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Preview of the 2002 Winter Olympics

Only Available in Archive Formats.
Preview of the 2002 Winter Olympics

Preview of the 2002 Winter Olympics

Preview of the 2002 Winter Olympics

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Guests:

Chris Soule
* Member, 2002 United States Skeleton team (ranked 2nd in the world according to world cup ranking)

Howard Berkes
* NPR Correspondent based in Salt Lake City, Utah

Jay Weiner
* Sports Reporter, Minneapolis Star Tribune
* Sports Commentator for Minnesota Public Radio

David Wallechinsky
* Olympic Historian
* Author, The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics: 2002 (Overlook Press, 2001)

Kristi Mcgihon
* Member, 2002 United States Women's National Bobsled Team

Stanley Meises
* Lives a couple blocks from the World Trade Center site. Witnessed the collapse of both towers
* Contributor, NPR's Talk of the Nation every Tuesday

The 2002 Winter Olympics officially begin next February, and the Olympic torch arrives in Atlanta, Georgia, Tuesday morning. The torch then begins a 65-day, 46-state relay that ends in Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 8th. Join Host Neil Conan and guests as they discuss preparations for next year's games - from the new security measures to the new extreme sports events that have been added to this year's games.

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