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Vancouver's weather woes
Jo Gasiorowska on the unpredictable weather affecting the Winter Olympics.
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2010 13:56 GMT



The scenery here may be breathtaking, but for organisers, competitors and fans at the Winter Olympics the weather in Vancouver has been infuriating.

Warm temperatures and rain have thrown the Alpine ski competition, held in Whistler, out by several days.

And it has left the International Olympic Committee facing tough questions over their choice of venue.

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