Canada's Sidney Crosby (No. 87) celebrates with Scott Niedermayer (No. 27) after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime against the U.S. in Sunday's gold-medal game. Canada won 3-2. ((Chris O'Meara/Associated Press))

After 17 days, the Vancouver Winter Olympics came to an end on Sunday, but not before providing sports fans with a slew of memorable moments.

Canadian athletes reached stunning heights at the Games — from moguls skier Alexandre Bilodeau becoming the first Canadian to capture Olympic gold on home soil and figure skater Joannie Rochette's heroic bronze-medal performance, to Kevin Martin topping the curling world and Sidney Crosby's dramatic overtime winner to lift the men's hockey team to victory on the final day of the Olympics.

There were also plenty of other highlights, including hockey legend Wayne Gretzky lighting the cauldron at the opening ceremony, Canadians mingling with sports fans from all around the world in Vancouver and the incomparable Neil Young performing Long May You Run at the closing ceremonies.

We want to know: What's your favourite memory from the Vancouver Olympics?

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