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Tuesday, 7 January, 2003, 10:49 GMT
Who won the TV highlights vote?
We reveal the results of BBC Sport's online vote to find the top 10 television moments of the Salt Lake City Games.
BBC's complete coverage
Find out about the BBC's coverage of the 2002 Winter Olympics - on TV, Radio, Online and Ceefax.
The Winter Olympics goes interactive
For the first time ever the BBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics is interactive - follow our user guide.
BBC Sport Online at the Olympics
Reporters Anna Thompson and Alex Gubbay are at the Games to bring you all the excitement and reaction from Salt Lake City.
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Sue asks the right questions
BBC presenter Sue Barker explains how she aims to keep the attention of viewers at the Winter Olympics.
Games still give Steve a buzz
Frontman Steve Rider is covering his fifth Winter Games for the BBC - and loves every minute of it.
Clare Balding is thrilled to be covering the Winter Olympics and is looking forward to the variety of sports on show.
Bob Ballard will cover the ice hockey tournament at Salt Lake City - a prospect he is looking forward to.
BBC Sport's Sue Barker first covered the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer in 1994.
BBC Sport's Graham Bell is one of Britain's most successful ever skiers, and participated in the Winter Olympics five times.
Martin Bell is a four-time Olympian and British champion with a wealth of experience in alpine skiing.
BBC Sport's Steve Cram reveals his passion for skiing and a desire to try his hand at bobsleigh.
BBC Sport's Robin Cousins is a three-times World Free Skating champion, and an Olympic and European gold medallist.
BBC Sport's Barry Davies is looking forward to "a cracking ice hockey tournament".
Paul Dickenson is an experienced and versatile broadcaster, who has competed for Great Britain at the Olympics.
Dougie Donnelly is one of BBC Sport's leading presenters - he has worked on prestigious events such as Euro '96 and the 1998 Olympic Games.
Ian Felton is an expert in the field of snowboarding and joins the BBC team for the first time in Salt Lake.
A profile of the man who has long been a familiar face - and voice - on BBC TV and radio.
BBC Sport's Kirsty Hay is a former world junior curling champion and double European silver medallist.
BBC Sport's Hazel Irvine is the regular presenter of Ski Sunday and has previously covered two Winter Olympics' in 1994 and 1998.
BBC Sport's Steve Rider is the main presenter of Grandstand, as has covered both the Summer and Winter Olympics.
Jayne Torvill was one half of Britain's most successful ice dance partnership. She won Olympic gold in 1984 and four world titles.
Fancy your chances?
Presenters go snowboarding - see how they do
What was the best TV moment of the Games?
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