Olympic Week 2: Wednesday February, 24th

Whether you’re an avid Olympic follower or not, there’s always one thing you can count on at the Games.  On any given day of competition, there are a myriad of emotions individual athletes, teams, nations and fans will experience.

With Canada’s Joannie Rochette skating an emotional short program after the sudden death of her mother, Dutch speed skater Sven Kramer’s mental gaff costing him a medal when he thought he had won or the Canadian Men’s hockey team dispatching Germany to set up today’s colossal quarterfinals tilt with Russia, yesterday’s events can be summed up with the following words: courage, heartache and hope.

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Enjoy!

-Michael