Vancouver, BC (Sports Network) - The closing ceremony of the Vancouver Olympics on Sunday night ended more than two weeks of competition at a record-setting Games.
The ceremony, which included musical acts and took on a comedic tone at the end, was certainly different than the opening ceremony that began these Games in the same building, BC Place, on Feb. 12.
But while the opening ceremony ended with a gaffe, when one of four legs of the cauldron didn't come out of the floor as designed, the closing festivities went off without a hitch. In fact, the crew remedied the situation, as the fourth leg had emerged. (continue)