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Photo Galleries Sunday, 24 February, 2002, 21:03 GMT
Who won the TV highlights vote?
The votes have been counted, so now we can reveal the result of BBC Sport's online vote to find the top 10 television moments of the Salt Lake City Games.

Thousands were cast from countries across the world, though with the bulk of the nominations coming from the UK, perhaps there was only ever going to be one winner...

Rhona Martin's British women's curling team in action during their gold medal win
British gold: Rhona Martin's women's curling team proved to be the top choice by some distance

Australian Steven Bradbury skates to gold in the last-man-standing 1,000m final
Aussie rules: Steven Bradbury's last-man-standing speedskating gold was a popular contender

Venezuelan 40-year-old Iginia Boccalandro, who crashed out in the women's luge
Steady on old girl: Venezuelan 40-year-old Iginia Boccalandro took a huge tumble in the women's luge

Canadian skating duo Jamie Sale and David Pelletier in action during the pairs final
Deserved winners: Canadian skating duo Jamie Sale and David Pelletier eventually shared the gold medal

Britain's Alain Baxter on his way to the bronze medal in the men's slalom final
Brilliant Baxter: Britain's Alain Baxter made a late run for the top with his slalom bronze medal heroics

Aussie aerials star Alisa Camplin and Britain's skeleton bronze medallist Alex Coomber
Ups and downs: Aussie aerials star Alissa Camplin leapt to six, while Britain's Alex Coomber lay low at seven

Belarus caused a sensation by beating mighty Sweden in the ice hockey quarter-finals
Shock on ice: Minnows Belarus caused a sensation by beating mighty Sweden in the ice hockey

Freestyle specialist Ales Valenta and Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen
Super skiers: Freestyle specialist Ales Valenta (left) jumped for joy and Ole Einar Bjoerndalen got four biathlon golds

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