2010 Olympics: Highs And Lows Of Week One

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Read Vicki Michaelis' Article, "How Fast Is Too Fast?"

Wednesday was a banner day for the U.S. at the Olympic Winter Games. American competitors racked up a record six medals in one day.

As the first week of the Games draws to a close, guests report on the big wins and losses, and the risks of pushing limits at the Winter Games.


Tom Goldman, NPR sports correspondent

Howard Berkes, NPR correspondent

Vicki Michaelis, USA Today lead Olympics writer

Hank Steuver, Washington Post style reporter



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