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Tuesday, 26 March, 2002, 14:17 GMT
Curtain falls on 'Protest Games'
The 2002 Winter Olympics come to an end with controversy still raging.
Highs and lows of 2002 Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay hands out his own awards at the end of the Winter Olympics.
Muehlegg's rise and fall
The colourful career of Johann Muehlegg, the man at the centre of the latest Olympic doping scandal.
Medals make music at the Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay savours one of the definite successes of the Olympics - the nightly medal ceremony at Olympic Plaza.
Miller makes a mess of things
Bode Miller's dramatic failure in the men's slalom caps a disappointing week for America's skiers.
A catalogue of controversy
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay reviews a difficult two weeks for Games officials at the Winter Olympics.
IOC promises judging reform
International Olympic Committee Director General Francois Carrard admits there must be judging changes "across many sports".
Russians question their hosts
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay examines the significance of Russia's brinkmanship at the Winter Olympics.
Conversion of the curling kind
It may not be fast and furious, but Britain's latest sporting craze has captivated a host of people - including our man in Utah.
Tearful triumph cheers America
Jim Shea Jr's remarkable skeleton success warms the hearts of Americans watching the Winter Olympics.
Irish lord of the ice
A profile of sliding peer Clifton Wrottesley, who so nearly won Ireland's maiden Winter Olympics medal.
A few brave men
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay salutes four special skiers who survived a cross-country sprint at a snowy Soldier Hollow.
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie
A tribute to the Australian Olympic gold medallists in Salt Lake City.
Close encounters of the Utah kind
Is Salt Lake City hosting more than just the Winter Olympics?
Aussie is last man standing
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay rounds up some gossip from the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
When East met West
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay looks back at the dramatic Olympic ice hockey contest between the USA and Russia.
Salt Lake fated by 'Skategate'
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay reflects on the resolution of the figure skating controversy in Salt Lake City.
Beach boy takes to the slopes
BBC Sport Online tracks down the most unlikely Olympian in Salt Lake City.
Swiss 'Harry Potter' takes flight
Meet ski jumping double gold medallist Simon Ammann - an unlikely Olympic hero.
Tough at the top
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay takes a closer look at the men's ski jumping final - from the top of the K120 hill.
Salt Lake whispers
BBC Sport Online's Alex 'Golden Ears' Gubbay rounds up some gossip from the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
A good air day
A 17,000-crowd witness a feast of Olympic snowboarding at Park City.
Irish skier's lasting impression
An Irishman gets the loudest cheer of the day as he grabs last place in the downhill event at Salt Lake City.
Delays at the downhill
Our man in Utah makes it through a traffic nightmare to savour the action at Snowbasin.
The scale of Salt Lake's Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay explains the sheer scale of the Winter Olympics operation at Salt Lake City.
Games get patriotic welcome
The opening ceremony at the Winter Olympics is greeted in emotional style at the Port 'O' Call bar in downtown Salt Lake City.
Flame completes epic journey
The Olympic torch has arrived in Salt Lake City after a 13,500-mile trek across the United States.
American spirit to light up Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay looks at how post-11 September America is preparing to host a patriotic Winter Olympics.
Tutu spreads Olympic message
Archbishop Desmond Tutu braves the cold in Salt Lake City to promote the Olympic spirit.
Guarding the Games
Security chiefs in Salt Lake City are ready for all potential threats to the Winter Olympics, as BBC Sport Online discovers.
Testing out an Olympic mountain
'Our man in Utah' Alex Gubbay tries out Snowbasin, the scenic venue for the Winter Olympics' downhill races.
Hopes pinned on Olympics
Pace, power and passion are not the only attributes that count at the Olympics. Pin badges are all the rage in Salt Lake City.
Tip-off to ice-off
The home of the Utah Jazz undergoes a transformation ahead of hosting ice sports at the Winter Olympics.
Safe in Mitt's hands
Security and transport are the biggest issues for Winter Games chief Mitt Romney, as BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay discovers.
Peace at the Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay discovers there is more to the Winter Olympics than 'athletic achievement'.
Mayor makes Games pledge
Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson tells BBC Sport Online the hosts intend to stage a Winter Olympics to relish.