An Olympic hero returns home to Colorado Springs. US Olympic Bobsled Driver and 2010 Gold Medalist Steven Holcomb landed in Colorado Springs for a short stay Saturday night. He's says it's nice to relax and get back to the simple things in life. "I'm just happy to be home, to... more »
Hugs, pictures and a gold medal to boot! Steven Holcomb arrived at the Colorado Springs airport on Saturday night. His sister, nephew and some fans were there to greet the Olympic gold medalist. Holcomb drove team "Night Train" to a gold medal in the four man bobsled just last month... more »
Red & white or red, white and blue. Maple leaf or Old Glory. Team Canada or Team USA. No matter which side you were cheering for Sunday afternoon for the Olympic Gold medal hockey game, it was a game to remember.
Hockey fans from both sides packed into the... more »
It's hard to say if Olympic records are being set, but tickets for Sunday's Canada-U.S. gold medal hockey match may be the hottest in the history of Canadian sports.
On the official fan-to-fan resale Web site run by the Vancouver Organizing Committee, seats were being offered for several thousand... more »
Some things haven't turned out exactly as expected, but the overall United States effort at the Vancouver Olympics is a triumph. The U.S. reached 34 medals with a silver and a bronze in short-track speedskating last night, and two more were clinched with the men's hockey team and men's team... more »
American Seth Wescott has defended his Olympic title, overtaking Canada's Mike Robertson to win the gold medal in the wild sport of men's snowboardcross.
Wescott, who struggled in qualifying, was seeded 17th of the 32 riders Monday but came out with his second gold medal, and America's second of... more »
Hannah Kearney has won the women's moguls for the first U.S. gold medal in the Vancouver Olympics. The first gold medal of the 2010 Games went to a Swiss ski jumper. Simon Ammann landed a 105-meter jump in the first round of competition on the normal hill. He then topped... more »