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Tuesday, 7 January, 2003, 10:49 GMT

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Games end under a cloud
More doping offences overshadow the 2002 Winter Olympics closing ceremony in Salt Lake City.

Baxter hails moral victory
British skier Alain Baxter says he feels vindicated despite losing his Olympic bronze medal.

Warm welcome for Olympic stars
Great Britain's Winter Olympic gold medal heroines return home to a rousing welcome from fans and well-wishers.

BAXTER LOSES BRONZE
Baxter protests innocence
Alain Baxter tells BBC Sport Online he did not deliberately take a performance-enhancing drug.

British skier stripped of bronze
Alain Baxter loses his Olympic slalom medal after a positive drugs test.

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.

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

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

DOPING SCANDAL
Muehlegg in appeal bid
Disgraced cross-country skier Johann Muehlegg lodges an appeal in an attempt to get his Olympic gold medal back.

Drugs test denies Lazutina gold
Russian cross-country skier Larissa Lazutina has her 30km classical win overturned just hours after finishing first.

TEAM GB
Team GB turns attention to Turin
British sports chiefs begin their preparation for the next Winter Olympics - just 24 hours after leaving Salt Lake City.

Golden glory for Britain's curlers
Rhona Martin's curling team thrill a nation, as they win Great Britain's first Winter Olympics gold for 18 years.

FIGURE SKATING
'Skategate' row rumbles on
British skating official Sally Anne Stapleford denies allegations she pressurised under-fire French judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne.

ICE HOCKEY
Canada clinch ice hockey triumph
Canada defeat the United States 5-2 to win their first Olympic men's ice hockey gold medal for 50 years.

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

SPEED SKATING
China scoop gold again
China's most successful Winter Olympian wins her second gold of the Games in the women's 500m short track final.

Koreans lose speed skating appeal
Officials reject an appeal by the South Korean delegation against the disqualification of Olympian Kim Dong-Sung.

BIATHLON
Bjoerndalen takes fourth gold
Norwegian Ole Einar Bjoerndalen becomes only the third athlete to win four medals in one Games after victory in the men's relay.

LUGE
Zoeggeler crushes Hackl dream
Germany's George Hackl misses out on a fourth consecutive Olympic luge gold as Italian Armin Zoeggeler steals the show.

SNOWBOARDING
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.

PARALYMPICS
Kari wins full set
Finland's Tanja Kari completes a clean sweep of the individual cross-country races on the last day of the Winter Paralympics.

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