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Friday, 1 October, 2004, 13:24 GMT 14:24 UK


Lange leads Germany to bobsleigh gold
Germany add gold in the four-man bobsleigh event to their two-man triumph earlier in the Games.

US women grab first bobsleigh gold
American underdogs Jill Bakken and Vonetta Flowers hold off Germany to win the first women's bobsleigh title at the Olympics.

Prince in bobsleigh crash
Prince Albert of Monaco's hopes in his fifth consecutive Winter Olympics are dashed by a dramatic crash in the four-man bobsleigh.

British sled hit by stone
Great Britain's four-man bobsleigh team repeat their second run after a stone is thrown at driver Lee Johnston.

GB women happy with debut
British bobsleigher Michelle Coy talks to BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson about the inaugural women's Olympic bobsleigh.

The girl who would do anything for gold
Meet 'Mean Jean' Racine, the American bobsledder who put Olympic success before friendship.

Germany take two-man title
Christoph Langen and Markus Zimmerman clinch the two-man bob title in a dramatic conclusion to the competition.

GB sledders delighted
The two-man British bobsleigh teams talk about their admirable performances at the Winter Olympics.

Jovanovic ban extended
American bobsledder Pavle Jovanovic is ruled out of the Olympics after his appeal against a drugs ban results in a stiffer penalty.

Johnston driving for glory
British Olympic bobsledder Lee Johnston says to win a medal would be amazing at what will be his second Games.

Bobsleigh chief attacks IOC
Bobsleigh chief Bob Storey hits back at suggestions from the IOC that they rigged a drug hearing.

Sledders ready for Games
Britain eyes Olympic glory with a bobsleigh squad which includes a rugby star's cousin and a Commonwealth Games gold medallist.

Latvian wins ban appeal
Bobsledder Sandis Prusis can compete in the Winter Olympics despite failing a drugs test.

Tragedy sours Davies' bid
British bobsledder Jackie Davies will compete at the Winter Olympics despite the sudden death of her father, reveals BBC Sport Online.

Gautier's Olympics surprise
British bobsledder and heptathlete Nicola Gautier tells BBC Sport Online of her shock at being selected for the Salt Lake City Games.

Hays medal bid rocked
Todd Hays will seek to end the United States' 46-year Olympic bobsleigh medal drought at the Salt Lake City Games.

Bobbing along at high speed
BBC Sport Online speaks to the British bobsleighers as the women make Olympic history.

A great Games for Adam
GB bobsledder Marcus Adam tells BBC Sport Online he enjoyed the Winter Olympics as much as the Summer Games.

Goodbye Calgary, hello Salt Lake
Britain's bobsleigh man Marcus Adam gives his latest insider's insight after arriving in Salt Lake City.

Fine tuning for Adam and Co
Britain's bobsleigh man Marcus Adam gives his latest insider's insight as the pressure mounts in Salt Lake City.

Adam's rollercoaster fear
Britain's Marcus Adam is set for a 90mph Olympic bobsleigh run - but tells BBC Sport Online he is scared of rollercoaster rides.

Ex-sprinter makes bobsleigh team
Former Commonwealth Games gold medallist Marcus Adam is in the 10-man GB bobsleigh squad for the Winter Olympics.

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