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Legend of Canadian loonie grows

...Trent Evans, the Edmonton, Alberta, icemaker responsible for freezing the well-worn coin into the ice at the Salt Lake Ice Center. The discovery was made Friday when the loonie was added to a Hockey Hall of Fame exhibit honoring the gold-medal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/03/09/oth_337671.shtml
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Let the price gouging begin

...from $5. "It's called Olympic greed," said Michael Taylor, who runs the garage located two blocks from the Salt Lake Ice Center. "It's all about making money." While Salt Lake organizers have discouraged price gouging, Salt Lake City...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/07/oly_332069.shtml
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Ohno brings crowd to its feet at short track

...Peterson, who carried the U.S. flag in the opening ceremony, made it through her first heat. But all eyes at the Salt Lake Ice Center were on Ohno, whose first appearance of these games brought the sellout crowd to its feet in thunderous applause...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/14/oly_333425.shtml
Olympics
Memorable Olympics for Ohno, speedskaters

...Olympics," Rodriguez said, "but I don't think that any of us expected it would be this strong." Over at the Salt Lake Ice Center, Ohno and his soul patch created one of the most dynamic images of the game, prompting hundreds of seemingly normal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/25/oly_335558.shtml
Olympics
Olympics notebook

...into Olympics rings in the back. Changing names Figure-skating and short-track competitions are held at the Salt Lake Ice Center, which is actually the Delta Center, home of the Utah Jazz. The name was changed for the Olympics because Olympic...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/23/oly_335185.shtml
Olympics
Canadians get their golds

...Sikharulidze by the slimmest of margins, losing 5-4 in the pairs free skate last Monday. Boos rained down at the Salt Lake Ice Center when the marks flashed, and Pelletier buried his head in his hands as Sale cried. Both wept as they stood on the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/18/oly_334210.shtml
Olympics
Ohno starts strong

...known. Smith also advanced in the men's 1,000, setting an Olympic record in the process. But all eyes at the Salt Lake Ice Center were on Ohno. The former inliner from Tacoma, Wash., took a deep breath as he toed the starting line. The race...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/14/oly_333429.shtml
Olympics
Olympic security effort unprecedented in history of sport

...that could set off metal detectors. The line stretched across a parking lot and into the street. At the nearby Salt Lake Ice Center, where figure skating will be held, strong overnight winds delayed the arrival of additional metal detectors...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/09/oly_332471.shtml
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U.S. skaters rise to occasion

...for sloppy technique on her jumps, she is a threat for any medal. Cohen hopes to unveil a quadruple jump at the Salt Lake Ice Center (the Delta Center's name during the games), something no woman has attempted in competition. After missing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/07/oly_332048.shtml
Olympics
Hughes still stunned by medal she is wearing

...that Hughes shrieked in delight when she completed the last of two such jumps. By the time she was finished, the Salt Lake Ice Center was rocking. Dozens of wrapped flowers flew onto the ice as Hughes glowed, though she was nearly doubled over...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/23/oly_335163.shtml
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