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Confused Coach Costs Dutch Skater Olympic Gold

At some point in life, all of us will put our trust in someone who fails us. It is inevitable in team sports, in family life, in business. Still it hurts.

In the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, it happened to the Netherlands' superstar skater Sven Kramer. In the Olympic finals for the 10,000 meter race, he skated the 25 times around the rink so well that he set an Olympic record time ...

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