Next Winter Olympic Spot: Sochi, Russia
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Russian President Seeks Heads Over Olympic Woes
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Games Over: Vancouver Extinguishes Olympic Flame
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Hockey: Canada Wins Gold, Beats U.S. 3-2 In OT
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Snowboarder's Liver Transplant Revs 'New Engine'
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Canada skip Kevin Martin reacts after a shot in the second end while playing against Sweden during Olympics semifinal action on Thursday. An opponent recently called Martin "the Michael Jordan of curling." Nathan Denette/CP/AP hide caption

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Discovering The Michael Jordan Of Curling
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Russia's Alexander Ovechkin (8) and Andrei Markov (79) react after losing the quarterfinal game to Canada 7-3 on Wednesday. Some Russian commentators called the game a "nightmare." Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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Vancouver Is An Olympic Wipeout For Russians
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U.S. Wins Its First Nordic Combined Gold
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South Korea's 'Queen' Wins Figure Skating Gold
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Canada Wins Gold In Women's Ice Hockey
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Kim Yu-na of South Korea competes in the women's free skate on Day 14 of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Jamie Squire/Getty Images hide caption

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2010 Olympics: Highs And Lows Of Week Two
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