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October 23, 2014


























Salt Lake organizers give away leftovers
 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- From computers to grains of sand, organizers are giving away the leftovers from the Winter Olympics.
 The Salt Lake Organizing Committee met its goal of selling $20 million worth of surplus gear and already has handed out more than $4 million in beds, linens, appliances and office furniture to Utah universities and nonprofit groups.
May 16: Full story  More in News


Sun., Feb. 24
(78 medal events)
Nation
G
S
B
Tot
Germany
12
16
7
35
United States
10
13
11
34
Norway
11
7
6
24
Canada
6
3
8
17
Russia
5
7
4
16
Austria
2
4
10
16



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Both Russians who beat out Scott have tested positive
 MONTREAL (CP) -- The Canadian Olympic Committee said Wednesday that the International Ski Federation has confirmed a positive test for blood doping by cross-country skier Larissa Lazutina of Russia, which could hand an Olympic silver medal to Beckie Scott of Vermilion, Alta.
 The COA said in a release that the FIS found Lazutina tested positive for blood doping at World Cup races last Dec. 8 and 22. The FIS said the A sample was confirmed as positive in mid-April and the B sample backed up that finding on May 7.
May 8: Full story  More in News





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How did the Canadian Olympic team do at Salt Lake?
Exceeded expectations
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The gold medal today is a credit to the [Norwegian] curling program. They really caught Canada on a bad day and were worthy of their win.
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