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Kurt Browning looks forward to Lillehammer

They stand among Canada's great sporting heroes, immortalized by world championships, shattered records and even stamps. Yet their overstuffed trophy cabinets contain no Olympic medal. We look back at some remarkable Olympians and the reasons they fell short of the most coveted honour in amateur sport.

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The skating star has one more chance at Olympic glory.
Medium: Television
Program: CBC Sports
Broadcast Date: Jan. 25, 1993
Guest(s): Kurt Browning
Host: Brian Williams
Duration: 3:17

Last updated: August 16, 2013

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