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Twins Killed on Olympic Track Once Worked There

The twin 17-year-olds who died early Saturday after sneaking onto the bobsled track at Calgary's Canada Olympic Park and trying to sled down it once worked there, the CBC reports. Jordan and Evan Caldwell "worked as Hill Ambassadors during last winter's season," per the CEO of WinSport, the company that...

Twins Killed Sledding on Olympic Bobsled Track

Twin 17-year-old brothers were killed early Saturday at Calgary's Olympic park after they snuck onto the bobsled track with a group of friends and tried to sled down it, reports Sky News. "Part way down, the group hit a large gate used to separate the bobsled and luge tracks," police...

Two teens die after sneaking onto Olympic bobsled track

Officials say pair brought their toboggan to the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary late Saturday night and didn't understand the danger

After-hours visit to Calgary bobsled track leads to 2 deaths

Police said two young men died and six others were injured after using their personal sled/toboggan to go down a luge-bobsled track after hours at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary. Calgary police said Saturday that emergency crews received a call from an employee at the WinSport Canada facility...

Two Teens Die After Sneaking Onto Olympic Bobsled Track And Trying To Sled On It

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

Last night, eight teens snuck into Calgary’s Canada Olympic Park (where the 1988 Winter Olympics were held) with a sled, and crashed while trying to take it down the bobsled track. According to emergency services personnel, they crashed...Show More Summary

Groves: I’ll fight any Brit Super-Middleweight

George Groves says he’s ready to meet his domestic rivals at Super-Middleweight as he returns to action at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, live on Sky Sports – if the [...] The post Groves: I’ll fight any Brit Super-Middleweight appeared first on Boxing News 24.

New to Town: A Guide to What Is (and Isn't) Public Art in Seattle

Olympic Sculpture Park: This red-orange eagle by Alexander Calder is one of the (free) park’s highlights. KELLY O Seattle is known for its public art—not for just a couple of big pieces, like the Picasso and the Bean in Chicago, but for integrating art into the landscape and the buildings themselves. Show More Summary

Di Luisa: George Groves isn’t the same fighter as before

Andrea di Luisa says he’ll prove that George Groves is past his best when the Super-Middleweights clash at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on January 30, live on Sky Sports. [...] The post Di Luisa: George Groves isn’t the same fighter as before appeared first on Boxing News 24.

Di Luisa: Groves is not the fighter he was

2 weeks agoSports / Boxing :

Super middleweight Andrea di Luisa says he’ll prove that George Groves is past his best when they clash at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on January 30. The Italian is Groves’ first opposition since Badou … Continue reading ? The post Di Luisa: Groves is not the fighter he was appeared first on Boxing News.

The Favela Residents Who Won’t Make Room For The Olympics

From the roof of his concrete home, Luiz Claudio looks out at the bulldozers and construction cranes assembling the Olympic Park of Rio de Janeiro. (Opening ceremonies coming Aug. 5!) The sadness seeps through his sharp green eyes. Claudio points to a moss-covered entryway below, which is crowded with a bicycle, refrigerator, wheelbarrow and red…

Picabo Street Arrested For Assault, Domestic Violence: Olympic Gold Medalist Allegedly Pushed Elderly Father Down Stairs

Former Olympic gold medalist Picabo Street was arrested on December 23 after she allegedly “pushed” her 76-year-old father, Roland Street, down a flight of stairs in her Park City, Utah home, according to US. The 44-year-old, three-time Olympian was charged with three counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child and one count... Show More Summary

Olympic Gold Medalist Picabo Street Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Her Father

This is so incredibly sad. Late December, Olympian Picabo Street was arrested for assault after allegedly getting into a physical fight with her father, Roland Street, in Park City, Utah. According to reports, the 76-year-old was trying to leave his daughter's residence when he "bumped his car into the house". This triggered a fight between him and [...]

Picabo Street, Olympic ski champ, charged with assault

3 weeks agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Former gold medalist is accused of assaulting a family member in Park City, Utah

West Ham fans at Bournemouth went nuts for Dimitri Payet (Video)

Could Dimitri Payet guide West Ham to a top four finish before they leave Upton Park for the Olympic Stadium? It would certainly be some story! Payet was terrific on Tuesday evening as West Ham won 3-1 at Bournemouth. The former Marseille playmaker struck home a delightful free-kick for the equaliser and then bagged a […]

Shaky Knees 2016 Lineup

4 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Shaky Knees Festival will return to Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park & International Plaza in May. The festival lineup was released today, and headliners include Florence + The Machine, My Morning Jacket, and Jane’s Addiction. Foals, Bloc Party, the Kills, Savages, Ghost, Baroness, Parquet Courts, Alex G, Hop Along, Julien Baker, Strand Of Oaks, and more […]

Shaky Knees 2016 Lineup Announced!

The much-anticipated 2016 Shaky Knees Music Festival lineup is finally here and we couldn’t be more pumped! This year’s festival is in a new location once again – Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. Get your knees ready to shake because this lineup is out of this world. This year’s lineup features headliners Florence + […]

Win tickets to SweetWater 420 Fest 2016

Great beer and great tunes in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park.

Stein Eriksen: “The two-and-a-half minutes that changed my life.”

Two days after Christmas, the great Norwegian skier, Olympian, hero and icon, Stein Eriksen died peacefully in his Park City, Utah home. He was 88. During those years, Stein Won gold and silver for Norway at the 1952 Olympics Became the first skier to win gold in slalom, giant slalom and downhill at a single

Stein Eriksen, Olympic medalist in alpine skiing and 'father of freestyle,' dies at 88

Stein Eriksen, the father of freestyle skiing and Olympic medalist for alpine skiing, may be best known to travelers for the lodge that bears his name at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. The famed Norwegian skier died Sunday at his home in Park City. He was 88. The cause of death was complications...

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