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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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Parker athlete is Winter Olympic hopeful

FOX31 Denver - 23 Aug 2017
COLORADO SPRINGS — A Parker man is currently training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs with hopes of making it to the 2018 Winter Games. Stephen Garbett was born in Aurora and raised in Parker. The Colorado native had always ...
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Snowstorms on Mars Don't Stick, So No Winter Olympics There

Newsmax - 23 Aug 2017
Snowstorms on Mars are possible, scientists think, based on findings of a new study that could change the way researchers view the weather patterns of the dusty red planet. Researchers developed models that simulated Mars unusual temperature patterns ...
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An unlikely path from Ghana to possible US Winter Olympic spot

OlympicTalk (blog) - 21 Aug 2017
Editor's Note: One athlete in U.S. Winter Olympic history was born in Africa — biathlete Dan Westover, who was born in Madagascar and competed at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games, according to Olympic historian Bill Mallon. Biney and skeleton slider ...
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Local mother in training for the Winter Olympics - 17 Aug 2017
OLIVE BRANCH, Miss —Inside the MidSouth Ice House feels like an ice box. It's the perfect conditions for Sable Otey as she prepares for the Winter Olympics next year in South Korea. "This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and not everyone gets to do ...
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Crestview native on track to attend 2018 Winter Olympics

Crestview News Bulletin - 20 Aug 2017
Now, 19 years later, the 27-year-old, who grew up on Valley Road in Crestview and attended Walker Elementary School, is a resident of Salt Lake City, Utah, where she is training for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on the Long ...
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North Korea at the Winter Olympics

WAVY-TV - 11 Aug 2017
With the upcoming Winter Olympics taking place in PyeongChang and tensions escalating on the Korean Peninsula, many are wondering whether North Korea's actions will affect the Games. Here's what fans should know about the history of North Korea at ...
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Many world-class athletes competing

Otago Daily Times - 23 Aug 2017
Wanaka's Beau-James Wells, seen here competing at Cardrona during the last Winter Games, in 2015, will return to the Winter Games this year after recovering from a knee injury and is hoping to earn points in a bid to qualify for the Winter Olympics in ...
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South Korea Prepares for the World's Most Dangerous Olympics

Wall Street Journal (subscription) - 17 Aug 2017
The last time South Korea hosted the Olympic Games, in 1988, North Korea was keen for a piece of the action and offered to co-host events. After it was rebuffed, Pyongyang bombed a South Korean jetliner and launched its own rival sports extravaganza.
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Potomaks want to make Winter Olympics a family affair

BarrieToday - 21 Aug 2017
You can play in the next Olympics' if they weren't named to the 2018 team. Sarah points out Meghan Agosta turned 19 the day she scored a hat trick the 2006 Winter Olympics and Marie Philip-Poulin scored a pair of goals in the 2010 gold-medal game at ...
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Spectacular Winter Games opening promised at Coronet Peak

The Press - 21 Aug 2017
The interest from international broadcasters is huge this year with the world's leading athletes making final preparations for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in South Korea. Countries such as Australia, Japan, Italy, Estonia, Korea and the USA ...

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