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Whistler 2010 Winter Olympics

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On July 2nd, 2003, when the International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver as the host city of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, an incredible honor and responsibility was also bestowed upon Whistler. Along with Vancouver, Whistler Blackcomb and the community of Whistler became an official Olympic venue.

The resort of Whistler was in fact born on an Olympic dream. Franz Wilhelmsen, the man who opened Whistler for skiing in the 1960's, did so in the hopes of hosting the Games here. In the following years, some Whistlerites have been a part of the Games as athletes, spectators and organizers. Now, everyone in Whistler will have the unique chance to participate in this once in a lifetime opportunity.

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games will be staged in Vancouver and Whistler from February 12 to 28, 2010.

The 2010 Paralympic Winter Games will be staged in Whistler from March 12 to 21, 2010.


The 2010 Olympic Winter Games events in Vancouver include curling, figure skating, ice hockey and short track speed skating. Speed skating will take place in Richmond. Cypress Mountain in the District of West Vancouver is the site of the snowboard and freestyle skiing events. Ceremonies will be held in the 55,000-seat BC Place Stadium in Vancouver's city centre.



The 2010 Olympic Winter Games alpine and nordic skiing (cross country, biathlon, nordic combined), ski jumping, sliding events (bobsleigh, luge, skeleton) and all the Paralympic Games events (alpine and nordic skiing, ice sledge hockey and wheelchair curling) will take place in the Whistler region.