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If Northern Colorado Had the Games, the Top Five Sports Would Be…

The Summer Games don't occur until 2016, but watching sports on the Altitude Network over the weekend made me think that if Northern Colorado had our own games every two years, what sports would fit the area perfectly?

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Lindsey Vonn Announces That She Will Not Be In the Olympics in Sochi

With the Winter Olympics coming up in Sochi, we have learned that famous skier Lindsey Vonn will not be participating.

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2012 U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Win Olympic Gold: Lady Gaga + More Congratulate Team

The 2012 U.S. women’s gymnastics team nabbed the gold at the Olympics, defeating Russia, who took the silver. Go girls! The U.S. women’s gymnasts have not won the gold medal since 1996, so it’s been a while. Perhaps that’s why so many pop stars were quick to issue tweets offering their hearty congratulations to the ladies for their big win!

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Colorado’s Missy Franklin Wins Gold in the 100 Meter Backstroke

Congratulations to Colorado's Olympian, Missy Franklin. The 16-year-old from Centennial has won another medal in the 100-meter backstroke Monday.

How fast was Missy?

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Colorado’s Olympian Swimmer Missy Franklin Makes Fun Appearance in ‘Call Me Maybe’ Parody Video

The 2012 Olympic Swimming Team doesn't have much time for anything right now but focusing on their performance, but they did take time out to make a fun parody video to the tune of Carly Ray Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." Colorado's own Missy Franklin, a 16-year-old from Centennial appears in the video along with other swimmers.

Watch below and enjoy.

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Pole Dancing
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Pole Dancing As An Olympic Sport?

There is a very serious movement out there to make pole dancing an Olympic sport, with the 2012 London Olympics being targeted as a "test event."

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