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TRIUMPH AND TRAVESTY
As the world had watched via TV, the torch-bearer had loped around Opening Ceremonies Stadium, holding high the sacred Olympic flame.
Olympic Torch Relay Update
UNTIL LAST week, most disruptions along the Olympic torch route came from activists protesting China's human rights record. But as the torch ...
DAY 3 A DUEL IN THE POOL
likely to wear an earring in Olympic waters. And every day they had to train side by side. They had set-tos. Dolan, as Olympian in understatement as in swimming ...
DAY 16 NO LONGER THE MAIN EVENT
win, not before) or by the ever-mysterious judging. There were no rising stars. Savon, a five-time world champion and now a two-time Olympic gold medalist, has ...
FOREIGN AFFAIRS THE U.S. ISN'T COMPETING IN EVERY EVENT--IT JUST SEEMS THAT WAY
Have read this magazine, SI Olympic Daily. Never have read or heard about people and teams from other countries playing against each other.
Almost all in the family
When Olympic Coach Jackie Simes chose the pursuit team, Innsbruck champion Sheila Young saw him tap both her brother and her fiancé
One Olympic website says the last shall be first, for many are cooled but few are frozen
DAY 10 WHERE THE COLD WAR IS STILL HOT
International politics have pretty much been bleached out of the. Olympics, what with the breakup of the Soviet Union and a general feeling of ...
The U.S.'s Evan Lysacek upset ice skating's status quo—and Vladimir ... Olympic champion from Russia, for the men's figure skating gold medal.
BRAZILIAN BLOCKBUSTER WORLD CHAMPION CUBA WENT DOWN HARD AFTER THE U.S. STRUGGLED TO DEFEAT THE NETHERLANDS
"Tonight," said Brazilian volleyball star Marcia Cunha, "is avery special night." Special in women's volleyball is needingonly 55 minutes to beat ...