SALT LAKE CITY -- For 17 days, they amazed and astonished us in a joyous celebration of the human spirit.
These were the Games of controversy, of never-ending press conferences, of long-winded, heavy-handed officials.
Feb. 25: Full story
SALT LAKE CITY -- When the Canadian women threw their sticks and gloves in the air and piled on goaltender Kim St-Pierre after winning the gold medal on Thursday, Nancy Drolet sat in front of her television and wept.
Not out of frustration or sadness. But because she felt heartfelt joy for her former teammates and friends on the national women's hockey team.
Feb. 24: Full story
SALT LAKE CITY -- Remember that sucky kid in the neighbourhood who always took his net home in a snit when he didn't get his way in road hockey?
That's the game the Russians are playing down here.
Feb. 23: Full story