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Topix: Pope John Paul II seems to throw a balloon towards a young boy during a children's festival at the Olympic IceStadium, in Innsbruck, Austria, June 27, 1988. About 18,000 youngsters attended the party with the Pope, who was on the last day of his five-day...
Public Technologies: The first ever Crankworx Innsbruck is in the books, and what a show it was. The Polygon-UR Team scored gold, silver and bronze: Tracey Hannah won the downhill race with a comfortable 6 seconds gap, while her brother Mick finished...
Conway Daily Sun: PINKHAM NOTCH — The largest kids' Nordic ski festival in the United States, The NewEnglandBill KochLeagueFestival, will be hosted by Great Glen Trails Outdoor center during the weekend of March 5-6. The New England Bill Koch League Festival, also...
Public Technologies: Olympic.org picks out six of the most memorable moments from the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Opening Ceremonies Floating the idea! The first-ever Youth Olympic Games in 2010 kicked off with a spectacular Opening Ceremony that was held on a floating stage in...
Public Technologies: Nils 'Dubbel-Nisse' Nilsson, one of Sweden's greatest international players, died today in hospital in Sweden after a brief illness. He was 81. Nilsson was inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2002 in honour of a career that included two gold medals, two...