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Sarah Burke Stickers Banned by the IOC

Sarah Burke Stickers Banned by the IOC
Sarah Burke was responsible for introducing the women’s halfpipe event in the Olympics. A freestyle skier, Sarah Burke unfortunately died two years ago due to an accident while training. Her fans and fellow skiers had taken to wearing stickers in her honor. However, these have been banned by the IOC for their supposedly political nuances.
Read more Feb 11 2014, 3:49am CST
 

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Facebook and NBC Look Towards A Social Winter Olympics, Just Don't Mention The Tape Delay Or #NBCfail

Facebook and NBC Look Towards A Social Winter Olympics, Just Don't Mention The Tape Delay Or #NBCfail
NBC and Facebook have announced a content sharing deal for coverage around this year’s Winter Olympics from Sochi in...
Read more Jan 17 2014, 12:21pm CST
 

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Source: NEWS.com.au

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Sochi 2014: A Security Challenge

Sochi 2014: A Security Challenge
The Russian city of Sochi will host the 2014 Winter Olympics from Feb. 7 to Feb. 23 and the Paralympics from March 7 to...
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Pole Dancing: An Olympic sport?

Source: 49 News Topeka

(KCRA)  Could pole dancing become an olympic sport? Dancers and instructors at one California fitness studio don’t think the idea is such a stretch. Dancer Mary Potts is reaching new heights after incorporating the pole into her workout. “It is really hard for ladies, with your upper body strength, but I’ve built it,” she says.  “I never had it before.” “You can burn up to 500 calories an hour,” points out instructor Mone’t Ha-Sidi.  “It is ...
Full article at: 49 News Topeka 6 days ago, 4:03pm CDT
 

Pokemon Trainers From 26 Countries Vie For World Title This Weekend

Pokemon Trainers From 26 Countries Vie For World Title This Weekend
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These Reinvented Running Blades Could Let More Paralympians Into The Olympics

Source: Fast Company

Oscar Pistorius was just the start: Engineers and designers have created a next-gen technology that comes even closer to mimicking the human running process. And it might help send Blake Leeper to the next games.When amputee athletes put on their running blades, they suddenly appear superhuman, with gleaming carbon fiber replacing the sub-par human legs most of us possess. Before double-amputee Oscar Pistorius made a name for h ...
Full article at: Fast Company 1 week ago, 6:59am CDT
 

Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines Thinks Michael Phelps Needs To Work On The Little Things

Source: WJZ

Rowdy Gaines was a three time Olympic Gold medalist. Rowdy joined Ed and Steve to talk about Michael Phelp’s performance at the US Nationals. Three Time Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines105.7 The FanplaypausejQuery(document).ready(function($) { cbs_audio_player_v2("audio-player-1"); }); Rowdy began talking about Michael Phelp’s performance at the US Nationals saying “it really doesn’t matter how he performs this summer…he didn’t swim well but it ...
Full article at: WJZ Aug 13 2014, 7:23am CDT
 

Lenovo IdeaPad U8

Lenovo IdeaPad U8
The Lenovo IdeaPad U8 debuts in China at the Olympics 2008. The Lenovo Atom based MID features a 4.8 inch screen, 1GB...
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