Canadian Jennifer Heil takes the first Alpine Gold medal up for grabs! Woohoo! And did I mention our 16-0 hockey win Go Canada!
I re-titled this thread at the request of a PMer who stated that titling threads with real-time wins here might spoil outcomes for pep's watching certain events in RP mode (Like myself watching the noon version of the downhill tommorow as opposed to the 6 am realtime version). So...this is the Olympic thread...post your woo-hoo's and boo-hoo's here...and don't look at it if you're about to watch something that's already occured.
So far, 2 golds for Germany, 1 for the US, and one for Canada. Norway leads overall medal count with 4, but no gold yet. Both the US and Canadian hockey teams kicked @$$, they'll probably be in the final as usual.
Best story for today was probably Hedrick.
Mens' Biathlon: Gold-Germany, Silver-Norway, Bronze-Norway
Womens' Freestyle Skiing: Gold- Canada, Silver- Norway, Bronze- France
Men's 5000m Speed Skate: Gold- USA, Silver- Netherlands, Bronze- Italy
Combined Nordic: Gold- Germany, Silver- Austria, Bronze- Norway
Ice Hockey: Finland 3, Germany 0; Sweden 3, Russia 1; USA 6, Switzerland 0; Canada 16, Italy 0
Figure Skating: Leaders- Totmianina, Marinin- Russia
Men's Luge: 1. Zoeggeler- Italy, 2. Demtschenko- Russia, 3. Benshoof- USA
Men's Ski Jumping: 1. Kofler- Austria, 1. Kuettel- Switzerland, 3. Ahonen- Finland
Scheduled for Tomorrow:
Men's Alpine Skiing (Medals)
Women's 15 km XC Skiing (Medals)
Men's 30 km XC Skiing (Medals)
Women's Ice Hockey: Russia vs Canada, Germany vs USA
Men's Luge Finals (Medals)
Men's 1500m Short Track Speed Skate (Medals)
Women's 500m Short Track Speed Skate (Medals)
Women's 3000m Relay Short Track Speed Skate (Medals)
Men's Normal Ski Jumping (Medals)
Men's Snowboarding Halfpipe (Medals)
Women's 3000m Speed Skate Final (Medals)
2003-2004: 21; 2004-2005: 27; 2005-2006: 31; 2006-2007: 31; 2007-2008: 38; 2008-2009: 43; 2009-2010: 42; 2010-2011: 46; 2011-2012: 33
2012-2013 Days- 24
Sunday River: 11/11
Burke: 12/1, 12/9, 12/17, 12/20, 1/29, 2/8, 2/9, 2/14, 2/21, 3/7, 3/16, 3/19, 3/20, 3/21
Wachusett: 1/2, 1/18, 3/1
Jay: 2/10, 2/15, 2/22, 3/24, 3/31
Mad River Glen: 3/29
Bump Bump Bump
My wife and mother in law are psyched that Norway is in the lead. (They're square heads) This is so much fun to watch. I can't wait to watch the skiing tomorrow. (After I'm done snowblowing, of course.)
I'm surprised she did. As a former Zamboni driver with much experience dealing with Figure Skaters, I can say that they are generally divas.
Eh...maybe the young ones? I dated one and know a few and they're not ALL that bad. In other news...our Canadian women's hockey team is KICKING ASS again...currently beating Russia 9-0 early in the SECONDOriginally Posted by BeanoNYC
Hmmmm...My vote is in for the hottest Olympic hotty!!!!...Annie Kriesinger < SP German speed skater... *Drooling* Just saw her skate and upon finishing she couldn't wait to unzip and give the cams a more than gratuitous cleavage shot ?!?!?! Gold medal performance that was!
What a finish to the downhill! What happend to that American sweep that was being kicked around here?!?? The US A squad damn near got beat by our B squad The Bode man must not have been able to find a drink in Italy ?!!?!?
Originally Posted by LVNLARG
The downhill sure had a Great finish though!...last skier knocks off MichaelW.(sp?) Was nice to see a Frenchman get on the podium for a change...
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