Olympics

  • Picture Of The Day: Crazy Canuck

    Picture Of The Day: Crazy Canuck

    With the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver officially over, Canadians will surely be proud of what they have accomplished as the host nation.  Not only did we own the top of the podium with a Winter Olympic record 14 gold medals, but Canadians also showed the world that we just might have some of the […]

  • Let The Celebrating Begin! Canada Wins Men’s Hockey Gold!

    Let The Celebrating Begin! Canada Wins Men’s Hockey Gold!

    It is no secret that Canadians love their hockey.  Even the Phoenix Suns’ Steve Nash can’t get enough of it.  So when the Men’s Hockey Team completed Canada’s domination of the top of the medal podium at the 2010 Olympic Games by taking home the gold medal following an overtime winner by newly anointed national […]

  • Picture of the Day: Om Nom Nom

    Picture of the Day: Om Nom Nom

    Figure skaters get marked up by the judges when they think outside the box and do moves that are creative and executed in a fashion that makes viewers go, “wow.”  So would this be considered thinking outside the “box,” and how exactly is it scored when a figure skater actually eats box on the ice? […]

  • Vancouver In Need Of A Condom Refill

    Vancouver In Need Of A Condom Refill

    With so many hot and fit athletes in attendance at the 2010 Winter Games, it is not surprising to hear that they were expecting a lot of sexual intercourse to take place within the Olympic Village.  That was why the Canadian Foundation for AIDS research decided to donate 100,000 condoms for free to the approximately […]

  • Canadian Women’s Hockey Team Sure Knows How To Celebrate A Victory’

    Canadian Women’s Hockey Team Sure Knows How To Celebrate A Victory’

    Coming into the 2010 Winter Games, Canadians were hoping to “Own the Podium,” but the chief concern across the country was getting the gold in both the men’s and women’s hockey tournaments.  After last night’s victory over the U.S.A., the women have done their part, and that called for a celebration. However, their celebration has […]

  • AU Reporters Make Wii Curling Look Like Anything But Curling

    AU Reporters Make Wii Curling Look Like Anything But Curling

    The curling craze has certainly been gaining steam during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  What was once considered a boring sport is now being referred to by many at the Games as the most entertaining event to watch in person, and that is not hard to believe after hearing the rowdy crowds cheer on […]

  • Suddenly Alex Ovechkin Is Not Interested In Being On Camera

    Suddenly Alex Ovechkin Is Not Interested In Being On Camera

    It is usually almost impossible to get Alex Ovechkin out from in front of the camera lens.  After all, there may be nothing the Russian superstar loves more than being in the spotlight.  However, it appears as though things have dramatically changed after his country was dealt a crushing 7-3 loss at the hands of […]

  • Bobsledder Finds Joy In Opponent’s Crash (Video)

    Bobsledder Finds Joy In Opponent’s Crash (Video)

    One man’s pain is another man’s joy.  That was certainly the case when a Canadian bobsled crashed during the final day of runs in the 2-man event.  But even though a crash may benefit some, the guide to proper etiquette states that it just isn’t acceptable to cheer for an opponent’s wreck. Unfortunately, this one […]

  • Bobsledder’s Bulge May Be NSFW (PIC)

    Bobsledder’s Bulge May Be NSFW (PIC)

    If bobsledding wasn’t popular before, then perhaps its recent string of NSFW moments will change that sooner than you may think.   First we saw it in the female competition, when the UK’s Gillian Cooke split her spandex right down her rear just prior to taking off for a run. Now we bring you the […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Maid In Canada

    Picture Of The Day: Maid In Canada

    Canadians sure do love their hockey.  In fact, they happen to love it so much that even when their country is not on the ice, they continue to flock to the arenas in Vancouver to catch a glimpse of some of the other top teams at this Olympic tournament.  But just because Canada is not […]

  • Vicious Hit Leaves Slovak Player Unconscious, Bloodied (Video)

    Vicious Hit Leaves Slovak Player Unconscious, Bloodied (Video)

    The dangers of hockey are no secret to those familiar with the game.  So even with the Olympics being touted as a showcase of some of the most skilled players from around the world, it should not have surprised many to see what occurred last night in Vancouver during a game between Slovakia and Norway. […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Canadians Send Strong Message To The World

    Picture Of The Day: Canadians Send Strong Message To The World

    Coming into the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Canadians had high expectations for their “own the podium program.”  Unfortunately, the podium has not quite been owned by the home nation, causing some to state that Canada has not been able to “find the podium,” or perhaps they have “rented out the podium to the Americans.” […]

  • Canada’s Shea Weber Blasts A Puck Through The Net (Video)

    Canada’s Shea Weber Blasts A Puck Through The Net (Video)

    Canada’s Men’s Olympic Hockey Team has had some difficulty at times putting the puck in the net throughout their first three games of the tournament.  And so when they finally did begin to bulge the twine last night against the Germans, it seemed as though it may have all been for not when the net […]

  • Picture of the Day:  Pole Vaulting Gone Awry

    Picture of the Day: Pole Vaulting Gone Awry

    You wouldn’t think that pole vaulting would be one of the dangerous athletic events in sports, but this picture reveals one its few risks (the other being the pole getting caught in your crotch – ow!).  It appears this this lady either had an extra flexible pole and over-launched her landing pad or couldn’t hack […]

  • Madeleine Dupont Loses Match & Tears After Canadian Cheers

    Madeleine Dupont Loses Match & Tears After Canadian Cheers

    Any sport in the Olympics can get heated – even curling.  Curling, which is a mix of boule and shuffleboard on ice, is one of the Olympic sports many people may not actually think is a sport, but intrigues me the most.  I’ve spent my fair share of time on the shuffleboard table and I […]