Gibson's golden goodbye
Duff Gibson is going out exactly how he wanted -- on top. The 39-year-old Calgary firefighter returned from Turin, Italy, yesterday afternoon as the gold medallist in the men's skeleton. Then promptly announced his retirement.
February 28: Full Story

Spirit touches sliders
The call from the prime minister was cool, as was the limo ride to the medal ceremony. But on the same day a security guard tried to tell him he couldn't bring his medal into a hockey game, Jeff Pain's silver doughnut produced quite a different type of unexpected Olympic moment.
February 27: Full Story

McBean talk motivates medallists
Canadian skeleton athlete Melissa Hollingsworth-Richards took Marnie McBean aside after she won her bronze medal for Canada last Thursday.
February 26: Full Story

Calgary duo Canada's one-two punch
Teammates, roommates, friends, Olympic medallists. Marking the latest chapter in a relationship that helped two Calgarians contribute to Canadian Olympic history, Duff Gibson and Jeff Pain claimed gold and silver in Olympic skeleton yesterday.
February 18: Full Story

Boehm misses podium party
If Paul Boehm was crushed after missing the Olympic skeleton podium by 26/100ths of a second, he didn't show it last night.
February 18: Full Story


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February 17: Gold and silver
February 17: 'I thought it was over'
February 16: No bones about it ...
February 16: Gibson orders a double
February 12: Burning support
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