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Vancouver 2010 Olympics: Are Olympians Pushing Themselves too Hard?

Here's Today's Olympic Roundup:

Olympics Bound Omischl Suffers Concussion

As the Olympics grow nearer, another Olympian is injured in training. Omischl, the leading freestyle aerials champion suffers concussion during training and hopes to recover in time for World Cup.


Alberta to Offer Exclusive Train Ride between Vancouver and Whistler During Olympics

From Feb 12th until the 28th, Alberta’s Rocky Mountaineer bus will be offering rides between Vancouver and Whistler as a part of Alberta’s new tourism marketing plan.


Canadians Mourn Paralympic 'founding father'

Paralympics cofounder Dr. Robert W. Jackson died last Wednesday.


Pearce Upgraded from Critical to Serious Condition

American Snowboarder Kevin Pearce remains hospitalized as his condition worsens after suffering from a severe head injury during training while attempting to execute a “double cork.”

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