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News stories tagged with "olympic"

Lake Placid to Host 2007 Women's Frozen Four

Lake Placid will host the 2007 NCAA women's hockey championships. The annual Frozen Four competition - the final four of the women's college hockey world - will be at the Herb Brooks Arena. The Olympic Regional Development Authority is partnering with St. Lawrence University to host the event. Margie Strait is director of athletics at St. Lawrence. She says it's one of a number of national events the college has hosted in recent years.  Go to full article

Heard up North: 'A Mom at the Olympics'

Bill Demong came in 25th out of 49 in the Nordic Combined today in Turin. Brian Mann caught up with Bill's mother Helen, who teaches music at the Saranac Lake High School, while the race was underway.  Go to full article

North Country Carries the Flag for Team USA

Two North Country athletes will lead the way tonight at the opening ceremonies in Salt Lake City. Amy Peterson, veteran speedskater from Ballston Spa, New York, will carry the US flag in the ceremony opening her fifth Olympic games. Lake Placid sled racer Jim Shea Jr. will recite the Olympic oath. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

"Olympic" Village: Lake Placid Prosperity a Long-Distance Event

Hosting the 2002 Winter Olympics offers Salt Lake City the chance to take the world stage--building prestige and boosting the local economy. Lake Placid hosted the Winter games in 1932 and again in 1980. The "Olympic village" is now a busy resort town and the Adirondacks' most popular tourist destination. But as Brian Mann reports, Lake Placid has struggled at times to translate its long Olympic history into lasting prosperity.  Go to full article

Third Generation Olympian, Lake Placid's Jim Shea, Attends State of the Union Address

A Lake Placid native was in Washington DC last night for President Bush's State of the Union address. Jim Shea, Jr. will compete next month at the Salt Lake Winter Olympics. He was invited to Capitol Hill just days after the death of his grandfather, Olympic icon Jack Shea. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

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