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The photograph of Sidney Crosby celebrating his winning goal for Canada in overtime against the United States in the gold-medal game at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics captures one of the most.
Being a native Canadian, in fact a resident of Vancouver, made him perfect to snap photos of his homeland gearing up for the Games. Join us after the jump for more of a taste of what the Great White North looks like in British Columbia just days before the world casts its eyes toward Vancouver as we all anticipate the majesty that is the Olympics.
The XXI Olympic Winter Games opened in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on February 12 and closed on February 28, 2010. To celebrate the Games, Britannica is pleased to offer a broad selection of information on Vancouver and the Olympics, including a video highlighting the city’s history and.
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Regular as clockwork, every four years there are predictable lamentations in the media concerning the over-commercialization of the Olympics. The complaint has always struck me as paradoxical.
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The gold medal haul set a historic record, as it was the most any nation has ever received at the Winter Olympics. “It has been almost 10 years since the Vancouver 2010 Games, when Canadian athletes pursued their Olympic and Paralympic dreams on home soil, uniting our nation and demonstrating Canadians’ passion for sport,” said Tricia Smith, the president of the Canadian Olympic.