Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - Speed Skating - Men’s 1500m
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  • What I like about this event is the fast pace and that on any given day, a surprise can be had

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      The Men’s 1500 meter Speed Skating event at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics was full of excitement and some despair.

      What I like about this event is the fast pace and that on any given day, a surprise can be had. That’s what happened in this event — surprise. The


      Olympics are about rising to the occasion, even if you’re not the top seed. That’s the thrill.

      Korea’s Mo Tae-Bum looked solid and had a great race, but he was outdone by Russia’s Ivan Skobrev. One thing I have to say is that I was annoyed by the commentators here. It’s like they had already written off Ivan and weren’t paying attention to the tremendous push that he made after the last turn of his run. He really pushed it to take the lead and the announcers didn’t notice until way after the event end. Pay attention, guys.




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