SAM Magazine-Los Angeles, May 24, 2010-The 2010 Olympics in Vancouver produced and Universal Sports is taking a unique look at many of the heroes, highlights and human stories from the 2010 Olympics in "Visions of Vancouver," a documentary premiering on Universal Sports network on Monday, May 24, at 7 p.m. ET. The show will feature Olympic medalists Lindsey Vonn, Shaun White, Jeret 'Speedy' Peterson, Bode Miller and Billy Demong.
The two-hour original production will be narrated by Matt Lauer, host of NBC's 'Today' show.

"Visions of Vancouver" will highlight Vonn's journey to reach her one unattained career goal, a gold medal; Miller's unbelievable return to the Games, in which he won three medals; an epic race to the finish that marked Demong as the first U.S. athlete to earn a gold medal in Nordic combined; Peterson's "Hurricane" aerial performance that led to the silver medal; and White's extraordinary McTwist double cork 12 to garner back-to-back Olympic gold medals.

Other segments recount Apolo Ohno's quest to become the most decorated Winter Olympian in U.S. history, Canadian freestyle skier Alexandre Bilodeau's victory, earning him the first gold medal ever won by a Canadian on home soil, and-because this is the Olympics we're talking about-the love story of Chinese pairs figure skating gold medalists Shen Xue and Zhao Hongbo.