Update: Brunolympian Kellar ’97 wins another gold

UPDATE: Kellar and the Canadians won the gold medal contest 2–0, bringing her total haul to three gold and one silver. Original post below.

We’ve already brought you news of Dow Travers ’12 representing the Cayman Islands in the giant slalom.

Becky Kellar ’97 is at the Olympics too, on the ice as a member of Canada’s gold medal hockey team. Kellar, who played hockey and softball as a Bear, will compete today for her third gold medal — against the Americans, as is usually the case. Feeling torn?

Tune back in to BlogDailyHerald after the 3:30 game for more.


Brunolympian Kellar ’97 tries for more gold today

That's her in the back. Sorry, it's the only photo we could find. Dean Rutz / MCT

We’ve already brought you news of Dow Travers ’12 representing the Cayman Islands in the giant slalom.

Becky Kellar ’97 is at the Olympics too, on the ice as a member of Canada’s gold medal hockey team. Kellar, who played hockey and softball as a Bear, will compete today for her third gold medal — against the Americans, as is usually the case. Feeling torn?

Tune back in to BlogDailyHerald after the 3:30 game for more.


Dow Travers ’12 beats Bode Miller! (technically)

Dow Travers ’12 placed 69th out of the 81 skiers in men’s giant slalom, among that were able to complete the course. His finish placed him ahead of American super-skier Bode Miller, who was disqualified when he did not finish the first run. Travers’ total time was 3:02:89, finishing 25:06 after gold medal winner Carlo Janka of Switzerland. The silver medal went to Kjetil Jansrud of Norway and the bronze went to Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway. In his first run, Travers, with a time of 1:29:39, placed 75th out of the 89 skiiers that completed the course.

Travers is competing as the lone member of the Cayman Islands team, whose flag he is pictured carrying here.