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The 2010 Winter Olympic Games will get under way in Vancouver BC with the lighting of the Olympic Cauldron on February 12.

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Team USA Photo Galleries


Lake Placid photographer Nancie Battaglia is now at the Olympic Games in Vancouver. She's there shooting for Sports Illustrated and other magazines, and for North Country Public Radio. Check out an ongoing slideshow of her photos of North Country Olympians and their families and fans. Olympic slideshow

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Apr 14, 2014 — Phelps, who has won 22 Olympic medals, including 18 gold, plans to compete in Arizona later this month.
Feb 28, 2014 — The small town of Remsen held an Olympic-sized party for the first U.S. woman to medal in luge. North Country Public Radio's David Sommerstein reports that Erin Hamlin was welcomed home with a parade.
Feb 23, 2014 — Hockey is a mainstay of the Winter Olympics, but its timing conflicts with the NHL calendar. Some suggest it should join the Summer Olympics. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Mike Pesca of Slate.com.
Feb 22, 2014 — Sean Doherty of the United States competes during the Men's 4 x 7.5 km Relay on Saturday at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics at Laura Cross-country Ski & Biathlon Center in Sochi, Russia.
Feb 21, 2014 — Eighteen-year-old American Mikaela Shiffrin is the favorite in Friday's women's slalom at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Three other Americans are also in the field of 88.
 

Team USA hopefuls from NY & VT

Ethan Albrecht-Carrie North Tonowanda, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Lowell Bailey Lake Placid, New York
US Biathlon
Dustin Brown New York
USA Hockey
Tim Burke Paul Smiths, New York
US Biathlon
Ryan Callahan Rochester, New York
USA Hockey
Annelies Cook Lake Placid, New York
US Biathlon
John Daly Smithtown, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Bill Demong Vermontville, New York
US Ski and Snowboard
Susan Dunklee Barton, Vermont
US Biathlon
Grayson Fertig New York City, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Peter Frenette Saranac Lake, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Brian Gionta Rochester, NY
USA Hockey
Erin Hamlin Remsen, NY
USA Luge
Jason Hettenbaugh Lima, New York
US Biathlon
Lindsey Jacobellis Stratton Mt., Vermont
US Ski and Snowboard
Haley Johnson Lake Placid, New York
US Biathlon
Anders Johnson Plattsburgh, New York
US Ski and Snowboard
Dan Joye Carmel, NY
USA Luge
Patrick Kane Buffalo, New York
USA Hockey
Hannah Kearney Norwich, Vermont
US Ski and Snowboard
Mike Komisarek West Islip, New York
USA Hockey
Trevor Marsicano Ballston Spa, New York
US Speedskating
Chris Mazdzer Saranac Lake, New York
USA Luge
Samuel Morse Camden, New York
US Biathlon
Matt Mortensen Huntington Station, New York
USA Luge
John Napier Schenectady, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Andy Newell Shaftsbury, Vermont
US Ski and Snowboard
Annie O'Shea Port Jefferson Station, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Kevin Pearce Norwich, Vermont
US Ski and Snowboard
Rob Scuderi Syosset, New York
USA Hockey
Caleb Smith Lake Placid, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Bill Tavares Lake Placid, New York
USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation
Hannah Teter Belmont, Vermont
US Ski and Snowboard
Bobsledder Todd Hayes. Photo: teamusa.org
Bobsledder Todd Hayes. Photo: teamusa.org

Top American sledder Todd Hays forced out of Vancouver games by injury

One of the America's top bobsledders has been forced to retire just two months before the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Todd Hayes was diagnosed by team doctors in Lake Placid with a serious brain injury following a crash earlier this month. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

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