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These games’ most miraculous moment

February 27, 2014

For us, the most purely thrilling moment of these Olympic Winter Games has to be Andrew Weibrecht’s thundering charge down the slope of Rosa Khutor to win a silver medal in the super-giant slalom......

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Feb-28-14 9:33 AM

re:"Yes, wassup with the biathlon? Perhaps necessary survival skills in northern Europe 150 years ago..."

The skills are still needed today - Zombie Nazis are still out there..

We still have some out there @ "3 North" up at AMC by Colby Pond.. + some @ADE on Broadway....

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Feb-27-14 5:46 PM

Thank you for the nice insights into our remarkable local-boy, "War Horse" Weibrecht. Sport is just that ... sport...whether it is football, baseball, biathlon or the Giant Slalom. the heroes of the differing sports generally have the same credentials: Talent, dedication and the "will to win." Sports are not the end-all and be-all of life,just a metaphor...but we love them with equal vigor. Cheers to War Horse. You made us here in the Adks very proud last week.

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Feb-27-14 3:12 PM

Nice write up. Interesting detail. Good afterglow.

Yes, wassup with the biathlon? Perhaps necessary survival skills in northern Europe 150 years ago, I guess that's why they win many of these events, but is it really a sport? I suppose as much as skeleton, oh well.

I thought the press coverage was winding down.

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