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London Games

Even before the Games began, it seemed Bell and Rogers decided to stick with selling cellphones and they aren't interested in the next Olympics (which have gone to CBC). Now, the viewing numbers are excellent of course. But they're no more than a rather dubious measurement of eyes in front of TV sets, computers and various gadgets. They're not indications of satisfaction. Or dissatisfaction. For the record though, here are some things in CTV's evening prime time coverage that certainly could have been done better...
Two-time diving silver medallist Alex Despatie finished 11th Tuesday in the men's three-metre springboard, the final Olympic
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Canada's Brent Hayden posted the fifth fastest time in the 100-metre freestyle heats Tuesday at the London Olympics. The
Canada will have fierce competition in the pool. With perennial powerhouses the United States, Australia and China duking
Rowing has always been one of Canada's best Olympic disciplines. At the Beijing Olympics, Canada's Olympic rowers nabbed
Trampolinist Karen Cockburn will be looking for a fourth medal at the London Olympics. A podium finish at the London Games
Canada's Equestrian team will be looking to improve on its Beijing performance this summer. It's not going to be easy. The
One of Canada's most experienced divers and a multiple medalist, Emilie Heymans will be contending for a fourth medal at
At this point in her career, Clara Hughes has nothing left to prove. The Canadian cyclist and speedskater is one of this