Watch the 2010 Olympics Closing Ceremony online here, with live-feed, live-stream video from Vancouver! Plus get a sneak preview of the show.
Itâ€™s been a wild ride this time around at the Winter Games for the athletes and their countrymen. The thrill of victory has been sweet, and the agony of defeat bitterâ€”just the way we like it.
As usual, there has been a handful of scandalsâ€”most notably the medal kissing incident seen â€˜round the world involving Scotty Lago. And more recently, the DQ of American Apolo Anton Ohno for apparently causing a crash in the 500 meters speed skating competition.
But far outshining the negative incidents have been the triumphant moments that viewers tune in by the millions for. All of that pride and effort will be the focus of the Sunday nightâ€™s broadcast.
Is your TV broken? Cable out? Or are you stuck at work? Youâ€™re in luck, because you can watch the 2010 Olympics closing ceremony online here, with live-feed, live-stream video from Vancouver.
It all begins at 8:00PM EST on Sunday February 28th.
Although the ceremony is a celebration of sorts, one team wonâ€™t be there to participate. After Chile suffered an 8.8 magnitude earthquake late last week, it is expected that the coaches and athletes wonâ€™t be in attendance. Sadly, not all of the athletes have been able to reach their loved ones, and have made plans to travel home this weekend.
So what can we expect at this yearâ€™s finale? Well, as usual, the committee is keeping things tightly under wraps, but there are a few details out there.
Organizing chief John Furlong indicated that it may include a humorous slight at Canada itself:
â€œâ€¦We will probably poke a bit of fun at ourselves. You will probably come away from the ceremonies knowing a bit more about us than you did if you’re not from Canada.”
You have to love people who can laugh at themselves!
Sit back, relax and watch the 2010 Olympics closing ceremony online here, with live-feed, live-stream video from Vancouver below.