As part of their job, they get to see the racing action closer than just about everyone except the racers themselves. Theyre doing between 85 and 100 miles an hour going right past you, and in total control and youre just in awe.We caught up with them after Julia Mancuso's bronze medal run Monday in the Super Combined."And that is the value in being around this for a long time.
The roads, security, and the Olympic Village, it all came together right at the end.
Here's the audio of my Radio BDC interview with Drew: A final, and then farewell: No detailed description is required today. including these three things that happen for the United States to emerge with the gold Sunday. They do those three things, they can disappoint a lot of Canadians." Miller made 42 saves on 45 shots on the teams' first meeting in Vancouver, a stunning 5-3 US victory last Sunday.
The United States and Canada face off in an incredibly intriguing gold medal men's hockey game at 3 p.m. The mood at the latter will be determined by the outcome of the former. ) Mc Guire, who has New England ties -- one of his first coaching jobs was at Babson College in the mid-'80s and he later served as assistant general manager and coach of the Hartford Whalers -- offered several insights on what each team might do and needs to do . "Ryan Miller has to be Jim Craig," Mc Guire said, referencing the unforgettable performance of the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" goalie. Mc Guire said Miller's performance in that game can't be understated, but it may need to be duplicated.
It's an individual sport and I want my athletes to win, and win big," Bacca said.
By Dan Egan, Correspondent Paul Noonan really likes living in Russia, speaking Russian, and just being in Russia.