著品,展示原主民的风俗和文化。来观看之人们会有机会赢得 价值 8,000加币的加拿大北方领土鑽石, $9,000加币的Yukon 省金塊或5,000加币的Inuit部落的绣帷。

 


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