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Tuesday, 7 January, 2003, 10:49 GMT

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Curtain falls on 'Protest Games'
The 2002 Winter Olympics come to an end with controversy still raging.

Britain delivers at Olympics
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson in Salt Lake City reflects on British success at the 2002 Winter Games.

Highs and lows of 2002 Games
BBC Sport Online's Alex Gubbay hands out his own awards at the end of the Winter Olympics.

GB chief demands more funds
British Olympic chief Simon Clegg tells BBC Sport Online he wants the Government to increase grants to Winter Olympians.

OUR MAN IN UTAH
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.

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.

Irish lord of the ice
A profile of sliding peer Clifton Wrottesley, who so nearly won Ireland's maiden Winter Olympics medal.

Tearful triumph cheers America
Jim Shea Jr's remarkable skeleton success warms the hearts of Americans watching the Winter Olympics.

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?

OUR WOMAN WITH TEAM GB
Baxter bathes in slalom success
Great Britain's Alain Baxter reflects on his 'amazing' slalom bronze medal run at the Winter Olympics.

Team GB hails Baxter
Team-mates applaud Alain Baxter's effort after he wins Britain's first Olympic alpine ski medal.

Keeping curlers cool and calm
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson talks mind games with British curling's secret weapon - sport psychologist Peter Clarke.

Martin's near miss
Great Britain curling skip Rhona Martin tells BBC Sport Online that she almost missed the Winter Olympics because of illness.

Britain's golden moment
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson savours the electric atmosphere that greeted Great Britain's triumph at the Ogden Ice Sheet.

Land of hope and glory
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson praises the amazing turnaround in Britain's Winter Olympic fortunes.

Coomber buoyed by family circle
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson talks to British bronze medallist Alex Coomber and her supportive family.

Baxter awaits slalom mission
Britain's top skier Alain Baxter will race in Saturday's slalom race but will miss the giant slalom, following his injury.

There's no place like home
BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson discovers that Team GB's alpine skiers are enjoying life based away from the Olympic Village.

The luck of the Brits
Olympic athletes are known to be superstitious and Team GB are no different, reports BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson.

SALT LAKE CITY FOCUS
The economics of the Olympic Games
Two Harvard economists crunch data from the past five decades of the games - and produce a mix of the obvious and the startling.

Guide to Salt Lake City
BBC Sport Online offers a quick guide to the venue of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City.

A different ski game
Skiing at Salt Lake City is a totally new experience for those used to the pistes and runs of the Alps.

Snow business in Utah
The ski resorts around Salt Lake City are said to boast some of the best powder snow in the world.

Skiers spoilt for choice
A review of Salt Lake City's finest ski resorts in a region that is hard to beat when it comes to snow.

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