Preventing national bias from affecting judges’ scores at the Olympics is a challenge, writes Carl Bialik in his Wall Street Journal blog, “The Numbers Guy.” The blog’s analysis of methods designed to prevent bias among judges includes in
Using an economic formula developed by researchers at the Tuck School of Business, Emily Williams, Tuck ’12, has predicted that Britain will win as many as 62 medals at the upcoming London Olympics, rep
Among Dartmouth’s notable former summer Olympians are Dominic Seiterle ’98, who won a gold medal rowing for Canada at the 2008 Games in Beijing; Adam Nelson ’97, who won the silver medal in shot put at the 2000 and 2004 Games
Dong Seon Kim ’12 has set a new record as the highest finish for the Republic of Korea in Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) Grand Prix dressage competition, which is dominated by Europeans and Americans, reports the Korea JoongAng Daily
Nine athletes from Dartmouth excelled on the international stage at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. They competed for four countries in four sports—alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, and women's hockey.
For his blazing run in the men's super-G in the 2010 Winter Olympics, Andrew Weibrecht ’09 earned a bronze medal and a spot on the podium alongside U.S. Ski Team member Bode Miller and Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal.