Toward the end of last year, Google pushed out a bunch of excellent 3D models for the upcoming Vancouver Olympics, covering 8 of the 9 venues. They’ve now updated many of those models with higher-resolution imagery and they also added the ninth venue (the Bobsled Course).
With this update, they have include a total of 54 buildings across all nine venues. You can view them in the Google 3D Warehouse, or simply fly out there (Bobsled KML) to see them in Google Earth (make sure to have the “3D Buildings” layer checked).
For another way to view the venues, Soren Johannessen has built a tour of the venues using the Google Earth Plug-in, which you can view here.
Also in the past few days, Google has added 3D buildings to Cincinnati, Ohio. These buildings come from a variety of sources; some are user-generated, some are Google-generated, and some gray buildings were submitted via the Cities in 3D Program. All in all, it makes for a great 3D city to fly through!