Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - Women’s Speed Skating - 500m
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  • However, flying under the radar, Heather Richardson, who is at the Olympics more to get experience than to even contemplate a medal, actually held the lead until the last three groups of skaters

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      I really enjoy the short speed skating events. They are fast and exciting. It’s pretty easy to follow, and there’s the element of suspense the closer it gets to the final racers.

      Women’s Speed Skating - 500m in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics involved two runs. The times from both races are combined for the overall total time and


      the medals awarded appropriately.

      In Vancouver, there was heartache and joyfulness, depending on who you are. A couple of skaters fell, the worst nightmare for all speed skaters. Fortunately, they weren’t hurt. In both cases, it was really a situation of the skate getting caught on the edge and not doing what the skater wanted. Those falls and bounces into the wall look like they really hurt, though.

      I got a kick out of watching America’s Elli Ochowicz. Apparently, she’s the daughter of Olympic great, Sheila Young. What a hoot to see Sheila there, rooting her daughter on. She didn’t quite have the speed, though, and finished up 17th. Another American hopeful, Jennifer Rodriguez, just didn’t ...




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