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India back in Winter Olympics; flag to fly in Sochi

USA TODAY - 11 Feb 2014
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — India has been reinstated to the Olympics in time for the flag to fly at the Sochi Winter Games. The International Olympic Committee announced the decision Tuesday, saying it was the first time in history that a suspension of a ...
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IOC Clears Nearly 400 Russians to Compete in Winter Games

New York Times - 19 Jan 2018
The Russian Olympic team has been barred from competing in the coming Winter Games because of a doping scheme that corrupted several Olympics and many other major international events. But when the Games begin next month in Pyeongchang, South Korea ...
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Unified Korean Olympic Team to march at Olympic Winter Games ...

Olympics - 20 Jan 2018
Athletes from the National Olympic Committee of DPRK to compete in Figure Skating, Short Track Skating, Cross Country Skiing and Alpine Skiing – and in a Unified Women's Hockey Team IOC President Thomas Bach today announced that a delegation from the ...
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New York National Guard Soldiers to Compete at 2018 Winter Olympics

Department of Defense - 19 Jan 2018
Sweeney just missed representing the United States in the 2014 Olympic Games. The 2018 Winter Games will be her first Olympics. Mortensen, 32, jointed the New York Army National Guard in February 2010 and is trained as an electrician. He has been ...
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Katie Couric to co-host Winter Olympics opening ceremony

CBS News - 18 Jan 2018
NEW YORK — Katie Couric is coming back to NBC. This time, she'll co-host the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The TV personality will co-host with Mike Tirico, who is replacing Bob Costas as prime-time host of the ...
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Katie Couric will co-host Winter Olympics opening ceremony for NBC

Los Angeles Times - 17 Jan 2018
Her return to NBC was the idea of Jim Bell, president of production and programming for NBC Olympics. Bell was executive producer of “Today” during Couric's years on the program. “This is a one-off thing which is really fun and really nice,” she told ...

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