David Burnett

Photojournalist-founder, Contact Press Images

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Photojournalist and founder of Contact Press Images, a New York photo agency, he has covered the Olympics since 1984 for Time, Life and People magazines

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Canadians might be welcoming spring weather in British Columbia in the middle of winter, except that the  2010 Olympic Games  open in Vancouver tonight -- and you need snow for that. …

Going for the Gold: Winter Olympics Kick Off Tonight

Canadians might be welcoming spring weather in British Columbia in the middle of winter, except that the 2010 Olympic Games open in Vancouver tonight -- and you need snow for that. …

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