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2010 Olympics: Highs And Lows Of Week One

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2010 Olympics: Highs And Lows Of Week One

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2010 Olympics: Highs And Lows Of Week One

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.

Guests:

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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