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  • Sochi's ice makers tested by variety of Winter Olympics sports

    SOCHI, Russia — The slightest shift in temperature — a few degrees either way — can make all the difference.
  • U.S. curlers earn a 'fun' victory at Sochi Olympics

    U.S. curlers earn a 'fun' victory at Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia -- The U.S. men Wednesday finally earned a victory in curling, but it took some advice from an unlikely source. American skip John Shuster said he received a text message from his wife, Sarah, the night before the game, telling him to have...

    Those snide remarks? U.S. curling team members let them slide

    Those snide remarks? U.S. curling team members let them slide
    SOCHI, Russia — The Canadian guy with bulging tattooed biceps is pumping his fist and glaring. Two Norwegian guys with colorfully checkered pants are hunched over and shimmying. A Swiss woman is screaming at her friends with a mouth so wide one...

    Sochi Olympics: Eric Frenzel of Germany wins nordic combined

    Sochi Olympics: Eric Frenzel of Germany wins nordic combined
    SOCHI, Russia — Germany has won eight medals at these Games but six of them have been gold, the most of any country. One of those on Wednesday was in the obscure sport of nordic combined, a mix of ski jumping and cross-country skiing. This time...

    Local Wes Johnson Rink To Play In National Curling Championships

    Local Wes Johnson Rink To Play In National Curling Championships
    As the calendar moves to March and the 2010 Olympics come to a halt, teams from Seattle's Granite Curling Club (www.curlingseattle.org) look to continue a successful run at championships. Following a disappointing 2-7 record in the Vancouver Olympics,...