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Tuesday, 26 August, 2003, 10:38 GMT 11:38 UK
Baxter hails moral victory
British skier Alain Baxter says he feels vindicated despite losing his Olympic bronze medal.
Aamodt clinches super-G title
Norway's Kjetil-Andre Aamodt wins his second gold of the Games, adding the super-G to the combined title.
Kostelic claims record third gold
Janica Kostelic of Croatia becomes the Winter Olympics' most successful alpine skier by winning the giant slalom.
Strobl strikes gold in downhill
Austria's Fritz Strobl wins the Olympic men's downhill gold after a thrilling run at Snowbasin.
Montillet takes gold
France's Carole Montillet wins gold in the women's blue riband Alpine event at the Winter Olympics - the downhill.
Eberharter wins his first gold
Austria's Stephan Eberharter claims his first Olympic title with a dominant performance in the men's giant slalom.
BAXTER LOSES BRONZE
Baxter protests innocence
Alain Baxter tells BBC Sport Online he did not deliberately take a performance-enhancing drug.
Ski chiefs' funding fears
British ski bosses tell BBC Sport Online of their concerns over future funding.
British skier stripped of bronze
Alain Baxter loses his Olympic slalom medal after a positive drugs test.
Schwaiger calls for change
Alain Baxter's coach says the the International Olympic Committee should review its drug-testing procedures.
Baxter: How I blew Olympic glory
Alain Baxter tells how confusion over a sinus inhaler led to a failed drug test and his disqualification from the Olympics.
Bell criticises Baxter decision
Former British skier Graham Bell says the IOC's decision to strip Alain Baxter of his Olympic bronze medal is wrong.
British skier Alain Baxter tells BBC Sport Online about the shock of failing a drugs test, losing an Olympic medal and his plans for the future.
Highs and lows of the Highlander
A profile of British skier Alain Baxter, who is appealing against losing his Olympic bronxe medal.
Baxter's hometown rallies round
Scottish skier Alain Baxter finds people from his hometown rallying round behind him after he was stripped of his Olympic medal.
Methamphetamine: What is it?
BBC News Online looks at the substance at the centre of Olympic medallist Alain Baxter's failed drug test.
British skier fails drugs test
Olympic skiing bronze medallist Alain Baxter fails a drugs test at Salt Lake City - but he insists he is innocent.
Baxter grabs bronze for Britain
Alain Baxter wins Britain's first ever Olympic alpine skiing medal with a shock third place in the slalom.
OTHER ALPINE SKIING NEWS
France notch 1-2 in men's slalom
Jean-Pierre Vidal takes gold ahead of compatriot Sebastien Amiez in the men's slalom with Britain's Alain Baxter landing a shock bronze.
Miller makes a mess of things
Bode Miller's dramatic failure in the men's slalom caps a disappointing week for America's skiers.
Confidence counts for Kostelic
BBC Sport's skiing expert Martin Bell explains how alpine skier Janica Kostelic's record success was due to confidence.
Eberharter secures gold in nick of time
BBC Sport's Martin Bell says Austria's Stephan Eberharter will be a relieved man after finally grabbing an Olympic gold.
Kostelic clinches ski double
Croat Janica Kostelic win's the women's slalom for her second gold of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Ceccarelli claims shock gold
Italy's Daniela Ceccarelli upsets the form book by taking the women's super-G title.
Kostelic is the comeback queen
BBC Sport's Martin Bell looks back at the women's slalom where Croat Janica Kostelic picked up her second gold of the Games.
Learner and legend take titles
BBC Sport's Martin Bell reflects on both super-G competitions and yet another unexpected alpine skiing gold at the Games.
Kostelic takes combined title
Janica Kostelic wins the combined event and claims Croatia's first-ever skiing medal at the Winter Olympics.
Aamodt on another level
Kjetil Andre Aamodt writes himelf into the record books by becoming the only Alpine skier to have won seven Olympic medals.
Kostelic's downhill surprise
BBC Sport's skiing expert Martin Bell commends Janica Kostelic's downhill display to win the women's combined.
Aamodt wins combined title
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt upstages his younger rivals to take the Olympic men's combined gold.
Sensational return for Kostelic
Croatia's Janica Kostelic has bounced back from numerous knee injuries to claim a record alpine medal at Salt Lake City.
Street hangs up her skis
Picabo Street announces her retirement from competitive skiing having finished 16th in the women's Olympic downhill.
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