Apolo Anton Ohno skates men's 500m final at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics
Apolo Anton Ohno of the United States reacts after being disqualified from in the men's 500 meter short track speed skating for a foul in the final at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada on February 26, 2010. UPI/Brian Kersey
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Charles Hamelin brought Canada two Olympic gold medals Friday in the final burst of activity in the always hectic sport of short-track skating.
Charles Hamelin of Canada won the Olympic gold medal Friday in the 500-meter short-track speed-skating race.
South Korea came out on top Saturday in the newest rivalry in the Winter Olympics, South Korean vs. the United States in short-track speed skating.
Americans Apolo Anton Ohno and Hannah Kearney led a crowd of Olympic veterans to performances that were generally unsurprising Saturday at the Vancouver Games.
Apolo Anton Ohno tied the record for most Winter Olympic medals won by an American Saturday thanks to a late-race collision involving two South Koreans.
American Apolo Anton Ohno bested his South Korean rival in a final individual Olympic showdown Saturday night by winning the short-track 500-meter sprint.
Apolo Anton Ohno of the United States won the Olympic gold medal Saturday night in the men's 500-meter short-track skating race.
South Koreans dominated the two Olympic short-track finals Saturday night and Hyun-Soon Ahn gained some more revenge on American Apolo Anton Ohno.
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