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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - The 2006 Turin Olympics
SATURDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS AT THE SOCHI OLYMPICS:
Carien Kleibeuker's eyes widened and she chuckled upon hearing herself introduced as the Olympic bronze medalist who is 35 years and 344 days old.
Olympic Alpine history beckons several contenders for the women's downhill on Wednesday, none more than Maria Hoefl-Riesch.
Standing between Olympic silver medalist Nicole Hosp and an embrace with her father was a plastic fence about waist high.
The Hamelin family of Canada got the Olympic short track competition off to a winning start.
Charles Hamelin of Canada skated clear of the chaos that makes short track so unpredictable, winning the 1,500 meters on Monday for his third different Olympic title.
Ole Einar Bjoerndalen had just become the oldest Winter Olympic individual gold medalist - at age 40 - when he was hugged by a fellow Norwegian whose records he might soon overtake.
Henrik Lunqdvist is more than capable of being not only the best goalie on the ice or in a tournament but the best in the world. He showed that at the 2006 Turin Olympics in leading Sweden to a gold medal.