Canadian women come up empty
The Canadian women's alpine ski team left the Alps yesterday empty-handed and downhearted.
February 25: Full Story

Canuck skiers shut out
Canada just missed the medal podium this morning in both the men's giant slalom and the women's super-G as Francois Bourque and Kelly Vanderbeek wound up fourth in their respective events.
February 20: Full Story

Canada first among losers
After winning the first run yesterday in the Olympic giant slalom, Francois Bourque said the feeling he had before his final run was, "like someone punched me in the stomach."
February 21: Full Story

24 seconds with Allison Forsyth
Nanaimo-born Allison Forsyth is looking ahead to competing in Whistler in less than four years after tearing knee ligaments in a women's downhill training run during the Torino Games. Whistler was her base in high school.
February 21: Full Story

Little neighbourly advice
Whether it's hopping from rock to rock on dry riverbeds or walking up handrails, Thomas Grandi's training regimen has long involved techniques few others employ.
February 19: Full Story


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February 19: Fourth downer
February 18: Bronze just out of reach
February 16: Brydon talks retirement
February 16: 24 seconds with Emily Brydon
February 15: Dream dashed
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