With all the marvelous and deserved flag waving and back patting that's happened after the Olympics, it occurred to me (after a conversation with my Dad, actually) that there is a story that deserves to be told that hasn't.Norway.In the final medal count, they were fourth with 23, just behind our fair country's 26. But wait, compare some simple demographics:According to Wikipedia, Norway has a population of 4.8 milliion. Whereas Canada's population comes in at roughly 33 million.In fact, Norway was a top five Olympic finisher with a population roughly the same size as we have here in British Columbia. This is remarkable, is it not? That a country that small could achieve so much? Dear world press: please celebrate the achievement of the Norwegians. They might not win at hockey, but boy did they clean up everywhere else.