COC says Canadian athletes ignoring reports about Games glitches

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VANCOUVER - Canadian Olympic officials say Canadian athletes aren't bothered by media talk of the Glitch Games.
Canadian Olympic Committee CEO Chris Rudge says Canadian athletes were given tips on "distraction management" before the Games.
Rudge says the more than 200 Canadian athletes are focused on their events and aren't paying attention to reports of bad weather, equipment glitches, bad ice and ticketing snafus that have beset the Games.
Rudge says competitors are more concerned about things such as poor food, which affects them directly.
He says the food was terrible at the 2006 Games in Turin, Italy, but the Vancouver menu for competitors is great.

Organizations: Olympic Committee

Geographic location: VANCOUVER, Turin, Italy

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