Watching the Games? Switch on your cellphone
Cellphones and the Internet are muscling in on more traditional media as ways to see the Olympic Games, and the trend will only deepen, organizers said on Tuesday.
We are moving towards cleaner Games: IOC
An absence of positive doping tests during the Vancouver Olympics is proof the Games are gradually getting rid of cheats who have fewer places to hide, the International Olympic Committee's medical chief said on Monday.
Yuna has big money and medal on the line
Most athletes at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver are looking at financial gains for bringing home a gold medal but South Korean figure skater Kim Yuna could sustain huge losses if she does not.
Kenyan cross country skier out of Games after illness
Kenya's only ski racer, Philip Boit, is back home without participating in his planned last Winter Olympics after falling ill in the United States.
Finnish media slam Vancouver Games catastrophe
Finnish media rounded on the country's athletes on Monday for their performance at the Vancouver Olympics where the sports-mad country lags Australia in medals and could be facing its worst-ever performance.
Pumped up Canadians put on show to remember
Sunday's Olympics ice hockey grudge game between Canada and the United States was billed as the hottest show at the Vancouver Winter Olympics for good reason -- bragging rights alone can mean more than mere medals.
IOC orders blogger to take down video
The International Olympic Committee has ordered a blogger to remove a video showing the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili from his website.
Double gold for Norway, Games accusations fly
Aksel Lund Svindal flashed down Whistler mountain to win the men's super-G Friday and deny American Bode Miller an elusive gold medal at the Winter Olympics as Norway stormed up the medals table.
Evan Lysacek ends Yevgeny Plushenko's Olympic reign
American Evan Lysacek glided to Olympic gold in men's figure skating on Thursday in a stunning upset of Russian Yevgeny Plushenko's pursuit of back-to-back titles.
Riesch outshines Vonn, Norway claim 100th gold
Germany's Maria Riesch snatched the women's super combined crown on Thursday after American Lindsey Vonn lost control and blew her chances of a second gold in as many days at the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Norway celebrates 100th gold medal, Vonn leads
Norway claimed their 100th gold medal in Winter Olympics when Tora Berger won the women's 15 kilometer individual biathlon on Thursday but Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn again threatened to grab the limelight later.
Golden 15km for Norway's Berger
Norwegian Tora Berger held her nerve after delivering a superb shooting performance to win her first Olympic gold medal in the women's 15km individual event at Whistler Olympic Park on Thursday.
Lionheart Majdic earns medal for bravery
Petra Majdic won a Winter Olympics cross country bronze but deserved a special medal for extraordinary valor after conquering an excruciating injury over three races before painfully climbing to the podium.
Bad weather hits Olympics Games again, tickets refunded
The weather gods cursed the Vancouver Winter Olympics again on Tuesday, forcing delays to Alpine skiing, snowboarding and ski jumping, with rain near Vancouver and snow and fog shrouding the mountains.
Luge death darkens mood as Winter Games open
A Georgian luger died in a horrific crash on a training run on Friday, casting a shadow as Vancouver opened the Winter Games with a daredevil snowboarder, an aboriginal welcome, and Wayne Gretzky lighting the cauldron.
Snowboarder threads Games rings in opening ceremony
A single snowboarder shot through the Olympic rings in a very Canadian opening salvo for the 2010 Winter Games on Friday, a feat made all the more impressive by his soaring through an indoor stadium.
Opening ceremony secrecy breached by iPhone sneak peeks
The traditional shroud of secrecy around Olympic opening ceremonies has some gaping holes in this age of digital downloads and social networking.
Swatch full-year profit beats poll, upbeat on 2010
Swatch Group , the world's largest watchmaker by sales, posted a forecast-beating full-year profit and confirmed its upbeat outlook for 2010, easing worries a flagging economic recovery may hit demand.
Video gamers get their skates on for Winter Olympics
As top athletes from around the world gear up for the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, video gamers can also lace up the skates or strap on the snowboard in a trio of titles bringing winter sports to life.
Vancouver to tone down its sonic gun
Vancouver will modify powerful audio equipment that critics say could be used as a sonic gun against protesters at next year's Winter Olympics, and stop any chance of using the device as a weapon, Vancouver police said on Tuesday.