Can Olympics: Sticks with Fire


2013 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Russia

Hockey sticks are needed to keep the blue flame burning on this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.

Can Olympics: Coke Likes Snowflakes


1988 Coke Winter Olympics Can

“C” is for Coke, Calgary, and Snowflakes?

Can Olympics: Do You Believe in Coke Miracles? YES!


1988 Coke Winter Olympics Can, showcasing 1980 Games

U.S. vs. USSR. Olympic Hockey. The Miracle on Ice. It’s all here on this Coke can celebrating the 1980 Winter Olympics!

Can Olympics: The French Love Cherry Coke


1988 Diet Coke Winter Olympics Can, showcasing 1968 Games

Grenoble is French for “Cherry Coke Olympic Can”!

Can Olympics: ColaBoarding


2010 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Canada

Snowboarding was added to the Olympics in 1998 because people got tired of the Nordic Countries winning so many skiing medals.

Can Olympics: Skiing Over Coke


2010 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Canada

Apparently, they ski in Canada, as denoted on this Coca-Cola can from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Can Olympics: No High Sticking


2002 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Canada

We stop over at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for a look at this Coca-Cola hockey can, produced in Canada.

Can Olympics: Canada Can Count


2002 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Canada

The folks in Canada felt like bragging after the 2002 Winter Olympics, so they printed all their accomplishments on this Coca-Cola can!

Can Olympics: Flaming Figures!


2013 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Russia

It’s a figure skater inside a blue flame. Only in Sochi, I guess. Enjoy this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.

Can Olympics: Flaming Snowboards!


2013 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Baltic States

An abstact-but-cool snowboarder anchors this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.