Archive of posts tagged "olympic daily"

Vancouver 2010 Day 17 Closing Time

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My Day 17 involved packing up and heading to the BC International Media Centre one last time. Lugging my laptop across town, going through the security screening, and taking photos at a press conference with Jasey-Jay Anderson followed by the gold medal men’s curling team. Then of course, we watched the hockey game. John and […]

Vancouver 2010 Day 16 Wrapping Up

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It’s the very last day of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and I’m pretty sure I’m never going to forget this experience — or find something to top it in the near future. Day 16 yesterday started off with a press conference with our men’s short track speed skating team. They collected gold the night before […]

Vancouver 2010 Day 15 Recap

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Day 15 of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games was another big one for Canada. Our short track speed-skaters collected more medals, our womens curling team got silver, and the men’s hockey team beat Slovakia to move onto the gold medal game on Sunday. As for my personal experience yesterday, it was just a regular day […]

Vancouver 2010 Day 14 Recap

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Day 14 at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics yesterday was another big one for Canada, and for the Bollwitts personally. John and I celebrated our 4 year wedding anniversary while Canadian women won gold in hockey. The heartbreaking story of Joannie Rochette triumphed as just days after her mother passed away, she skated her way to […]

Vancouver 2010 Day 13 Recap

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Yesterday was a big day for Canada at the Olympics. We won four medals and Clara Hughes became the most decorated multi-Olympic athlete of all time (having competed in both Summer and Winter Games). I explored more paviions, liveblogged another press conference, hung out at the Can Fund Athlete’s House, and ended the night at […]

Vancouver 2010 Day 12 Samsung and Panasonic Pavilions

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When heading to Vancouver’s largest Olympic celebration site, LiveCity Yaletown, you’ll find more than performers on stage. They have a concession (with a variety of ethnic foods), the big live stage flanked with video screens, Vancouver House, and several official sponsor pavilions including Samsung and Panasonic. Panasonic The Panasonic pavilion showcases their HD (high definition) […]