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Why Do Olympians Bite Their Medals?

Watch the Olympics and you might notice a number of medalists gnawing on their gold or silver prize like an old-time prospector. Do they believe the International Olympic Committee is going to stiff them? Does anyone expect to bite into

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The Right Way To Say It

We’re all pronouncing Pyeongchang wrong — here’s the right way to say it. The Winter Olympics are underway, which means more and more people will be talking about snowy sports and South Korea over the next few weeks. This also means

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Most Olympic Medal Wins

More than 40 countries have won at least one Winter Olympic medal since the first games in Chamonix, France, in 1924. For any country looking to take the first spot in the all-time Winter Olympics medal count, Norway is the

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Olympics Friday

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea will officially kick off on Feb. 9 with its highly-anticipated opening ceremony. The Olympics opening ceremony, which will have a peace theme, is expected to feature K-pop performances (fans may be hoping

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New Events At The Olympics

It’s that time again! The 2018 Winter Olympic Games will kick off in PyeongChang, South Korea on February 9, and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is adding a handful of new events to the festivities. In 2014, 12 new events—including

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Andre De Grasse And Usain Bolt

Canada’s Fastest man Andre De Grasse competed Sunday night in the final of the 100m and is bringing home a Bronze Medal for his performance. But possibly more important than that is the friendship he has made thanks to these

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Canadians Making Waves In Rio

Penny Oleksiak continues to medal in Rio.  With 3 medals, Penny is the 1st Canadian Athlete since 1984 to win 3 medals at one Olympic games and one of only 6 Canadians to do so ever.  No Canadian athlete has

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Rio 2016 Olympics, Is Rio Ready?

It’s only 3 more days until the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro hold their opening ceremonies. Heading into these games there have been numerous concerns raised about the state of the Country and the City; Brazil is in

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4 O’clock Fact: Olympic Peace

In the month leading up to the ancient Olympics in Greece, no wars were allowed. Spectators could travel across Greece unharmed.

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4 O’clock Fun Fact: Motoring Rower

Bobby Pearce, an Olympic rower, once stopped to let ducks go by and still won his race. That’s quite a lead indeed.photo:thestudentguide.com

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