Hey, check it out, something else is awry with the weather in Vancouver! Clutch those pearls!â†µ
For the third time in the first four days of the 2010 Winter Olympics, an Alpine skiing event was canceled at Whistler Mountain due to weather conditions. Tuesday's men's super combined, a race in which Americans Bode Miller and Ted Ligety were expected to contend for a medal, was called off because of heavy snow at the top of Whistler.
Good grief, right? And yes, to review, that's after snow was trucked in, events were rained out, and ice-related delays proved Olympic organizing types can't even get the weather right indoors.
The men's super combined races have been tentatively pushed to Friday; check the schedule a little closer to go-time to find out whether it'll actually take place.