Shaun White, Shani Davis, Louie Vito, Scotty Lago, Lindsey Vonn, Seth Wescott, Hannah Kearney and all the Olympic Medalists can be tracked live online with a medal table widget. The Vancouver Winter Olympic medals widget can be added to a website or blog so fans can keep track of their favorite athlete’s progress.
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Olympic Games Schedule for February 18, 2010
Men’s Curling, Women’s and Men’s Ice Hockey, Speed Skating, Skeleton, Men’s Free Figure Skating, Ladies Halfpipe finals, Ladies Alpine Skiing and Men and Women’s Biathlon are all scheduled for today. See the table below, or log onto Olympics Schedule and Results page for detailed information.
Current Olympic Total Medal Count as of Feb. 18, 2010
- Snowboard – Men’s Halfpipe: Shaun White, Gold; Scott Lago, Bronze
- Speed Skating – Men’s 1000 m: Shani Davis, Gold; Chad Hedrick, Bronze
- Alpine Skiing – Ladies’ Downhill: Lindsey Vonn, Gold; Julia Mancuso, Silver
- Snowboard – Men’s Snowboard Cross: Seth Wescott, Gold
- Alpine Skiing – Men’s Downhill: Bode Miller, Bronze
- Freestyle Skiing – Men’s Moguls: Bryon Wilson, Bronze
- Nordic Combined – Individual NH/10 km CC: Johnny Spillane, Silver
- Freestyle Skiing – Ladies’ Moguls: Hannah Kearney, Gold; Shannon Bahrke, Silver
- Short Track Speed Skating – Men’s 1500 m: Apolo Anton Ohno: Silver; J.R. Celski, Bronze
Olympic Medal Table Widget
Looking for a real time, live widget to track the current total Olympic medal count? The official site of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics has plenty of gold, silver and bronze bling to share with their easy-to-add Medal Table Widget. To add the widget to an existing website or blog, simply copy and paste the HTML below to include a widget on that webpage. Then hit submit or publish, or bring it back to rich text and the Olympic Medal Widget will be displayed. It also updates itself every time the page is opened.
HTML Widget Code
<iframe src =”http://www.vancouver2010.com/widgets/medals-widget/” width=”306″ height=”340″ frameborder=0 scrolling=”no”><p><a href=”http://www.vancouver2010.com/olympic-medals/” title=”Vancouver 2010 Medals”>View the vancouver2010.com medals’ table</a></p></iframe>
View the vancouver2010.com medals’ table
Olympic Schedules and Results
The Vancouver2010.com website has everything to offer in the form of up-to-date stats, current Olympic news, information, Olympic schedules and results and scores.
Shaun White’s Bio
Looking for Shaun White’s bio? How about Scott Lago or Lindsey Vonn? They can all be found at the same Vancouver2010.com site.
Kelly Clark, Gold Medal Winning Snowboarder
Rhode Island has its share of athletes competing in the 2010 Winter Olympics. One to watch during the 2010 Olympic games is Kelly Clark, a Gold Medal winning snowboarder. Originally born in Newport, Rhode Island on July 26, 1983, Kelly’s family moved to Vermont when she was 2 years old. She has been snowboarding since she was 8 years old, and began competing in 1999. Kelly became a member of the US Snowboard team in 2000, and her Olympic Gold Medal win in 2002 made her the first American to win a gold medal in the sport.
For More 2010 Winter Olympic Photos See:
- Bode Miller: Pictures of Olympic gold medal winner’s winning streak
- Canada’s Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Olympic gold medal winners ice dancing
- Evan Lysacek wins gold men’s figure skating, Plushenko wins silver
- Halfpipe Hannah Teter wins silver, Kelly Clark wins bronze medal in women’s snowboard
- Shaun White wins Gold 2010 Olympics Halfpipe with Double McTwist
- Slideshow: Lindsey Vonn makes America proud with Olympic downhill gold medal
- Slideshow Pictures: Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis hands gold medal to Canada’s Ricker
- Slideshow: US Women’s hockey team beats China 12-1: Kelli Stack, Jenny Potter, Meghan Duggan score
- Slideshow: 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, Olympic torch malfunction
Photo: Gold medalist USA’s Shani Davis skates during the men’s 1,000 meter speed skating race at the Richmond Olympic Oval at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)