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Tuesday, 7 January, 2003, 10:54 GMT
Schoch the surprise winner
Rank outsider Philipp Schoch wins the men's giant parallel slalom, beating Richard Richardsson in the final.
Blanc wins French tussle
Isabelle Blanc of France sees off compatriot Karine Ruby to take gold in the women's parallel giant slalom.
US power to snowboard glory
Ross Powers takes gold in the men's snowboard half-pipe event as the US team rack up an Olympic clean sweep.
Clark seals gold for US
Snowboarder Kelly Clark grabs the USA's first gold medal of the Winter Games with her win in the half-pipe event.
A good air day
A 17,000-crowd witness a feast of Olympic snowboarding at Park City.
McKenna's recipe for relaxing
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna will "switch off" from the Olympics before returning to cheer on the family.
Jacquet qualifies in top spot
Switzerland's Gilles Jacquet finishes first in the qualification for the men's parallel giant slalom final.
Kirchgasser in pole
Maria Kirchgasser leads the women's parallel giant slalom after qualifying, but will face a strong French challenge in the final.
Lift-off for boarding
Women's snowboarding has made great strides, reports BBC Sport Online's Anna Thompson in Salt Lake City.
French flavour hits snowboarding
Nicolas Huet and Karine Ruby will be leading the charge for medals in the newest Olympic sport.
Boarder skirmish in Japan
Snowboarding, long seen as the black sheep of the Alpine family, made its debut in Nagano and soon got into hot water.
Under the board talk
Do you know your backside handplant from your flat bottom? If not, then read BBC Sport Online's guide to snowboard speak.
The other Maier
Alexander Maier has been left to fly the family flag following Hermann's withdrawal through injury.
Britain has two top female snowboarders - but only one place at the Games which has gone to Lesley McKenna.
Crossing the divide
Former skier John Clark is masterminding Britain's bid for medals in snowboarding and is confident of success.
Snowboarders find many unconventional ways to keep fit ahead of the Winter Olympics.
McKenna 'gutted' by failure
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna reveals her disappointment at failing to reach the finals of the half-pipe.
McKenna ready to groove
British snowboarder Lesley McKenna reveals what music she has chosen for her runs and her attempt to get a bagpiper.
McKenna takes the test
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna tells BBC Sport Online about testing out the half-pipe at Park City.
Training McKenna style
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna tells BBC Sport Online about her typical day on the half-pipe.
Preparing for the real pipe
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna tells BBC Sport Online explains why the real training does not begin until next week.
Snowed under at Salt Lake City
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna tells BBC Sport Online about her sneaky peak at the Olympic half-pipe.
McKenna's Olympic setback
British Olympic snowboarder Lesley McKenna tells BBC Sport Online about picking up an injury ahead of flying out to America.
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