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    Thread for Canadian results for various events at the Sochi Olympics.

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    Qualifying has already begun for slopestyle snowboarding. Sebastien Toutant and Maxence Parrot advanced to Saturday's final. Charles Reid and Mark McMorris go to the semi-finals on Friday. Today's event was more for placement as no one was eliminated.

    http://www.sochi2014.com/en/snowboar...-qualification

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    Spencer O'Brien and Jenna Blasman are in the Women's slopestyle snowboarding placement event at 3 A.M. this morning.

    Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, Audrey Robichaud, Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe are taking part in the women's moguls qualifications #1 at 7 A.M..

    Patrick Chan starts his campaign in the men's figure skating short program at 8:30 A.M..

    Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford take part in the pairs short program at 10:10 A.M..

    All of these should be online at CBC.ca.

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    Spencer O'Brien finished 3rd in her heat and goes to the final on Sunday. Jenna Blasman was 6th in her heat and has to go through the semi-final on Saturday.

    The Dufour-Lapointe ladies finished 2nd (Chloe), 3rd (Justine) and 8th (Maxime) while Audrey Robichaud was 9th in the moguls. All four advance to the finals on Saturday.

    Patrick Chan is 3rd in the men's program while Duhamel and Radford are 2nd in the pairs.

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    ^I didn't know until later that there's a team figure skating event consisting of 10 teams from doing 8 areas of skating: men's, women's, pairs and ice dance short and free programs. Each program gives out points for placement: 10 points for 1st, 9 for 2nd.....down to 1 for 10th.

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    Men's slopestyle semifinals go tonight at 10:30 with Charles Reid and Mark McMorris looking to join Sebastien Toutant and Maxeme Parrot in the finals, which go at 1:45 AM.

    Women's 7.5 km classic plus 7.5 km free is at 3 AM with Amanda Amarr, Emily Nishikawa and Brittany Webster.

    Mathieu Giroux takes part in the men's 5000m speed skating event at 4:30 AM.

    Team Canada takes on Swizerland in women's hockey at 6 AM.

    Nathan Smith, Brendan Green, Jean-Phillippe Le Guillec and Scott Perras compete in the men's 10 km biathalon at 7:30 AM.

    Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir skate in the team Ice Dance short program at 7:30 AM.

    Samuel Edney, John Fennell and Mitchel Malyk take to the lug in men's singles, with heat 1 at 7:30 AM and heat 2 at 9:40 AM.

    Kaetlyn Osmond skates in the team ladies short program at 9:10 AM.

    Men's normal hill individual ski-jumping qualifying is at 9:30 AM with Matthew Rowley, Trevor Morrice, Dusty Korek and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes looking to move on to Sunday's round.

    Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, Audrey Robichaud, Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe are in the ladies moguls finals with run 1 at 11:00 AM and run 2 at 11:35 AM and run 3 at 12:10 PM.

    Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford compete in the team pair free program at 11:05 AM.

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    Mark McMorris finished 3rd in the semis and advances to tomorrow's final.

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    Mark McMorris gets Canada's first medal finishing 3rd, claiming the bronze. Parrot was 5th, Toutant 9th and Reid 22nd.

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    Women's Skiathlon 7.5 + 7.5: Emily Nishikawa finished 42nd, Brittany Webster 51st and Amanda Amarr 55th.

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    Mathieu Giroux finished 22nd in the men's 5000k speed skating event.

    Canada's women's team beat Switzerland 5-0. Rebecca Johnston had a goal and 2 assists; Marie-Philip Poulin a goal and an assist; Hayley Wickenheiser, Jocelyne Laroque and Tara Watchorn with a goal; Jayna Hefford and Natalie Spooner with an assist. Charlene Labonte only faced 14 shots in getting the shutout. Canada outshot the Swiss 69-14.

    In the team Ice Dance short program, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir finished second, gaining 9 points.

    In the team ladies' short program. Kaetlyn Osmond finished 5th, adding 6 points to Canada's total. Canada advanced to the final team rounds in 2nd place. Kirsten Moore-Towers and
    Dylan Moscovitch are in for Duhamel and Radford in the team pairs free program.

    In the men's 10 km cross-country sprint, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec finished 5th, 4 seconds out of the medals. Nathan Smith was 13th, Brenden Green 23rd and Scott Perras 74th.

    Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, Audrey Robichaud, Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe all qualified for the ladies moguls finals run 2. I thought all previous qualifiers ran in the 3 finals but only the top 12 advanced to run 2. Not sure if there's a further pairing down of the competitors or not.

    Samuel Edney is 12th, John Fennell 27th and Mitchel Malyk 30th after 2 heats of the men's singles luge.

    Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Dusty Korek both qualify for tomorrow's round in the men's Normal Hill Individual ski-jumping event.

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    Moore-Towers and Moskovitch finished 2nd and gained 9 points for Canada in the team ice-skating event.

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    Chloe and Justine Dufour-Lapointe finished 2nd and 3rd in the 2nd run of the finals and advance to the 3rd and final run.

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    Justine Dufour-Lapointe wins gold and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe silver in the ladies' moguls! Audrey Robichaud was 10th and Maxime Dufour-Lapointe 12th. This increases Canada's medal count to 3 with 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's events:

    Jenna Blasman is in the ladies' slopestyle semi-final starting at 11:30 tonight hoping to make the final alongside Spencer O'Brien starting at 2:15 AM.

    Jan Hudec, Benjamin Thomsen, Erik Guay and Manuel Osborne-Paradis are taking part in the men's Alpine Downhill event at midnight.

    Alex Harvey, Ivan Babikov and Graeme Killick take to the cross-country course in the men's Skiathlon 15 km Classic + 15 km Free going at 3 AM.

    Ivanie Blondin and Brittany Schussler skate in the ladies' 3000m speed skating event at 4:30 AM.

    Zina Kocher, Megan Imrie, Rosanna Crawford and Megan Heinicke ski in the women's 7.5 km Biathlon Sprint beginning at 7:30 AM.

    Men's Singles Luge is at 7:30 AM for heat 3 and 9:30 AM for heat 4, with Samuel Edney, John Fennell and Mitchel Malyk looking to move up the rankings.

    Patrick Chan is scheduled for the figure skating Team Men's Free Program at 8 AM, Kaetlyn Osmond in the Team Ladies' Free Program at 9:05 AM and Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir in the Team Ice Dance Free Program at 10:10 AM.

    Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Dusty Korek are in the Men's Normal Hill Individual 1st Round at 10:30 AM looking to advance to the finals.

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    Today's results:

    Patrick Chan, Meagan Duhamel, Scott Moir, Kirsten Moore-Towers, Dylan Moxcovitch, Kaetlyn Osmond, Eric Radford, Kevin Reynolds and Tessa Virtue received silver in the Team Figure Skating competition. Reynolds subbed in for Chan in the Men's Free Skate, finishing second and gaining 9 points; Osmond finished 5th in the Ladies' Free, gaining 6 points, and Virtue and Moir finished 2nd in the Ice Dance Free.

    In the Men's Downhill, Erik Guay was 10th, Benjamine Thomsen 19th, Jan Hudec 21st and Manuel Osborne-Paradis 25th.

    Ladies' Slopestyle had Spencer O'Brien in 12th and Jenna Blasman in 19th.

    Brittany Schussler finished 19th and Ivanie Blondin 24th in Ladies' 3000m Speed Skating.

    Men's Skiathlon 15 km Classic + 15 km Free ended with Alex Harvey 18th, Ivan Babikov 25th and Graeme Killick 45th.

    In the Women's 7.5 km Sprint Biathlon, Rosanna Crawford was 25th, Megan Imrie 31st, Zina Kocher 32nd and Megan Heinicke 59th. Their times behind the winner will be how far behind they'll start in the Women's Pursuit on Tuesday.

    Men's Singles Luge had Samuel Edney 11th, Mitchel Malyk 26th and John Fennell 27th.

    Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes was 36th and Dusty Korek 39th in the 1st round of the Men's Normal Hill Individual Ski Jumping event and both failed to qualify for the final.

    Medal count - 1 gold 2 silvers and 1 bronze

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Men's Curling kicks off with the Brad Jacobs team of lead Ryan Harnden, second E.J. Harnden, third Ryan Fry and alternate Caleb Flaxey representing Canada against Germany in the first draw at 10:00 PM and draw 2 versus Switzerland at 8:00 AM.

    Marie-Michele Gagnon is the lone Canadian in Women's Combined Alpine Skiing. The downhill portion is at Midnight and the slalom at 4 AM.

    Charles and Francois Hamelin and Michael Gilday look to medal in the Men's 1500m Short Track Speed Skating event. The heats go at 2:45 AM, the semis at 4:04 AM and the finals at 5:05 AM.

    The Jennifer Jones team of lead Dawn McEwan, second Jill Officer, third Kaitlyn Lawes and alternate Kirsten Wall take on China in draw 1 of Women's Curling at 3 AM.

    Marianne St-Jelais, Jessica Hewitt and Valerie Maltais take part in the Ladies' 500m Short Track Heats at 3:27 AM.

    The Canadian Short Track team of Marie-Eve Drolet, Jessica Gregg, Jessica Hewitt, Valerie Maltais and Marianne St-Gelais go in the Women's 3000m Relay Semis at 4:35 AM.

    Muncef Ouardi, William Dutton, Jamie Gregg and Gilmore Junio sprint in the Men's 500m Speed Skating event with Race 1 at 6:00 AM and Race 2 at 7:55 AM.

    Mikael Kingbury, Philippe Marquis, Alex Bilodeau and Marc-Antoine Gagnon are medal threats in the Men's Moguls. Qualification 1 is at 7 AM, Qualification 2 at 7:50 AM, Final 1 at 11:00 AM and Final 2 at 11:35 AM.

    Alex Gough, Kimberley McRae and Arianne Jones take part in the Women's Singles Luge, with Run 1 of 4 at 7:45 AM and Run 2 at 9:20 AM.

    The Men's 12.5 km Biathlon Pursuit goes at 8 AM with Jean-Philippe Le Gellec starting 5th, 10 seconds after the leader starts, Nathan Smith 13th and 36 seconds behind and Brenden Green 23rd and 58 seconds back.

    Canada takes on Finland in Women's Hockey at 8:00 AM.

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    Alex Bilodeau won the Gold and Mikael Kingsbury the silver in the Men's Moguls! Marc-Antoine Gagnon just missed out in 4th and Phillipe Marquis was in 9th.

    Charles Hamelin wins gold in Men's 1500m Short Track! Francois Hamelin was 9th and Michael Gilday 17th.

    Canada beat Germany 11-8 and lost 5-4 to Switzerland in Men's Curling.

    Canada beat China 9-2 in Women's Curling.

    Marie-Michele Gagnon fell in the slalom portion of the Women's Combined and did not finish.

    Marianne St-Jelais, Jessica Hewitt and Valerie Maltais all qualified for Thursday's semi-finals in the Ladies' 500m Short Track.

    The Canadian Women's 3000m Short Track relay qualified for the A Final on Tuesday the 18th.

    In Men's 500m Long Track Speed Skating, Gilmore Junio finished 10th, Jamie Gregg 11th, William Dutton 14th and Muncef Ouardi 25th.

    Alex Gough is 5th, Kimberley McRae 6th and Arianne Jones 13th after 2 runs in the Women's Singles Luge. Runs 3 and 4 are on Tuesday.

    Nathan Smith ended up 11th, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec 26th and Brendan Green 35th in the Men's 12.5 km Biathlon Pursuit.

    Canada beat Finland 3-0 in Women's Hockey.

    Medals earned are now 3 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze for 7 total and leading (by number of golds) the medal count.
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    I've been able to have the pleasure of watching most of these events as they happen. Canada is looking about as strong as they have ever been.

    Go Canada!

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    Today's/tonight's schedule:

    Women's Curling has Canada against Sweden in Draw 2 at 10:00 PM.

    Dara Howell, Yuki Tsubota, Kim Lamarre and Kaya Turski compete in the Ladies' Ski Slopestyle, with the semis at 11:00 PM and the finals at 2:00 AM.

    Daria Gaiazova, Perianne Jones, Heidi Widmer and Chandra Crawford ski in the Ladies' Sprint Free Cross Country event with qualifications at 3:00 AM, quarter-finals at 5:00 AM, semis at 5:56 AM and finals at 6:22 AM.

    In Draw 3 action, Canada faces Sweden in Men's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Men's Halfpipe has Derek Livingston, Crispin Lipscomb and Brad Martin looking to medal with qualifications at 3:00 AM, semis at 8:00 AM and finals at 10:30 AM.

    Alex Harvey, Devon Kershaw and Jesse Cockney take part in Men's Sprint Free Cross Country. Qualifications start at 3:25 AM, quarter-final at 5:25 AM, semis at 6:06 AM and final at 6:30 AM.

    Anastasia Bucsis, Marsha Hudey, Danielle Wotherspoon and Christine Nesbitt skate in the Ladies' 500m Long Track Speed Skating event with Race 1 at 5:45 AM and Race 2 at 7:34 AM.

    Alex Gough (5th), Kimberley McRae (6th) and Arianne Jones (13th) look to move up into the medals in Runs 3 and 4 of the Women's Singles Luge at 7:30 AM and 9:20 AM.

    The Women's 10km Biathlon Pursuit goes at 8 AM with Rosanna Crawford starting 1:04 back of the lead skiier, Megan Imrie 1:13, Zina Kocher 1:19 and Megan Heinicke 2:28 back.

    The Pairs Figure Skating Short Program is at 8:00 AM with Paige Lawrence/Rudi Swiegers, Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford and Kirsten Moore-Towers/Dylan Moscovitch.

    Atsuko Tanaka and Taylor Henrich compete in Ladies' Normal Hill Individual Ski Jumping with the 1st Round at 10:30 AM and the final at 11:25 AM.

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    Dara Howell wins gold and Kim Lamarre bronze in Ladies' Ski Slopestyle! Yuki Subota was 6th and had a nasty crash. Kaya Turski was battling through a cold or flu and only made it to 19th.

    The medal count right now is 4 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze for 9 total and the outright lead.

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    Current medal standings:





    Go Canada!

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    I'm standing, singing Oh Canada. Co-workers are staring at me.

    Nine, I yell, nine - we're #1!!!!!!!!

    Now they're all standing and singing.
    ... gobsmacked

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    Other results from this morning:

    Canada beat Sweden 9-3 in Draw 2 of Women's Curling but the men lost to Sweden 7-6 in Draw 3. The women are 2-0 while the men are 1-2.

    Perianne Jones was 23rd, Daria Gaiazova 25th, Heidi Widmer 43rd and Chandra Crawford 44th in the Ladies' Sprint Free.

    In Men's Halfpipe, Derek Livingston finished 19th, Crispin Lipscomb 23rd and Brad Martin was 39th.

    Men's Sprint Free had Alex Harvey come in 19th, Len Valjas 36th (apologies for missing his name in the field), Jesse Cockney 53rd and Devon Kershaw 56th.

    Christine Nesbitt came in 12th, Anastasia Bucsis 27th, Marsha Hudey 32nd and Danielle Wotherspoon 33rd in Ladies' 500m Long Track.

    Alex Gough just missed out on the medals by 0.433 of a second in 4th, while Kimberley McRae was right behind in 5th and Arianne Jones 13th in Women's Single Luge.

    In Women's 10km Biathlon Pursuit Zina Kocher ended up 25th, Megan Imrie 28th, Rosanna Crawford 45th while Megan Heinicke had a DNF.

    The Pairs Short Program had Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford, Paige Lawrence/Rudi Swiegers and Kirsten Moore-Towers/Dylan Moscovitch all qualify for Wednesday's Free program.

    Atsuko Tanaka and Taylor Henrich were 12th and 13th respectively in Ladies' Normal Hill Ski Jumping.

    The medal count for Canada is still at 4-3-2 for 9 but the country's now in 2nd place.

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    Tonight's/today's schedule:

    Larisa Yurkiw takes to the slopes in Women's Downhill starting at Midnight.

    Canada takes on Great Britain in Women's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Alexandra Duckworth, Katie Tsuyuki and Mercedes Nicoll compete in the Ladies' Halfpipe with qualifications at 3:00 AM, semis at 8:00 AM and finals at 10:30 AM.

    Canada and the United States faceoff in a big match in Women's Hockey at 5:30 AM.

    Vincent De Haitre, Muncef Ouardi, William Dutton and Denny Morrison race in the Men's 1000m Long Track Speed Skating event at 7:00 AM.

    Tristan Walker and Justin Snith team up in the Men's Doubles Luge with Run 1 at 7:15 AM and Run 2 at 8:45 AM.

    Russia and Canada square off in Draw 5 of Men's Curling at 8:00 AM.

    The Pairs Free Skate begins at 8:45 AM with Paige Lawrence/Rudi Swiegers, Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford and Kirsten Moore-Towers/Dylan Moscovitch all hoping to make it to the podium.

    There are no Canadians in the Men's Nordic Combined event.

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    Today's results:

    Denny Morrison takes silver in Men's 1000m Long Track Speed Skating! Vincent De Haitre came in 20th, William Dutton 26th and Muncef Ouardi 32nd.

    Larisa Yurkiw placed 20th in the Women's Downhill. There was an Edmonton native, Laurenne Ross, who skied for the United States.

    Canada beat Great Britain 9-6 in Women's Curling to go to 3-0. Canada beat Russia 7-4 in Men's Curling to even their record at 2-2.

    In the Women's Halfpipe, Katie Tsuyuki was 13th, Alexandra Duckworth 17th and Mercedes Nicoll 25th.

    Canada won a hard fought battle against the United States 3-2 to top Group A.

    Tristan Walker and Justin Snith missed the medals by 0.05 seconds, coming in 4th in Men's Doubles Luge.

    Kirsten Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch ended up 5th, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford 7th and Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers 14th after the Pairs Free Skate.

    Medal count - 4 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze for a total of 10, technically tied for 2nd place but ahead on colour of medals won.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Canada faces Denmark in Draw 5 at 10:00 PM and Switzerland in Draw 6 at 8:00 AM in Women's Curling.

    Alex Beaulieu-Marchand is the lone Canadian in Men's Ski Slopestyle with Qualifications at 11:15 PM and finals at 2:30 AM.

    Sarah Reid and Mellisa Hollingsworth race in the Women's Skeleton with the first 2 heats at 12:30 AM and 1:40 AM.

    Amanda Ammar, Daria Gaiazova, Heidi Widmer and Brittany Webster take part in the Ladies' 10km Classic Cross Country event at 3:00 AM.

    Canada is up against Denmark in Draw 6 of Men's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Marianne St-Gelais, Jessica Hewitt and Valerie Maltais compete in the Ladies' 500m Short Track Speed Skating event, with the quarters at 3:00 AM, semis at 4:10 AM and finals at 5:05 AM.

    Charle Cournoyer, Olivier Jean, Charles Hamelin are in the heats of the Men's 1000m Short Track at 3:25 AM, looking to qualify for Saturday's quarterfinals.

    Charle Cournoyer, Olivier Jean, Charles Hamelin, Francois Hamelin and Michael Gilday combine to skate in the semis of the Men's 5000m Short Track Relay at 4:31 AM.

    Nathan Smith, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec, Brendan Green and Scott Perras take on the Men's Individual 20 km Biathlon course at 7:00 AM.

    Kali Christ, Brittany Schussler, Christine Nesbitt and Kaylin Irvine are on the ice in Ladies' 1000m Long Track Speed Skating at 7:00 AM.

    Liam Firus, Kevin Reynolds and Patrick Chan hope to place high in the Men's Figure Skating Short Program at 8:00 AM.

    Alex Gough, Samuel Edney, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith form Canada's team in the Luge Team Relay Competition at 9:15 AM.

    Canada starts its road to gold in Men's Hockey versus Norway at 10:00 AM.

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    Today's results:

    Canada beat Denmark and Switzerland by 8-5 scores in Draws 5 and 6 of Women's Curling to go to 5-0.

    In Men's Ski Slopestyle, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand finished 12th.

    Sarah Reid stands 8th and Mellisa Hollingsworth 16th after 2 heats in Women's Skeleton.

    Brittany Webster ended up 42nd in the Ladies' 10 km Classic, with Daria Gaiazova 44th, Amanda Ammar 55th and Heidi Widmer 57th.

    Canada edged Denmark 7-6 in Men's Curling to go 3-2.

    Marianne St-Gelais came in 7th, Valerie Maltais 9th and Jessica Hewitt 13th in Ladies' 500m Short Track.

    Charlie Cournoyer, Olivier Jean, Charles Hamelin all won their heats and advance to the quarterfinals of the Men's 1000m Short Track.

    Olivier Jean, Charles Hamelin, Francois Hamelin and Michael Gilday came up short in the Men's 5000m Short Track Relay and will race in the B Final a week from Friday.

    The Men's Individual 20km Biathlon found Brendan Green come in 21st, Nathan Smith 26th, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec 35th, and Scott Perras 59th.

    Christine Nesbitt was top Canadian in 9th, Kaylin Irvine 18th, Kali Christ 21st and Brittany Schussler 30th in Ladies' 1000m Long Track.

    Patrick Chan with a strong 2nd and Kevin Reynolds (11th) qualified for the Men's Free Skate. Liam Firis was 28th and didn't move on.

    The Canadian team of Alex Gough, Samuel Edney, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith missed by a tenth of a second of capturing a medal, coming in 4th, in the Luge Team Relay Competition.

    Canada knocked off Norway 3-1 in Men's Hockey.

    Medal count remains at 4 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze, good for 6th place.
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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Canada takes on Norway in Draw 7 of Men's Curling at 10:00 PM.

    Morgan Pridy goes in the Men's Super Combined, with the Downhill portion at 11:00 PM and the Slalom at 4:30 AM.

    Graeme Killick, Devon Kershaw, Ivan Babikov and Alex Harvey race in the Men's 15km Cross Country Classic at 3:00 AM.

    The Men's Skeleton has John Fairbairn and Eric Neilson in Heat 1 at 5:30 AM and Heat 2 at 7:00 AM.

    Megan Imrie, Zina Kocher, Rosanna Crawford and Megan Heinicke are competing in the Women's 15 km Individual Biathlon race at 7:00 AM.

    Patrick Chan looks to medal in the Men's Figure Skating Free Skate at 8:00 AM. Kevin Reynolds looks to move up in the standings.

    Sarah Reid and Mellisa Hollingsworth hope to move up in Women's Skeleton with Heat 3 at 8:40 AM and Heat 4 at 9:50 AM.

    Canada plays Austria in Men's Hockey at 10:00 AM.

    Matthew Rowley, Trevor Morrice, Dusty Korek and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes take to the hill in the Men's Large Hill Individual Qualification Round at 10:30 PM.

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    Patrick Chan wins silver in Men's Figure Skating after the Free Skate! Kevin Reynolds was 15th.

    Canada beat the floral pants of Norway 10-4 to go 4-2 in Men's Curling.

    Morgan Pridy came in 19th in the Men's Super Combined.

    In the Men's 15 km Cross-Country Classic, Devon Kershaw crossed the finish line in 35th, Ivan Babikov 39th, Graeme Killick 65th, while Alex Harvey did not finish.

    John Fairbairn is tied for 8th and Eric Neilson is 12th after the first 2 runs of Men's Skeleton.

    Megan Imrie finished 30th, Megan Heinicke 51st, Zina Kocher 63rd and Rosanna Crawford 67th in the Women's 15 km Biathlon Individual event.

    Sarah Reid slid into 7th and Mellisa Hollingsworth tied for 11th in Women's Skeleton.

    Canada shut out Austria 6-0 in Men's Hockey.

    Matthew Rowley, Trevor Morrice and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes all qualified for Round 1 of Men's Large Hill Individual Ski Jumping. Dusty Korek failed to qualify.

    There were no Canadians in Ladies' Aerials.

    The medal count is now 4 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze for 11 total which puts Canada in 5th place.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Canada takes on Japan in Draw 8 at 10:00 PM and Russia in Draw 9 at 8:00 AM in Women's Curling.

    Marie-Michele Gagnon, Larisa Yurkiw, Marie-Pier Prefontaine take to the slopes in Women's Super-G at Midnight.

    Perianne Jones, Daria Gaiazova, Emily Nishikawa and Brittany Webster represent Canada in the Ladies' 4x5 km Cross-Country Relay at 3:00 AM.

    Canada is up against Great Britain in Draw 9 of Men's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Marie-Eve Drolet, Valerie Maltais, Marianne St-Gelais skate in the Ladies' 1500m Short Track with the Heats at 3:00 AM, semifinals at 4:12 AM and finals at 5:06 AM.

    Charle Cournoyer, Charles Hamelin and Olivier Jean take to the ice in the Men's 1000m Short Track quarterfinals at 3:43 AM, semis at 4:43 AM and finals at 5:20 AM.

    Vincent De Haitre, Lucas Makowsky, Mathieu Giroux and Denny Morrison are in the Men's 1500m Long Track at 6:30 AM.

    John Fairbairn and Eric Neilson hope to move up in Men's Skeleton with Run 3 at 7:45 AM and Run 4 at 9:15 AM.

    Matthew Rowley, Trevor Morrice and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes look to advance in Men's Large Hill Individual Ski Jumping with Round 1 at 10:30 AM and the finals at 11:35 AM.

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    Denny Morrison takes bronze in Men's 1500m Long Track! Mathieu Giroux came in 19th, Lucas Makowsky 28th and Vincent De Haitre 33rd.

    Canada got by Japan 8-6 in Draw 8 and Russia 5-3 in Draw 9 of Women's Curling. They are now 7-0 and have clinched a semi-final berth.

    Women's Super-G had Marie-Pier Prefontaine finish 20th while Marie-Michele Gagnon and Larisa Yurkiw did not finish the course.

    The Canadian team of Perianne Jones, Daria Gaiazova, Emily Nishikawa and Brittany Webster came in 14th in Ladies' 4x5 km Cross-Country Relay.

    Canada knocked off Great Britain 7-5 in Draw 9 of Men's Curling to improve to 5-2.

    Valerie Maltais ended up in 6th, Marie-Eve Drolet in 8th and Marianne St-Gelais in 22nd in Ladies' 1500m Short Track.

    The Men's 1000m Short Track race had Olivier Jean in 9th, Charles Hamelin in 14th and Charle Cournoyer in 17th.

    John Fairbairn moved up to finish 7th and Eric Neilson dropped to 13th in Men's Skeleton.

    Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes was the only Canadian to make the finals of Men's Large Hil Individual Ski Jumping, finishing 25th. Trevor Morrice was 46th in Round 1 and Matthew Rowley was disqualified.

    The medal count is at 4 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze for a total of 12, good for 6th place.

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    Tonight's/today's schedule:

    Canada's Men's Curling team looks to grab a semi-final berth with games against the United States in Draw 10 at 10:00 PM and a tough China team in Draw 11 at 8:00 AM.

    Morgan Pridy, Jan Hudec, Erik Guay and Manuel Osborne-Paradis are on the slopes in Men's Super-G at 11:00 PM.

    Maelle Ricker and Dominique Maltais take part in Ladies' Snowboard Cross with the seeding run at Midnight, qualifications at 2:15 AM, semis at 2:30 AM and finals at 2:40 AM.

    Len Valjas, Ivan Babikov, Graeme Killick and Jesse Cockney represent Canada in the Men's 4x10 km Cross-Country Relay at 3:00 AM.

    Canada looks to remain undefeated against the United States in Women's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Brianne Tutt, Kali Christ, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler race in the ladies' 1500m Long Track event at 7:00 AM.

    Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje compete in the Ice Dance Short Dance at 8 AM.

    The Men's 15km Biathlon Mass Start is at 8:00 AM but there's no list of participants posted yet.

    Lyndon Rush and Lascelles Brown in Canada 1, Chris Spring and Jesse Lumsden in Canada 2 and Justin Kripps and Bryan Barnett in Canada 3 slide in Men's Two-man Bobsleigh with Heat 1 at 9:15 AM and Heat 2 at 10:50 AM.

    Canada faces Finland, looking to finish first in Group B in Men's Hockey at 10:00 AM.

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    Jan Hudec tied for 3rd and took a share of the bronze in Men's Super-G! Morgan Pridy was a strong 10th and Manuel Osborne-Paradis tied for 24th while Erik Guay missed a gate and got a DNF.

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    Dominique Maltais wins silver in Ladies' Snowboard Cross! Maelle Ricker crashed in the quarterfinals and didn't qualify for the semis.

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    In Men's Curling, Canada got by the United States 8-6 and China 9-8 to go to 7-2 and earn a spot in the playoffs.

    Canada's 4x10 km Cross Country Relay team came in 12th.

    Canada edged the United States 7-6 in Women's Curling.

    Kali Christ was the top Canadian in 16th while Christine Nesbitt finished 17th, Brittany Schussler 26th and Brianne Tutt 35th in Ladies' 1500m Long Track.

    Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir stand 2nd, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje 7th and Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam 18th after the Ice Dance Short Dance.

    Canada 3 is in the hunt in 4th after 2 runs of Men's 2-Man Bobsleigh. Canada 2 is 8th and Canada 1 is 9th.

    Canada beat Finland 2-1 in OT in Men's Hockey.

    The medal count is now 4 gold, 6 silver and 4 bronze for a total of 14, good for 5th place.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    The Men's 15 km Biathlon Mass Start goes at 11:00 PM with Nathan Smith, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec and Brendan Green in the field.

    Christopher Robanske, Kevin Hill, Robert Fagan and Jake Holden race in the Men's Snowboard Cross with the seeding runs at Midnight, round of 16 at 2:30 AM, quarterfinals at 2:52 AM, semifinals at 3:04 AM and finals at 3:12 AM.

    Travis Gerrits is the lone Canadian in Men's Aerials with qualification run 1 at 6:45 AM, qualification run 2 at 7:30 AM, final run 1 at 10:30 AM, final run 2 at 10:55 AM and final run 3 at 11:12 AM.

    Canada 1, 2 & 3 resume their chase for medals in Men's 2-Man Bobsleigh with run 3 at 7:30 AM and run 4 at 9:05 AM.

    Canada looks to go undefeated in Women's Curling in Draw 12 versus South Korea at 8:00 AM.

    Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are medal contenders in the Ice Dance Free Dance competition with Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje and Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam looking to improve.

    Canada takes on Switzerland in Women's Hockey semifinals at 10:00 AM.

    Trevor Morrice, Dusty Korek, Matthew Rowley and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes form Canada's Men's team in Team Ski-jumping with round 1 at 10:15 AM and the final round at 11:12 AM.

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    Ice dancing continues to be a sad joke
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    Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir received silver after the Ice Dance Free Dance! Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje finished 7th and Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam 18th.

    Travis Gerrits didn't make to the final Final and finished 7th in Men's Aerials.

    Canada 3 was 6th, Canada 2 7th and Canada 1 9th in Men's 2-Man Bobsleigh.

    The Women's 12.5 km Biathlon Mass Start did go off with Megan Imrie coming in 28th (sorry for missing that).

    Canada went undefeated in Women's Curling round robin play after knocking off South Korea 9-4.

    Canada advances to the gold medal game after beating Switzerland 3-1.

    The Canadian team came in 12th and didn't qualify for the final round in Men's Team Ski Jumping.

    The Men's 15 km Biathlon Mass Start and Men's Snowboard Cross were postponed due to heavy low cloud.

    The medal count is now 4 gold, 7 silver and 4 bronze for a total of 15, good for 5th.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Marie-Michele Gagnon, Marie-Pier Prefontaine and Erin Mielzynski are on the hill in the Women's Giant Slalom with the first run at 10:30 PM and run 2 at 2:00 AM.

    Christopher Robanske, Kevin Hill, Robert Fagan and Jake Holden race in the Men's Snowboard Cross with the 1/8 finals at 11:30 PM, quarterfinals at 11:56 PM, semifinals at 12:10 AM and finals at 12:18 AM.

    Valerie Maltais, Marie-Eve Drolet and Marianne St-Gelais take part in Ladies' 1000m Heats at 2:30 AM.

    Charle Cournoyer, Olivier Jean and Charles Hamelin skate in the Men's 500m Heats at 3:15 AM.

    Nathan Smith, Jean-Philippe Le Guellec and Brendan Green ski in the Men's 15 km Biathlon Mass Start at 3:30 AM.

    Marie-Eve Drolet, Jessica Gregg, Jessica Hewitt, Valerie Maltais and Marianne St-Gelais form Canada's Women's 3000m Short Track Relay team with the semifinals at 3:54 AM.

    Matt Margetts, Noah Bowman, Justin Dorey and Mike Riddle hope to medal in Men's Ski Halfpipe, with qualifications at 6:45 AM and finals at 10:30 AM.

    Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse form Canada 1 while Jennifer Ciochetti and Chelsea Valois form Canada 2 in Women's 2-Woman Bobsleigh, which has Run 1 at 8:15 AM and Run 2 at 9:20 AM.

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    Canada's Women's Short Track Relay team of Marie-Eve Drolet, Jessica Gregg, Jessica Hewitt, Valerie Maltais and Marianne St-Gelais wins silver!

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    Mike Riddle wins silver in Men's Ski Halfpipe! Noah Bowman was 5th, Justin Dorey 12th and Matt Margetts 15th.

    Erin Mielzynski finished 21st Women's Giant Slalom while Marie-Michele Gagnon and Marie-Pier Prefontaine both did not finish the course.

    Kevin Hill came in 8th, Christopher Robanske tied for 17th, Robert Fagan and Jake Holden both tied for 25th in Men's Snowboard Cross.

    Valerie Maltais and Marie-Eve Drolet adavance to the quarterfinals but Marianne St-Gelais crashed out in Ladies' 1000m Short Track Heats.

    Charle Cournoyer and Olivier Jean advance to the quarterfinals while Charles Hamelin slipped out of the competition in Men's 500m Short Track.

    Brendan Green was 9th and Jean-Philippe Le Guellec 10th in Men's 15 km Biathlon Mass Start. Nathan Smith did not finish.

    Canada 1 is 2nd and Canada 2 is 13th after 2 runs of Women's 2-Woman Bobsleigh.

    There were no Canadians in the Individual Gundersen LH / 10 km Cross-Country Nordic Combined or Men's 10,000m Long Track Speed Skating events.

    The medal count is now 4 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze for 17, which keeps Canada in 5th place.
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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Caroline Calve, Ariane Lavigne and Marianne Leeson ski in the Ladies' Parallel Giant Slalom, with qualifications at 10:15 PM, 1/8 finals at 2:00 AM, quarterfinals at 2:48 AM, semifinals at 3:15 AM and finals at 3:31 AM.

    Matthew Morison, Michael Lambert and Jasey Jay Anderson hit the slopes in Men's Parallel Giant Slalom. Qualifications are at 10:42 AM, 1/8 finals at 2:12 AM, quarters at 2:54 AM, semis at 3:18 AM and finals at 3:35 AM.

    Philip Brown, Trevor Philp and Morgan Pridy take to the hill in Men's Giant Slalom, with Run 1 at Midnight and Run 2 at 3:30 AM.

    Perianne Jones and Daria Gaiazova pair up in the Ladies' Team Sprint Classic Cross Country event with the semis at 2:15 AM and finals at 4:45 AM.

    Canada faces Great Britain in the semifinals of Women's Curling at 3:00 AM.

    Devon Kershaw and Alex Harvey form Canada's team in Men's Team Sprint Classic Cross Country with the semis at 3:05 AM and finals at 5:15 AM.

    Ivanie Blondin is the lone Canadian in Ladies' 5000m Long Track Speed Skating at 6:30 AM.

    Megan Imrie, Rosanna Crawford, Brendan Green and Scott Perras combine to race in the 2x6 km Women's + 2x7.5 km Men's Biathlon Mixed Relay at 7:30 AM.

    Canada plays China in the semifinals of Men's Curling at 8:00 AM.

    Gabrielle Daleman and Kaetlyn Osmond skate in the Ladies' Figure Skating Short Program at 8:00 AM.

    Canada 1 and Canada look to move up in Women's 2-Woman Bobsleigh, with heat 3 at 9:15 AM and heat 4 at 10:25 AM.

    Canada faces Latvia in the quarterfinals of Men's Hockey at 10:00 AM.

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    Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse win gold in Women's Bobsleigh! Jennifer Ciochetti and Chelsea Valois came in 13th.

    Caroline Calve, Ariane Lavigne and Marianne Leeson all went out in the quarterfinals in Ladies' Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom.

    Matthew Morison and Jasey Jay Anderson got to the 1/8 finals while Michael Lambert lost in qualifications in Men's Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom.

    Trevor Philp placed 25th, Philip Brown 29th and Morgan Pridy 33rd in Men's Giant Slalom.

    Perianne Jones and Daria Gaiazova missed making the final round by 7 seconds in Ladies' Team Sprint Cross-Country Classic.

    Canada beat Great Britain 6-4 to advance to the gold medal game in Womn's Curling.

    Devon Kershaw and Alex Harvey missed out on the finals of Men's Team Sprint Cross-Country Classic.

    Ivanie Blondin came in 14th in Ladies' 5000m Long Track.

    The team of Megan Imrie, Rosanna Crawford, Brendan Green and Scott Perras finished in 12th place in the 2x6 km Women's + 2x7.5 km Men's Biathlon Mixed Relay.

    Canada bested China 10-6 to go to the gold medal game in Men's Curling.

    Kaetlyn Osmond is 13th and Gabrielle Daleman 19th after the Ladies' Short Program in Figure Skating.

    Canada got by Latvia 2-1 in Men's Hockey to advance to the semifinals.

    The medal count is now 5 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze for 18 medals in all, keeping Canada in 5th place.

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    I see that, as of now, the Dutch have as many medals as Russia.

    Mind you, their men's hockey teams is out of the medal hunt.

    Oh, wait a minute, so is Russia's ... LMAO
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    Tomorrow's schedule:

    Christopher Delbosco, Brady Leman and David Duncan race in the Men's Ski Cross. Seeding is at 12:45 AM, 1/8 finals at 2:30 AM, quarterfinals at 3:05 AM, semifinals at 3:25 AM and finals at 3:41 AM.

    Canada faces Sweden for gold in Women's Curling at 6:30 AM.

    Rosalind Groenewoud and Keltie Hansen compete in the Ladies' Ski Halfpipe, with qualifications at 7:30 AM and finals at 10:30 AM.

    Kaetlyn Osmond and Gabrielle Daleman hope to move up in the standings in the Ladies' Free Skate program at 8:00 AM.

    Canada goes for gold against the United States in Women's Hockey at 10:00 AM.

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    Our girl Szabados is in net for today's game.
    And how about that Jennifer Jones, eh? Awesome.
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    Yup. Great to see. Congrats ladies!


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    Wow, great third period for the women's hockey team, tied it up with 55 seconds to go (with the goalie pulled), going to OT!!!

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    And productivity across the country drops as streaming bandwidth from CBC gets hammered.

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    GOLD baby!!!

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    Women win gold! Glorious!!!!! Bummer there is no streaming on my flight...
    Did my dog just fall into a pothole???

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    Insane game. Congrats to the ladies for an incredibly thrilling hockey game.

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    Now I know what it sounds like when an entire floor of a DT high rise whoops with joy.

    W-O-W

    Okay guys - the bar has been set.
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    The women's team were incredibly lucky there, especially with that almost empty net goal. For much of the game they were playing like Edmonton Oilers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonic Death Monkey View Post
    The women's team were incredibly lucky there, especially with that almost empty net goal. For much of the game they were playing like Edmonton Oilers.
    They planned to win it that way all along...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonic Death Monkey View Post
    The women's team were incredibly lucky there, especially with that almost empty net goal.
    In seconds they went from incredibly bad luck (lineswoman getting in the way) to incredibly good luck (puck hitting the post).

    What was that quote? Oh yeah, the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat.
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    They definitely pulled it out of the fire. Up until the last five minutes of the third they were being owned. The almost empty netter was luck, the three goals they scored were them finally getting their act together and playing to win.

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    Jennifer Jones, Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer, Dawn Mcewaen and Kirsten Wall win gold for Canada in Women's Curling, beating Sewden 6-3!

    The Canadian team of Shannon Szabados, Genevieve Lacasse, Charline Labonte, Jocelyne Larocque, Lauriane Rougeau, Laura Fortino, Meaghan Mikkelson, Catherine Ward, Tara Watchorn, Meghan Agosta, Rebecca Johnston, Jennifer Wakefield, Gillian Apps, Caroline Ouellette, Melodie Daoust, Jayna Hefford, Brianne Jenner, Haley Irwin, Hayley Wickenheiser, Natalie Spooner and Marie-Philip Poulin win gold, outlasting the United States 3-2 in overtime in Women's Hockey!

    Brady Leman finished 4th in Men's Ski Cross while Christopher Delbosco and David Duncan both went out in the 1/8 finals.

    Rosalind Groenewoud was in 7th and Keltie Hansen didn't make the finals, finishing 13th, in Ladies' Ski Halfpipe.

    Kaetlyn Osmond finished in 13th and Gabrielle Daleman 17th after the Ladies' Free Skating program.

    There was no Canadian team entered in the Team Gundersen LH / 4x5 km Nordic Combined event.

    The medal count is now 7 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze for a total of 20, keeping Canada in 5th place.

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    Tomorrow's schedule:

    Marielle Thompson, Georgia Simmerling and Kelsey Serwa race in Ladies' Ski Cross, with the seeding run at 12:45 AM, 1/8 finals at 2:30 AM, quarterfinals at 3:05 AM, semifinals at 3:25 AM and finals at 3:41 AM.

    Marie-Michele Gagnon, Erin Mielzynski, Brittany Phelan and Elli Terweil are on the slopes in Women's Slalom, with the first run at 5:45 AM and the second run at 9:15 AM.

    Canada takes on Great Britain for gold in Men's Curling at 6:30 AM.

    Vincent De Haitre, Mathieu Giroux, Lucas Makowsky and Denny Morrison combine in the Men's Long Track Speed Skating Team Pursuit with the quarterfinals at 6:30 AM and semifinals at 8:13 AM.

    Ivanie Blondin, Kali Christ, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler form Canada's team in the Women's Long Track Speed Skating Team Pursuit quarterfinals at 7:23 AM.

    Rosanna Crawford, Megan Imrie, Megan Heinicke and Zina Kocher ski together in the Women's 4x6 km Biathlon Relay at 7:30 AM.

    The Men's 500m Short Track Speed Skating event has Charle Cournoyer and Olivier Jean looking to medal, with the quarterfinals at 9:30 AM, semifinals at 10:13 AM and finals at 10:43 AM.

    Valerie Maltais and Marie-Eve Drolet take to the ice in Women's 500m Short Track Speed Skating, with the quarterfinals at 9:44 AM, semifinals at 10:21 AM and finals at 10:53 AM.

    Canada faces off against the United States in Men's Hockey semifinals at 10:00 AM.

    Charle Cournoyer, Michael Gilday, Charles Hamelin, Francois Hamelin and Olivier Jean are in the B Final of the Men's 5000m Short Track Speed Skating Relay. The consolation race is for officially placing the teams from 6th to 8th place. It goes at 11:18 AM.

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    Marielle Thompson wins gold and Kelsey Serwa wins silver in Ladies' Ski Cross! Georgia Simmerling crashed out in the quarterfinals.

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    Jacobs wins gold in mens curling. Is it possible to get #1?





    Go Canada!

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    Hockey game between Canada and USA about to begin soon!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitlope View Post
    Jacobs wins gold in mens curling. Is it possible to get #1?





    Go Canada!
    U.S. is ahead of us now with Women's Slalom gold.

    Sorry, we still have more Silver so we're ahead of them, however the Russians have got ahead with 9 gold.
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    Men's hockey

    CA: Won
    US: None

    Sweden for the gold on Sunday.
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    wooohoooo!

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    I can't see this Canadian team losing to Sweden.

    The USA has a much better team than Sweden, including better goaltending.

    Canada's defense was phenomenal against the USA. I'm not sure if I've seen a better hockey defense in my life.

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    The Canadian team of Brad Jacobs, Ryan Fry, E.J. Harnden, Ryan Harnden and Caleb Flaxey win gold in Men's Curling thrashing Great Britain 9-3!

    Charle Cournoyer wins bronze in Men's 500m Short Track! Olivier Jean was 13th and Charles Hamelin 32nd.

    Marie-Michele Gagnon came in 9th and Brittany Phelan 15th in Women's Slalom. Erin Mielzynski and Elli Terwei both did not finish their attempts in the first run.

    Vincent De Haitre, Mathieu Giroux, Lucas Makowsky and Denny Morrison came in 2nd in their Men's Long Track Team Pursuit semifinal skate and will race for bronze in the B Final.

    Ivanie Blondin, Kali Christ, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler were 2nd in their quarterfinal run in Women's Long Track Team Pursuit and will go in the C Final (5th/6th placement race).

    Rosanna Crawford, Megan Imrie, Megan Heinicke and Zina Kocher finished 8th in the Women's 4x6 km Biathlon Relay.

    Valerie Maltais came in 6th while Marie-Eve Drolet went out in the quarterfinals in Ladies' 1000m Short Track.

    Canada edged the United States 1-0 to advance to the gold medal game.

    Charle Cournoyer, Michael Gilday, Charles Hamelin, Francois Hamelin and Olivier Jean finished 5th in the Men's 5000m Short Track Relay.

    The medal count is now 9 gold, 10 silver and 5 bronze for 24, moving the country up to 3rd place.

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    Tonight's/tomorrow's schedule:

    Ariane Lavigne, Caroline Calve and Marianne Leeson race in the Ladies' Parallel Snowboard Slalom, with qualifications at 10:15 PM, 1/8 finals at 2:15 AM, quarterfinals at 3:03 AM, semifinals at 3:30 AM and finals at 3:46 AM.

    Matthew Morison, Michael Lambert and Jasey Jay Anderson go in the Men's Parallel Snowboard Slalom with qualifications at 10:42 PM, 1/8 finals at 2:27 AM, quarterfinals at 3:09 AM, semifinals at 3:33 AM and finals at 3:50 AM.

    Amanda Ammar, Emily Nishikawa, Heidi Widmer and Brittany Webster compete in the Ladies' 30 km Cross Country Mass Start Free at 2:30 AM.

    Michael Janyk, Brad Spence, Philip Brown and Trevor Philp are on the slopes in Men's Slalom with run 1 at 5:45 AM and run 2 at 9:15 AM.

    Vincent De Haitre, Mathieu Giroux, Lucas Makowsky and Denny Morrison look to medal in the B Final of Long Track Men's Team Pursuit at 6:51 AM.

    Ivanie Blondin, Kali Christ, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler are in the C Final of Long Track Ladies' Team Pursuit at 7:14 AM.

    Jean-Philippe Le Gullec, Scott Perras, Brendan Green and Nathan Smith team up in the Men's 4x7.5 km Biathlon Relay at 7:30 AM.

    Chris Spring, Timothy Randall, James McNaughton and Bryan Barnett in Canada 1, Lyndon Rush, Lascelles Brown, David Bissett and Neville Wright in Canada 2 and Justin Kripps, Jesse Lumsden, Cody Sorensen and Ben Coakwell in Canada 3 slide in the Bobsleigh 4-Man event, with heat 1 at 9:30 AM and heat 2 at 11:00 AM.

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    Ariane Lavigne, Caroline Calve and Marianne Leeson did not qualify for the 1/8 finals in Ladies' Parallel Slalom.

    Michael Lambert and Jasey Jay Anderson went out at the 1/8 finals and Matthew Morison did likewise in the qualification round in Men's Parallel Slalom.

    Brittany Webster was 46th, Emily Nishikawa 47th, Amanda Ammar 49th and Heidi Widmer 52nd in the Ladies' 30 km Cross Country Mass Start.

    Michael Janyk came in 16th and Philip Brown 20th in Men's Slalom. Brad Spence missed a gate and Trevor Philp did not finish.

    Vincent De Haitre, Mathieu Giroux, Lucas Makowsky and Denny Morrison came in 4th in Long Track Men's Team Pursuit.

    Ivanie Blondin, Kali Christ, Christine Nesbitt and Brittany Schussler ended up 5th in Long Track Ladies' Team Pursuit.

    Jean-Philippe Le Gullec, Scott Perras, Brendan Green and Nathan Smith finished 7th in the Men's 4x7.5 km Biathlon Relay.

    Canada 2 is 10th, Canada 1 is tied for 13th and Canada 3 crashed and is 30th after the first 2 heats of Men's 4-man Bobsleigh.

    The medal count remains at 9 gold, 10 silver and 5 bronze for 24, good for 4th place.

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    Tomorrow's schedule:

    Alex Harvey, Ivan Babikov, Graeme Killick and Jesse Cockney race in the Men's 50 km Cross Country Mass Start at Midnight.

    Canada 1, 2 & 3 look to move up in Men's 4-Man Bobsleigh, with heat 3 at 2:30 AM and heat 4 at 4:00 AM.

    Canada faces Sweden in the gold medal game in Men's Hockey at 5:00 AM.

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    The Canadian team of Roberto Luongo, Carey Price, Mike Smith, Duncan Keith, Dan Hamhuis, Shea Weber, Drew Doughty, Jay Bouwmeester, Alex Pietrangelo, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, P.K. Subban, Matt Duchene, Patrick Sharp, Patrick Marleau, Chris Kunitz, Ryan Getzlaf, Jonathan Toews, John Tavares, Jamie Benn, Corey Perry, Martin St-Louis, Patrice Bergeron, Rick Nash, Jeff Carter and Sidney Crosby wins gold in Men's Hockey, beating Sweden 3-0!

    Alex Harvey was 19th, Ivan Babikov 20th, Graeme Killick 28th and Jesse Cockney 56th in the Men's 50 km Cross Country Mass Start.

    Canada 2 finished 9th and Canada 1 13th in Men's 4-Man Bobsleigh. Canada 3 finished 30th in heat 3 and didn't progress to to heat 4.

    The final medal count is 10 gold, 10 silver and 5 bronze for 25, which put Canada in 4th for overall medals and 3rd in gold medals.
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    Compared with Vancouver 2010, Canada had 1 less medal, losing 4 golds and gaining 3 silvers.

    The medals this Olympics came from:

    Freestyle Skiing - 4 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze - 9
    Figure Skating - 0 gold, 3 silvers, 0 bronze - 3
    Short Track Speed Skating - 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze - 3
    Curling 2 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze - 2
    Hockey - 2 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze - 2
    Snowboard - 0 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze - 2
    Long Track Speed Skating - 0 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze - 2
    Bobsleigh - 1 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze - 1
    Alpine Skiing - 0 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze -1

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    Although team sport medals only count as one in the standings, Canada led the way in physical gold medals won. Russia won 13 events, Norway 11 and Canada 10.

    Canada, however, received 63 physical gold medals, Russia 33 and Norway 18.

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    Thank TerryH for the summary of the result every day.

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    You're welcome, Ann.

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    Yeah, no kidding. Very nice Terry. Thanks.

    We did well these Winter Olympics.

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    You're welcome as well, Kitlope. I'm glad it was only for 16 days. If it was something that went on for a long stretch, I would've burned out eventually. Being a two-fingered hunt and peck typist adds to the time typing these things out.

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    What a wild ride.

    Sochi and Russia did everything to defy expectations.

    Canada did very well as well, again outplacing the U.S.

    I also really thought seriously after Marcel Aubut's comments about the possibility of an Edmonton Olympiad.
    Let's make Edmonton better.

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    ^I always thought if Calgary could have a winter games, being no where near the mountains, then why not Edmonton. Could Edmonton have the summer games? Commonwealth Stadium is there and would only need some alterations, including building more south end seats to match the main stands. Roger's Place, the Coliseum, the Butterdome would hold indoor events. The river valley is great for the biking events. Probably need a new velodrome. Not sure how much would have to be spent on aquatics venues.

    The only big downfall would be soccer, as it would have to be spread out over several places in Canada.

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    ^Wasn't hosting the Summer Games Bill Smith's dream circa 1996-7? I haven't heard any chatter about that in a long, long time...

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    Could Edmonton have the summer games?
    I highly doubt it.

    I recall reading (this was about 10 years ago) that there aren't enough hotel rooms in the entire province of Alberta to properly host the Summer Olympics, never mind just Edmonton.

    Even Vancouver, despite its size, would struggle.

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    The winter Olympics are 1/10 the size of the summer Olympics. Take a look at the list of cities that have hosted over the decades - these are big, big cities, some of the largest in the world

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Summer_olympics.

    Nice for Edmonton to dream but then there's a little something called reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryH View Post
    ^I always thought if Calgary could have a winter games, being no where near the mountains, then why not Edmonton.
    Not sure if I'm reading your post right, but since Calgary is too far away from the mountains? Only a 1 hr drive to Canmore.
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    Edmonton could easily host the winter games...

    But why would we want to... look at the trend.. look at the debt....

    The Olympics are simply OUT of Control.
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    I don't think any city in Canada should be hosting the Summer Olympics. At $51 billion we shouldn't think of holding winter ones again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonic Death Monkey View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TerryH View Post
    ^I always thought if Calgary could have a winter games, being no where near the mountains, then why not Edmonton.
    Not sure if I'm reading your post right, but since Calgary is too far away from the mountains? Only a 1 hr drive to Canmore.
    Calgary is the only winter Olympic city not to be in or next to a mountain range. Yeah, Canmore may be an hour drive from there but it would depend on whether there's traffic or not. A shorter day trip than from Edmonton to Marmot Basin. Being at a games where all athletes can mingle after an event is nice. I wonder how much the skiers at Canmore and Nakiska had to just mingle among themselves until transportation was available for them to get back to Calgary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TerryH View Post
    Could Edmonton have the summer games?
    I highly doubt it.

    I recall reading (this was about 10 years ago) that there aren't enough hotel rooms in the entire province of Alberta to properly host the Summer Olympics, never mind just Edmonton.

    Even Vancouver, despite its size, would struggle.
    Yeah, that would be a major problem. I recall watching the Spokane channels during the Calgary games and the complaints about how much the hotel/motel rates were jacked up due to the influx.

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    If the HSR advocates get their way it might be possible for Edmonton and Calgary to co-host the summer games, but it probably would not be worth the expense (for HSR or for olympic facilities).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryH View Post
    Calgary is the only winter Olympic city not to be in or next to a mountain range. Yeah, Canmore may be an hour drive from there but it would depend on whether there's traffic or not. A shorter day trip than from Edmonton to Marmot Basin. Being at a games where all athletes can mingle after an event is nice. I wonder how much the skiers at Canmore and Nakiska had to just mingle among themselves until transportation was available for them to get back to Calgary.
    Whistler is about the same distance from Vancouver, as are the Caucasus mountain venues relative to Sochi.

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    The Krasnaya Polyana complex for skiing/ski jumping/bobsleigh/luge/skeleton is about 40 km northeast from the Sochi Olympic Park in Adler (about 22 km southeast of Sochi).

    They could've built closer to Vancouver but Whistler was an existing ski area and more than likely was used because it was cheaper to build additional features than a whole new complex. Naskiska and Canmore were built from scratch.

    Just thinking about this. Sochi had Krasnaya Polyana for all the events I listed. Calgary had Canada Olympic Park for ski jumping/bobsleigh/luge/skeleton, Canmore for cross-country/biathlon and Nakiska for alpine. Extremely spread out.
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    Justed wanted to share this rather interesting chart, clearly showing the skew of performance of various countries w.r.t. summer and winter olympics. Very few countries show a strong performance in both.


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    If we host the Summer Games, our second biggest problem would be hotel capacity. How we could get around it:

    - build 10,000 units of hotel rooms on Blatchford which convert into 3,000 units of condos to be sold off after the games?


    If we host the Winter Games, our second biggest problem would be connections to Jasper. How we could get around it:

    - Medium speed rail to Vancouver (and Calgary and Winnipeg)?

    Either are possible, but for long-term benefit to Edmonton, medium speed intercity rail would probably be more beneficial.
    Let's make Edmonton better.

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    No great surprise on this one ...
    Russian Insider Says State-Run Doping Fueled Olympic Gold
    Dozens of Russian athletes at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, including at least 15 medal winners, were part of a state-run doping program, meticulously planned for years to ensure dominance at the Games, according to the director of the country’s antidoping laboratory at the time.
    ...
    http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/05/13...pics-2014.html

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