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Olympic Games: hope, fury, despair…

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The Olympic Games in Vancouver are over. For two weeks fans watched the competitions, looking forward to their results. But the Olympics are not limited to seconds and scores. They are always accompanied by emotions – fury, hope and exaltation.

The Olympic Games in Vancouver are over. For two weeks fans watched the competitions, looking forward to their results. But the Olympics are not limited to seconds and scores. They are always accompanied by emotions – fury, hope and exaltation.

© RIA Novosti . Vladimir Baranov / Go to the photo bankMen can also weep. This is what happened with Chinese figure skater Jian Tong after he won the silver medal in figure skating with his partner Qing Pang. They were fourth in the short program but flawless in the free skate.
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Men can also weep. This is what happened with Chinese figure skater Jian Tong after he won the silver medal in figure skating with his partner Qing Pang. They were fourth in the short program but flawless in the free skate.
© RIA Novosti . Vladimir BaranovMen who play hockey do not weep, as a popular Russian song goes. They get very upset, like the Russian hockey players did after losing the quarter-final match to Canadians.
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Men who play hockey do not weep, as a popular Russian song goes. They get very upset, like the Russian hockey players did after losing the quarter-final match to Canadians.
© RIA Novosti . Vladimir Baranov / Go to the photo bankHockey without fighting is impossible, especially when it comes to getting into the semi-final.
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Hockey without fighting is impossible, especially when it comes to getting into the semi-final.
© RIA Novosti . Vladimir Baranov / Go to the photo bankRussian speed skater Ivan Skobrev kissing the ice after winning the silver and bronze medals at the Winter Games in Vancouver.
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Russian speed skater Ivan Skobrev kissing the ice after winning the silver and bronze medals at the Winter Games in Vancouver.
© RIA Novosti . Ilia Pytalev / Go to the photo bankOlga Zaitseva kissed her skies after finishing the mass start race. Her rifle also deserved a kiss on that day – she missed only once.
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Olga Zaitseva kissed her skies after finishing the mass start race. Her rifle also deserved a kiss on that day – she missed only once.
© AFP Vancouver / Go to the photo bankChroatia’s Ivica Kostelic, a silver medalist in slalom, kissing the camera.
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Chroatia’s Ivica Kostelic, a silver medalist in slalom, kissing the camera.
© AFP Vancouver / Go to the photo bankMarit Bjoergen of Norway giving vent to emotions after winning the sprint in ski racing. It’s OK to shout when you’re standing on the top step of the podium.
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Marit Bjoergen of Norway giving vent to emotions after winning the sprint in ski racing. It’s OK to shout when you’re standing on the top step of the podium.
© AFP Vancouver / Go to the photo bankGermany’s lugers Patric Leitner, left, and Alexander Resch did not hide their emotions after their bronze finish, either.
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Germany’s lugers Patric Leitner, left, and Alexander Resch did not hide their emotions after their bronze finish, either.
© RIA Novosti . Ilia Pytalev / Go to the photo bankAfter finishing the first stage in the 4x6 km relay race, biathlete Svetlana Sleptsova, foreground, had no strength for emotions. At that time she did not know yet that her team would go on to win the gold medal in this competition.
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After finishing the first stage in the 4x6 km relay race, biathlete Svetlana Sleptsova, foreground, had no strength for emotions. At that time she did not know yet that her team would go on to win the gold medal in this competition.
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