Day 15 and another 4 medals for Canada, 2 Gold, a Silver and a Bronze

By Office Space TorontoIn standard27th February, 2010

Canada’s Olympians may not have owned the podium, but they are now leading in terms of most Gold Medals at the Vancouver Olympic Games.

Canada’s men’s short track speed skating team finally ended their medal drought, they secured two Gold Medals and a Bronze Medal to put Canada third in the medal race and first in terms of most Gold Medals.

Charles Hamelin picked up the men’s short track Gold Medal, finishing first in the 500 metre skate. His teammate François-Louis Tremblay earned the Bronze Medal in the same 500 metre event.

Then less than an hour later in the men’s 5000 metre relay . Charles Hamelin and François-Louis Tremblay along with teammates François Hamelin, Olivier Jean and Guillaume Bastille, again reached for the top of the podium, winning the Gold Medal in the men’s 5000 metre relay.

Canada’s women’s curling team took a very close Silver Medal against the Swedish women. It took an extra end to decide the winner. Throughout the competition the Canadian women trounced their competition.

With the Canada 1 men’s bobsled in second place after the first day and Canada’s men’s hockey team advancing to the Gold Medal game against team USA, there are still chances for Canada to win more medals at these Vancouver Olympic Games.

While the own the podium campaign and funding did not live up to its full expectations, it really has helped Canadian athletes to get more Gold Medals than any other team at these Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. This is similar to the Gold Medal effort that the Telsec support staff gives their clients every day. Other office space Toronto locations claim to offer Toronto serviced offices, but do not deliver on the quality of service that the professional staff at Telsec continually give to their Toronto office space for rent client’s.