Crawford celebrates
A sauna and a Mohawk for everyone -- and it's on Chandra. Canadian gold medallist Chandra Crawford made sure the men who helped her become an Olympic cross-country skiing champion got pampered a little yesterday.
February 25: Full Story

Living with 'total passion'
The gold medal is still around her neck. She won't let go of it. She can't. It's all too fresh, too new, too unbelievable for Chandra Crawford, one day after she went from unknown to household name.
February 24: Full Story

Beckie's on board
Beckie Scott received a new set of Olympic credentials yesterday. "I have a car coming to get me," she said. "I don't have to ride the shuttle bus now."
February 24: Full Story

Sunrise surprise
What a wonderful way for a nation to wake up. It was breakfast back home when a fresh-faced, gregarious young woman nobody had ever heard of before was bouncing up and down on the podium with a gold medal around her neck. Chandra somebody.
February 23: Full Story

Unexpected golden girl
Chandra who? Chandra Crawford, gold medal, that's who. The 22-year-old from Canmore, Alta., shocked the cross-country ski world with a dominating victory this morning in the women's sprint in Pragelato, north of Turin.
February 22: Full Story


Previous Headlines:

February 17: Slidin' away
February 17: Lots of e-mails, but no hug
February 15: Thank you, Norway!
February 14: Silver sprint for Scott, Renner
February 13: Not great for Scott
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