Author Archive for Paul St.pierre

USA Women’s Hockey Wins Gold

Yesterday, in a moment that will go down as one of the greatest in the history of the Olympics the United States Women’s hockey team defeated Canada in a thrilling shootout to win the Gold medal. This was an amazing moment to be able to witness in person with everyone in attendance on the edge their seats throughout the third…

IOC Legend: Dick Pound

Yesterday, we were given the chance to meet with one of the most prestigious and knowledgeable people behind the Olympic movement. Dick Pound has had a large influence on many main parts of the Olympic games over the last 40 years. Mr.Pound’s many accomplishments include serving as the first president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) where he was instrumental…

Keeping the Olympic Air fresh

During one of my recent shifts at the Olympic Curling Center in the Olympic park I stumbled across an odd machine right inside the the venue overlooking the curling ice. At first I could not figure out what this strange machine was or why it was in an Olympic venue taking up walking space for spectators. However, I soon discover…

Olympic Stadium Eats

During my shift at the Curling venue yesterday, I decided to take a look at the concession options inside and around the Olympic sports venues. What I found was an interesting array of options for fans. The venue offered 3 food stand options which were Western food, K-food, and Grilled and fried food. The western food option is made up…