Thursday Feb 20
Slam X Hype
Team USA Is Winning The Olympic Medal Count, But Are They Winning Best Olympic Fashion?
Although I'm not an Olympic athlete, if being part of Team USA is anything like the movie Miracle , it means years of intense training, world class coaching, a strong work ethic, and a determination to defeat the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War.
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Wed Feb 19, 2014
Minnesota athletes' families get treated at Games to Sochi Nice
The Duluth native speaks no Russian, and the older women on the bus appeared to speak no English.
Log Cabin Democrat
McCollum's Column: Why Olympic curlers drop their cigarettes and pick up weights
During the 2002 Olympics at Salt Lake City, many in the media center - between the fast-paced morning action and evening developments - got their curling fix.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Stars and Stripes
Olympian-sized excuses follow failings
No matter how sobering the truth might be, they all at some point can envision themselves atop a podium, a medal around their necks, their national anthem drifting down like a hymn.
Random Thoughts: Hillary, Cats, and Presidents Day
Hillary Clinton is a horrible person and an awful choice for president, and any news source not reporting that is bad at journalism.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
The Washington Post
From NFL tight end to curling sheet
USA Curling's most recognizable face grew up in Northwest Washington - Petworth, actually.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Poor showing has U.S. curling re-examining how it operates
Every four years during the Olympic Games, Americans get swept up in curling, in part because of its everyman nature.
The Globe and Mail
Canadian men's curlers win fifth in a row at Olympics, qualify for semifinals
Canada's skip Jacobs Brad delivers a stone during their men's curling round robin game against the U.S. in the Ice Cube Curling Centre at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 16, 2014.
Live Blog: Team Jacobs vs. Team China
SooToday.com has you covered as we live blog this morning's match between USA's John Shuster and Sault Ste.
Olympics: U.S. curling teams eliminated
Men's skip John Shuster of Duluth, a bronze medalist in 2006, had hoped for redemption after leading the United States to a disappointing 2-7 record four years later in Vancouver.
Marin Independent Journal
Olympics: U.S. men eliminated in curling
Sweden and Canada became the first men's teams to qualify for the Olympic curling semifinals on Sunday, and Britain missed the chance to join them by losing to Norway.
Jacobs guaranteed a semi-final spot in Olympic men's curling
According to the Sochi 2014 website , Brad Jacobs 's curling team from Sault. Ste. Marie, Ontario has improved to 6-2 following a 8-6 victory over John Shuster of the United States on Sunday.
Canada beats U.S. 8-6 in men's Olympic curling
Canada's Brad Jacobs is 6-2 at the Olympic curling competition after winning his fifth in a row, 8-6 on Sunday over the United States.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Wall Street Journal
What Does Russia Have That South Korea Doesn't?
South Korea's president, Park Geun-hye, has ordered a government ministry to focus on a topic of crucial importance to the fate of the country's democracy: How the country lost a speedskating star to Russia.
Tight loss part of difficult games for US curlers
In terms of difficulty, the throw wasn't impossible, but Shuster couldn't recall ever facing a more challenging scenario with the game on the line.
Inside Bay Area
Olympics: U.S. beats Germany in men's curling
Sweden ended China's unbeaten run in men's Olympic curling with a tense 6-5 victory in overtime, and Canada produced its best performance of the tournament to defeat Norway 10-4 on Friday.
Sochi 2014: GB curlers claim victory of USA
DAVID Murdoch believes his British rink are starting to become a nuisance at the Winter Olympics in Sochi with American skip John Shuster feeling the full force of it yesterday.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Minnesota's John Shuster aims for Olympic gold in curlingMinnesota's...
SOCHI, Russia - Immediately following his team's exit from the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, US men's Olympic curler Skip John Shuster began SOCHI, Russia - Immediately following his team's exit from the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, US men's Olympic curler skip John Shuster began re-evaluating his entire career choice.
American curling's old-school Olympians
The United States Men 's Curling team finally got its first win Wednesday in Sochi.
Winter Olympics: 5 Things You Missed Overnight
Most of the biggest Winter Olympics events happen in the evening - local time in Sochi, Russia - which means morning or early afternoon stateside.