I have added a “LIVE” Torino 2006 Medal Tracker in the sidebar of this blog … The medal count will automatically be updated throughout the 2006 Winter Olympics! If you don’t believe me, you can double check the statistics at the official site
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By the way .. are you following the Torino 2006 Olympics? You can check out these fine websites …
Official Torino 2006 Site – http://www.torino2006.org/
CBC Olympics Site – http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/
NBC Olympics Site – http://www.nbcolympics.com/
TSN Olympics Site – http://www.tsn.ca/olympics/
I’m also blogging about the Olympics on these sites …
Curling Blog – http://CurlingBlog.com
Curling Blog’s Team Gushue – http://CurlingBlog.com/gushue/
Curling Blog’s Team Kleibrink – http://CurlingBlog.com/kleibrink/
Light The Torch – http://LightTheTorch.net
The curling blogs are my own sport blogs, part of the HART-Empire Network. I am trying to cover mostly the curling side of the Olympics … (yes it is a sport!) .. plus following news about Team Canada’s Curling skips Brad Gushue and team, and Shannon Kleibrink and team. If you want to leave a personal message for our Team Canada Curling Teams, I have set-up a guestbook-type comment area on the individual blogs (click above links)
Light The Torch blog is a b5media initiative … I’m mostly covering the curling action, but as a Canadian .. I am trying to provide as much support to our Canadian Olympic Athletes and promote our Canadians over there in Torino 2006! So, I have been posting my 2 cents here and there 🙂
According to their blog, b5media plans to donate all proceeds generated from the blog (which is currently monetized by adsense) .. to Athletic Organizations … a worthy cause (Hopefully some Canadian athlete organizations will get some too) – check them out!
Just a few short updates on our Olympics blog, Light the Torch:
1. Weâ€™ve decided to give all ad income from this blog to athletic organizations, to support the athletes. Weâ€™re hoping to generate 5000$ in donations for them over the course of the games.
2. We are opening the site up as a true community endeavor.
3. We have invited a variety of other networks to participate as well.
So if you want to write about the games, please feel free to register at the site and weâ€™ll get you all setup. Donâ€™t forget to put in your country (â€Extended Profileâ€ under â€œUsersâ€) and a link to your site (as it will go in every post you write).
Go Canada Go!