This Day in Sports History
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1928 – Canada wins the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Represented by the team from the University of Toronto, beat their three opponents 38-0 on their way to the gold.
1994 – US speed skater Bonnie Blair wins her fourth career gold medal with a win in the 500 meter race.
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