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Latest Stories Alexander Wolff: American men, women pull off upsets at team pursuitupdated: Sat Feb 27 2010 05:45:00

VANCOUVER, British COlumbia -- It isn't a role the United States is accustomed to playing, least of all at an Olympics. But the Americans' almost certain status as the top medal dog at the Vancouver Games is the result of its recurrent role here as successful underdog. Alexander Wolff: Kramer, Dutch eager to rebound in pursuitupdated: Fri Feb 26 2010 12:30:00

RICHMOND, British Columbia -- Sven Kramer of the Netherlands gets back up on his skates today. He'll join two countrymen in team pursuit qualifying, with an eye on Saturday's men's final, in which Holland is heavily favored.

Skater Kramer cries tears of golden anguish after disqualificationupdated: Wed Feb 24 2010 15:15:00

Dutch speed skating star Sven Kramer was left in tears after confused communication with his coach cost him a gold medal at the Winter Olympics on Tuesday night. Alexander Wolff: Stunning gaffe by coach costs Holland's Kramer sure goldupdated: Tue Feb 23 2010 23:03:00

RICHMOND, British Columbia -- Former Olympic gold medal speedskater Bart Veldkamp of the Netherlands stood outside the Richmond Olympic Oval on Tuesday in a light drizzle that suited the national mood of astonishment and disbelief.

World champion Janka adds Olympic titleupdated: Tue Feb 23 2010 21:32:00

World champion Carlo Janka of Switzerland added the men's Olympic giant-slalom title to his list of honors on Tuesday -- after Bode Miller skied out in his attempt to claim a record fourth medal at the Vancouver Games.

'Mad man' Montgomeryupdated: Tue Feb 23 2010 21:32:00

Canadian skeleton medalist Jon Montgomery talks about flying face first into Olympic gold. Alexander Wolff: Previewing speedskating competition in Vancouverupdated: Tue Feb 09 2010 11:40:00's writers will preview each event from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Here's Alexander Wolff's look ahead to speedskating.

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