Category archives for: 2010 Olympics

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 17

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 17

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 17 - Here is the medal count recap for day 17 of the 2010 Winter Olympics: USA further widened it’s medal lead with 1 gold and 1 silver for a total of 36 medals, 9 gold, 14 silver, and 13 bronze. Germany also gained two medals [...]

Canada-USA hockey game could be decided by luck

Canada-USA hockey game could be decided by luck

Bob Johnson, the legendary American hockey coach, once made an observation about the game of hockey that is pertinent to Sunday’s gold-medal final between Canada and the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The outcome of any hockey game revolved around a series of tangible factor-talent, preparation, will, fatigue, goaltending-and one intangible, luck, Johnson [...]

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 16

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 16

Olympic Medal Count | Olympic Medal Count 2010 Day 16 - Here is the medal count recap for day 16 of the 2010 Winter Olympics: USA maintains their medal supremacy with 34 medals, 8 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze. Germany gained 1 gold medal and now a total of 27 medals. 9 gold, 11 [...]

Canada VS Slovakia Ice Hockey Game Results | Vancouver 2010

Canada VS Slovakia Ice Hockey Game Results | Vancouver 2010

Canada VS Slovakia Ice Hockey Game Results | Vancouver 2010 - Canada beat Slovakia 3-2 in the Olympic semifinals and will face the Americans yet again in the gold medal round. “I can’t wait,” Canada forward Jarome Iginla said. “We love the chance of playing them again. There’s a lot of rivalries with them — [...]

Vancouver Olympics 2010: Medal Count (Latest Standings)

Vancouver Olympics 2010: Medal Count (Latest Standings)

As the Vancouver Olympics 2010 is nearing to its end, many are eager to see who garners the most number of medals.  Below is the  latest list for the Vancouver Olympics 2010 Medal Standings and Latest Count. -Country- Gold – Silver – Bronze -Total - United States 8 13 13 34 Germany 9 11 7 [...]

Apolo Anton Ohno Disqualified

Apolo Anton Ohno Disqualified

Apolo Anton Ohno was disqualified for pushing a skater after appearing to win the silver medal in the Olympic 500 meter short track speedskating race. Ohno appeared to push Francois-Louis Tremblay of Canada on the final turn, causing Tremblay and South Korean skater Sung Si-Bak to fall. Ohno crossed the finish line second behind Canada’s Charles Hamelin, [...]

Cheryl Bernard swimsuit photos

Cheryl Bernard swimsuit photos

At this very moment, many are searching for “cheryl bernard swimsuit photos” in the internet. And we all wanna see these controversial photo shoot. But Canadian curler Cheryl Bernard gets the fun out of it all by denying such photos existed. “There’s no truth to it,” she said. “I can’t control rumors.” Bernard’s popularity is [...]

Hockey Canada apologizes

Hockey Canada apologizes

Expect a pretty subdued celebration (at least from the players), if the Canadian men’s hockey team goes on to win gold. On Friday, Hockey Canada apologized for the women’s hockey team’s on-ice celebration following their gold-medal victory over the United States. Following the game, Canadian players drank beer and champagne and pretended to smoke cigars [...]