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    Yaaa, we won a gold. Well, he was representing us despite being born and bred in Canada. Dont matter, we won a gold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good on ya Dale.
    We are now 12th on the medal tally with one gold
    yoohoo
    Go Aussies

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    Oh! That just kills me! Come back to Canada! Come back to Canada!
    Oh well, at least its for Austratlia; my husbands Australian.

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    One more medal for Sweden (if anyone besides me is counting). A silver in biathlon.

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    What a surprise, still no British medals!
    Still, Chemmie Alcott was 11th in the women's downhill. I've NEVER seen someone SO pleased with what for many would be a minor placing!

    Is it me or was the luge doubles just that little bit, well pervy! VERY close physical cotact with lots of vibrations!
    Act your age, not your shoe size!

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    Does anyone know what happened to the Ukrainian luge doubles pair? They crashed close to the end of the track and the guy on the bottom was unconscious.



    Now to good news...for Canadians. Two silver medals in mens and womens team speedskating pursuit!

    Bad news for Canadians, though. Our best chances at a medal in a new event, snowboarding cross. It's just racing on snowboards. Drew Nielsen fell during the first heat, and Jasey Jay Anderson was DQ'd after his hands hit the back of Spaniard Jordi Font and they both fell in the semi-finals.

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    Oh dear, hope those luge guys were OK.
    Well Brits have got our first medal, a silver in the women's skeleton bob.
    That's like the luge but headfirst at 80 miles an hour!

    Watching the men's figure skating. Plushenko is MILES ahead of the rest!
    Act your age, not your shoe size!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfastgirl View Post
    Oh dear, hope those luge guys were OK.
    Well Brits have got our first medal, a silver in the women's skeleton bob.
    That's like the luge but headfirst at 80 miles an hour!

    Watching the men's figure skating. Plushenko is MILES ahead of the rest!
    Are you watching it live or tape delayed? We have to wait until 8:00pm Eastern time to see the results.

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    Watching it live in Britain, sorry if i spoiled it for u!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfastgirl View Post
    Watching it live in Britain, sorry if i spoiled it for u!
    No problem! I love being spoiled!

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    Jeffrey Buttle wins a bronze medal!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Plushenko was just amazing!

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