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Vancouver & Whistler, BC
— Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver Torch Relay - Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, Canada

2010 Winter Olympics
February 12-28, 2010
The 2010 Winter Olympic Games
took place in Vancouver, BC
on February 12-
28, 2010.

2010 Winter Games Medal Count
(G = Gold, S = Silver, B = Bronze)

Country G S B Total
United States 9 15 13 37
Germany 10 13 7 30
Canada 14 7 5 26
Norway 9 8 6 23
Austria 4 6 6 16
         

Click here to see a full listing of 2010 Winter Games Medal Count by Country

Congrats Canada on your 3-2 overtime victory over the U.S. to win the Gold — that was some Hockey Game!



2010 Winter Olympic Tickets
— Olympic Event Tickets

Tickets cost between $174-$1,050 for the Opening Ceremonies at BC Place Stadium. The original race ticket estimates were between $93-$500 for the Top Final Races. More than 100,000 tickets were available for $25 — and half of all game tickets were priced at $100 or less.

The Opening Ceremonies
The Opening Ceremonies took place at 6pm on February 12, 2010 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver. The 2010 Games will be the first — Winter or Summer — to have an Opening Ceremony held indoors. This is the most popular Olympic event — if you were planning to go, you needed to buy tickets way in advance.

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Fun Things To Do
The 2010 Winter Olympics was held in Vancouver and nearby Whistler.

Whistler hosted most of the alpine (downhill skiing), nordic (cross-country skiing), biathlon, and sliding events (bobsled, luge and skeleton). The rest of the events were held in metro Vancouver. Big air ski and all snowboarding events were hosted at Cypress Mountain, which is located just north of Vancouver.

Plan a trip to see the Olympic Games and explore these FUN destinations.

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The 2010 Winter Games was the third time that Canada had hosted the Olympic Games:

  • 1976 Summer Olympics
  • 1988 Winter Olympics
  • 2010 Winter Olympics
    in Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia

Vancouver Torch Relay - Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, Canada

Vancouver Pacific Coliseum Ice Rick for Olympics 2010

Nightly Vancouver Victory Ceremonies
Nightly Victory Ceremonies took place 12 nights only (February 14-26) inside Vancouver's BC Place during the Olympic Games. Attendees and viewers enjoyed top name entertainment (12 headliners will perform for one night each) and celebrated with the world's best winter athletes as they received their medals in figure-skating, speed-skating, snowboarding, freestyle skiing... and the newest Olympic event, ski cross.

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Vancouver Convention Center for the Olympics 2010 Winter Games


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2010 Winter Olympics
(Feb 12-28, 2009)
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The 2010 Winter Paralympics

The 2010 Winter Paralympics (March 12-21) will also be held in Canada, Vancouver and nearby Whistler.

Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, 2010 Paralympic Games, Torch Relays and Ticket Info

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Upcoming and Past Summer Olympic Games

London 2012
Summer Olympics

Beijing 2008
Summer Olympics


Past Olympic Winter Games

2006 — Torino, Italy
2002 — Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 — Nagano, Japan
1994 — Lillehammer, Norway
1992 — Albertville, France
1988 — Calgary, Alberta
1984 — Sarajevo, Bosnia
1980 — Lake Placid, New York
1972 — Sapporo, Japan
1968 — Grenoble, France
1964 — Innsbruck, Austria
1960 — Squaw Valley, California
1956 — Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
1952 — Oslo, Norway
1948 — St. Moritz, Switzerland
1944 — Games cancelled WWII
1940 — Games cancelled WWII
1936 — Bavaria, Germany
1932 — Lake Placid, New York
1928 — St. Moritz, Switzerland
1924 — Chamonix, France


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