Category: ‘Winter Olympics Events’

Right Guard Xtreme Clear Can Save Even Olympic Athlete’s from Embarrassing Moments
June 5th, 2014 at 6:52 AM
It doesn't matter if you're an Olympic Athlete or a regular Joe, when you lift your arms and it looks like snow-capped trees during the winter in the Northeast, the ladies will not come calling. That's the price of wearing a flaky deodorant. Thankfully, there's a very simple solution to that...

2014 Sochi Olympic Recap; United States Takes Home 28 Medals
February 24th, 2014 at 9:57 PM
***PHOTO1*** As of Sunday evening, the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics were officially over. Thousands of people cheered and applauded while fireworks lit up the Russian sky to represent the end of a 17-day celebration of global competition.  The host country, which invested $51 billion in the event, topped the 2008 Summer Games...

Canada Defeats Sweden 3-0 to Win Gold in Men’s Hockey
February 23rd, 2014 at 9:17 AM
For the second straight Winter Olympics, Canada has won gold in men's hockey.  In 2010, they needed overtime to defeat the United States 3-2 with Sidney Crosby scoring the "golden goal".  This year it was a different story.  Canada took care of Sweden on Sunday by defeating them 3-0.  Jonathan...

Canada Shuts Out the United States 1-0 to Advance to Gold Medal Game in Men’s Hockey
February 21st, 2014 at 11:43 AM
As if the women's gold medal game between Canada and the United States wasn't intense enough on Thursday, the men brought another level of intensity on Friday.  In the second semifinal of the day, Canada and the United States squared off to see who would take on Sweden for the...

United States Skier Ted Ligety Captures Gold in Giant Slalom
February 20th, 2014 at 10:04 AM
After completing his second run in the giant slalom on Wednesday, Ted Ligety made Olympic history by becoming the first American to win gold in the event. Ligety, who was the overwhelming favorite to win the gold, finished with a time of 2:45:29 in the two-run combined event. Steve Missillier and...