The talk of the Olympic flame burning for two weeks in Denver in 2022 is heating up quickly.
"I hope we get this chance, in our lifetime, to see these games here," says Mike Moran, sports consultant, who worked for the U.S. Olympic Committee for 25 years.
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The Vancouver Winter Games were the second most watched in history, surpassing even the Salt Lake City games.
190 million Americans watched the Vancouver Olympics on the networks of NBC Universal, ranking second only to the Lellehammer Games, which were fueld by the controversy surrounding Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya... more »
Gold: 2 Silver: 2 Bronze: 8
The International Ski Federation says that the men's Olympic super-combined race has been postponed due to heavy snowfall.
The race was supposed to happen Tuesday. No new date was immediately set. However, officials had indicated on Monday that the race would be... 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 »
The year's State Winter Games for the Special Olympics has been saved with a donation of about $80,000.
The event at Copper Mountain had been called off for lack of money. But Special Olympics Colorado tells The Denver Post that the games are back on thanks to an anonymous... more »
The nation's top doctors are in Colorado Springs with a message for Olympic athletes and the community; Get vaccinated.
Surgeon General Regina Benjamin and CDC Director Anne Schuchat joined State Health Officer Ned Calonge at the US Olympic Training Center Tuesday to encourage vaccinations ahead of the Winter Olympic... more »