A Canadian conspiracy -- sort of

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VANCOUVER -- Next time Canadian geese waddle across the road in front of my car I’m gunning the gas. The way I figure, it’s kill... Read more

Flyers' Carter unlikely to make Olympics

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Flyers forward Jeff Carter's Olympic chances took a big hit Sunday night when Ryan Getzlaf returned to the lineup for the Anaheim Ducks - just... Read more

Chat Olympics with Sam Donnellon

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Sam Donnellon will chat live from Vancouver about the 2010 Winter Olympics from noon to 1:00 p.m. Monday. Read more

Tanith and Ben arrive

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They were a little worried, and a little harried, but Tanith and Ben arrived just fine. Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto, the most... Read more

Another injured American skier

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While all the attention -- and rightfully so -- has been focused on Lindsey Vonn, another American skier has suffered an injury. The women's... Read more

Luge athlete chosen as U.S. flagbearer

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Five-time Olympian Mark Grimmette has been selected as flag bearer for the 2010 U.S. Olympic Team by fellow members of Team USA. The opening... Read more

Olympic merchandise on the move

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VANCOUVER — Ally Sheane bustled through the “exit” gate, her lunch hour burned, two bags of treasure in her hands. Sheane... Read more

What we learned in Beijing

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Michael Phelps became Mr. Olympics. Usain Bolt became Superman 2. Kobe proved he’s the real King. But more than anything, this Olympics... Read more

Gotta like Phils prospect Lou Marson

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The U.S. baseball team, made up of minor leaguers, was eventually trounced, 10-2, by defending gold medalist Cuba in a semifinal Friday, a... Read more

Women flip script: Softball loses, soccer wins

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The supposedly unbeatable U.S. softball team, the team so dominant the IOC kicked the sport out of the Games, at least for London in 2012,... Read more