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Sullivan anxious to compete in the downhill.
Why don't you watch the highlights of the game?" my wife asked at breakfast last October. "Why would I want to watch a rerun?" I replied. "I know how the game turned out."
IOC president, Juan Antonio Samaranch, aims to reform the committee to appease Congress.
The Swiss capital of Bern will bid for the 2010 Olympics. Other bids include Austria and Vancouver.
The White House on Thursday committed to spending $24.5 million on additional security for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
One year before the 2006 Winter Olympics, Turin, Italy is getting a taste of the real thing.
Representatives of Swiss sporting federations voted 145-121 to support Bern rather than a rival bid by the eastern Alpine resort of Davos, which was backed by executives of the Swiss Olympic Committee.
Plans to carry the Olympic torch past the U.S. Capitol en route to the Winter Olympics could go up in smoke unless Congress grants an exemption to a ban on open flames on Capitol grounds.
President Bush freed up another $10 million Wednesday to help protect the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City from potential terrorist attacks.
The most expensive Winter Olympics ever will make ends meet largely because the federal government is picking up the tab for 18 cents on every dollar.
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