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Mazdzer on track

February 6, 2014 more »»

Slopestyle kicks off Olympic competition

February 6, 2014 KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — And to think, Shaun White chose not to ride down this course. more »»

First day in Russia

February 5, 2014 KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — It’s 7:30 this morning. more »»

‘60 Minutes Sports’ highlights Placid tonight

February 5, 2014 LAKE PLACID — CBS’ magazine-style television sports show, “60 Minutes Sports,” will feature Lake Placid’s 1980 Winter Olympics when it airs tonight at 10 o’clock on CBS’s Showtime Sports channel. more »»

Lake Placid officials won’t make Sochi Games

February 5, 2014 The village of Lake Placid will not have an official presence at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi; however, local leaders hope to travel to Russia later this year to extend an olive branch to the... more »»

Lake Placid asked to back Olympic LGBT resolution

February 5, 2014 The village of Lake Placid has been asked to endorse a resolution that encourages the International Olympic Committee to promote future Olympic host cities to be more accepting of gay rights. more »»

Send-off to Sochi

February 4, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Hundreds of people packed the Harrietstown Town Hall Monday evening to celebrate the upcoming Winter Olympics and the local athletes who will participate in them. more »»

Biesemeyer to speak at ESWG opening ceremony

February 4, 2014 LAKE PLACID — U.S. Ski Team athlete Tommy Biesemeyer of Keene will deliver the keynote speech Thursday night at the Empire State Winter Games opening ceremony in the Olympic Center. more »»

Lugers get taste of Olympic track

February 4, 2014 KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — Describing the ice as smooth, fast and by all accounts perfectly safe, luge athletes took their first formal training runs of the Sochi Olympics this morning. more »»

Kearney determined as ever

February 4, 2014 KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — Hannah Kearney answered a question about her readiness to defend the Olympic women’s moguls gold medal with a question of her ow. more »»

Defending champ has changed over five Olympics

February 3, 2014 When Bill Demong goes to Sochi for his fifth Olympic Winter Games, he will end a career that has already seen him make history. more »»

After struggles, Weibrecht is ready for Sochi

February 3, 2014 Four years ago, Andrew Weibrecht charged down the super-giant slalom course at the Whistler Creekside Resort in British Columbia and won an Olympic bronze meda. more »»

Burke aims for redemption in Russia

February 3, 2014 Four years ago, Tim Burke entered the Vancouver Winter Olympics at the top of his game. The Paul Smiths native was riding the best season ever for an American on the World Cup biathlon circuit. more »»

Lowell Bailey rides momentum to Sochi

February 3, 2014 For some athletes, being able to compete at the Olympics is a big enough thrill. Others just want to be able to say they gave it their all, regardless of how they finis. more »»

Sochi course has been good to Annelies Cook

February 3, 2014 The last time Annelies Cook competed on the Sochi biathlon course, she came away smiling. more »»

Frenette hopes to soar in Sochi

February 3, 2014 Peter Frenette was a 17-year-old Saranac Lake High School senior when he made the Olympic team that competed in Canada four years ag. more »»

Mazdzer has become a medal contender

February 3, 2014 Chris Mazdzer was one of the new faces on the USA Luge team when he competed in his first Olympics four years ago in Canada. more »»

Luge feeds Jayson Terdiman's adrenaline addiction

February 3, 2014 A dream that began a dozen years ago will come true this month when Lake Placid resident Jayson Terdiman competes in his first Olympics on the United States luge tea. more »»

Greubel in medal mix

February 3, 2014 Four years ago, the United States women bobsledders walked away from the Vancouver Olympics with a single medal -- a bronze claimed by Erin Pac. more »»

Lake Placid is second home for many Olympians

February 3, 2014 LAKE PLACID -- The U.S. bobsled, luge and skeleton teams are based in this two-time Olympic host village, so almost all of those athletes live here for at least several months a yea. more »»

 
 

 

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