The 2010 Winter Olympics began tonight with an incredible opening ceremony.  The Games unfortunately begin on a very sad note, with the death of Georgean Luger, Nodar Kumaritashvili.  Kumaritashvili was involved in a horrific accident in a training run on the luge track. It was nice that he was mentioned in the opening ceremony address tonight.  May he be in all our prayers…

LASIK for the Gold athletes, vying for 13 metals, swing right into action tomorrow.  We will be cheering on Katherine Reutter in the Short track 500 m race.  She is in heat 1 and wearing number 157.

We will also be anxiously watching Chad Hedrick in his bid for glory in the Speedskating 5000 m.  He is in heat 14 vs Bokko Havard of Norway.  Chad will be wearing number 233.

Go LASIK for the Gold, and GO USA!!

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