Allvoices Contest for Reporting on the 2010 Winter Olympics!

Allvoices Contest for Reporting on the 2010 Winter Olympics!

San Francisco : CA : USA | Feb 12, 2010 at 5:09 PM PST
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2010 Winter Olympics Rachel Flatt Figure Skater

Allvoices announces the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Reporting Contest for Olympic enthusiasts. As with all incentive programs, we want our community to report their news and opinion (not ours). Allvoices is uncensored and real news!

The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Reporting Contest rewards the top three Allvoices contributors who achieve the most page views for an individual 2010 Winter Olympics news story submitted on Allvoices that does not violate copyright or Allvoices Terms of Use. In the spirit of the competition, the Gold "medal" winner earns $500, Silver earns $250, and $100 for Bronze.

We invite our reporters to:

  • Profile the Olympic athletes you've watched
  • Submit New Stories on the inspiring, emotional or crazy moments you see
  • Discuss Winter Olympic sports that you've played or follow
  • Report on who wins or loses, why and how it played out on the Int'l stage
  • Explain what events seem the most popular
  • Recall historical Olympic moments

Allvoices is the leader in citizen reporting. The Olympics brings the world together through sports. Allvoices brings the world together by giving everyone a voice and encouraging perspectives and discussion from local to global.

We are highlighting our Olympic news stories. The contest runs from February 12th through February 28th. Winners will be announced and prizes will be awarded within 30 days of the closing ceremonies.

Start reporting and let the games begin!

The Allvoices Team

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German National Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach
German National Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach adresses a press conference at the German House in Vancouver on February 10. Bach, seen as a front-runner to replace Olympics chief Jacques Rogge, was Friday re-elected as a vice-president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
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News Stories

  • Olympic Super-combined Alpine Ski Race Postponed

      Voice of America
    The women had been scheduled to race on Sunday, but the event must be postponed if the skiers do not complete at least one full training run prior to the race.  A new date for the event has not yet been announced. Officials say heavy overnight rain...
  • Olympics - Minor protests on Vancouver's opening day

      Chicago Tribune
    Police played a cat and mouse game with a small group of protesters attempting to disrupt the final leg of the torch relay leading to the Vancouver Winter Olympics opening ceremony on Friday. The anti-poverty and anti-globalisation protesters forced...
  • Figuring Some Points from this Winter Olympics
    Whether it’s the time it takes someone to traverse a course, the points earned by figure skaters for their performances or the number of goals scored in a hockey game. The tallies at the Olympic Games are prodigious and include individual marks, new...
  • PM wishes luck to UK team in Vancouver

      The Scotsman
    Minister Gordon Brown sent a good-luck message to Britain's team at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.. He said: "The country is tremendously proud of your achievements – and of a team that can boast world champions and a host of outstanding...
  • Winter Olympics open on somber note

      United Press International
    The world's best athletes who compete on ice and snow gathered Friday for the official opening of the 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia. For the first time in either the Summer or Winter Games, the tradition-bound opening ceremony...
  • Olympics: Vancouver Olympics open under a cloud after fatal luge accident

      Kyodo News
    The opening ceremony of the Vancouver Olympics got underway Friday but it was overshadowed by the death of a Georgian luger, who was killed in a horrific training accident just hours before the start of the 21st Winter Games.      The somber mood at...







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