Joking Canada closes Games with moose stampede

Canada herded 60,000 man-made moose and made its dignified Mounties dance in the Olympic host nation`s playful poke at what it means to be Canadian as the Winter Games came to a close on Sunday.

Joking Canada closes Games with moose stampede

Canada herded 60,000 man-made moose and made its dignified Mounties dance in the Olympic host nation`s playful poke at what it means to be Canadian as the Winter Games came to a close on Sunday.

Canada wins Olympics medal race

Canada ensured it will finish its home Olympics with more gold than anyone else Saturday as Italy’s Giuliano Razzoli won the slalom to condemn once-proud Austria to their worst men’s alpine showing since 1936.

Canada wins Olympics medal race

Canada ensured it will finish its home Olympics with more gold than anyone else Saturday as Italy’s Giuliano Razzoli won the slalom to condemn once-proud Austria to their worst men’s alpine showing since 1936.

Riesch strikes gold, Canada braced for semi

German skier Maria Riesch grabbed her second gold medal of the Winter Olympics in the slalom on Friday but her friend Lindsey Vonn went out with a whimper on snow that did not suit her.

Riesch strikes gold, Canada braced for semi

German skier Maria Riesch grabbed her second gold medal of the Winter Olympics in the slalom on Friday but her friend Lindsey Vonn went out with a whimper on snow that did not suit her.

Yuna crowned Olympic figure skating champion

Kim Yuna produced a riveting women’s free skate on Thursday to obliterate the opposition and become the first South Korean to win an Olympic figure skating gold medal.

Yuna crowned Olympic figure skating champion

Kim Yuna produced a riveting women’s free skate on Thursday to obliterate the opposition and become the first South Korean to win an Olympic figure skating gold medal.

Women’s Ice hockey game must improve, says Rogge

The future of women’s ice hockey at the Winter Olympics could be in doubt if other nations do not start challenging the domination of Canada and the United States, IOC president Jacques Rogge said on Thursday.

Women’s Ice hockey game must improve, says Rogge

The future of women’s ice hockey at the Winter Olympics could be in doubt if other nations do not start challenging the domination of Canada and the United States, IOC president Jacques Rogge said on Thursday.

Vonn to ski with tough glove

American Lindsey Vonn will chase her third Olympic Alpine skiing medal on Friday with a modified glove to ease the pain of a fractured finger.

Vonn to ski with tough glove

American Lindsey Vonn will chase her third Olympic Alpine skiing medal on Friday with a modified glove to ease the pain of a fractured finger.

Bjoergen claims third gold, hosts net eighth

Norwegian cross country skier Marit Bjoergen became the first triple gold medallist of the Vancouver Olympics on Thursday as Canada joined Germany and the United States at the top of the medal standings.

Bjoergen claims third gold, hosts net eighth

Norwegian cross country skier Marit Bjoergen became the first triple gold medallist of the Vancouver Olympics on Thursday as Canada joined Germany and the United States at the top of the medal standings.

Canadian women in golden form as rookie sparks upset

Canada charged past arch ice hockey enemy the United States to win the women’s gold medal as rookie German Viktoria Rebensburg claimed her country’s first Olympic giant slalom title in 54 years.

Canadian women in golden form as rookie sparks upset

Canada charged past arch ice hockey enemy the United States to win the women’s gold medal as rookie German Viktoria Rebensburg claimed her country’s first Olympic giant slalom title in 54 years.

Germany on medal high, Canada mood hits low

Germany joined the United States at the top of the Winter Games medals table on Monday as Canada awoke to an Olympic-size hangover following their demoralising loss to the United States men’s ice hockey team.

Germany on medal high, Canada mood hits low

Germany joined the United States at the top of the Winter Games medals table on Monday as Canada awoke to an Olympic-size hangover following their demoralising loss to the United States men’s ice hockey team.

Canada inspired by impromptu national anthem

The Canadian men’s curling team took inspiration from a loud impromptu rendition of their national anthem to beat world champions Britain 7-6 on Saturday.

Canada inspired by impromptu national anthem

The Canadian men’s curling team took inspiration from a loud impromptu rendition of their national anthem to beat world champions Britain 7-6 on Saturday.