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  • Relive Salt Lake City 2002 | Video

    Relive Salt Lake City 2002

    The 2002 Olympic Winter Games took place in Salt Lake City in the USA. See here the highlights from the Opening Ceremony!
  • Re-live Salt Lake City 2002! | Video

    Re-live Salt Lake City 2002!

    The Games proved golden for more countries than ever before and saw the expansion of the Olympic programme to 78 events, including the return of skeleton and the introduction of women's bobsleigh. Athletes from a record 18 National Olympic Committees earned gold medals, including first-ever golds for China and Australia. Watch the best moments in our highlight video!
  • Ammann Ski Jumping Sweeps Salt Lake City 2002 | Video

    Ammann Ski Jumping Sweeps Salt Lake City 2002

    "Flying Harry potter" Simon Ammann had never won a World Cup event but left the Salt Lake Winter Games in 2002 as a double Olympic champion.
  • Plushenko upgrades to gold in Turin | Video

    Plushenko upgrades to gold in Turin

    Russian skater Evgeni Plushenko betters his silver medal in Salt Lake City 2002 with a convincing win in the Olympic Games Turin 2006.
  • Pavel Bure's Olympic History | Video

    Pavel Bure's Olympic History

    In Nanago 1998, Pavel Bure becomes the leading scorer in the tournament with 9 goals, leading the Russian team to the silver medal. Four years later, Bure helps the Russian team to a third place finish, Russia receives the bronze medal at the Salt Lake City 2002 Games with a 7-2 victory over Belarus. Pavel Bure (RUS) - Ice Hockey - Nanago 1998, Salt Lake City 2002
  • Norway Claims 1st Curling Gold | Video

    Norway Claims 1st Curling Gold

    At the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympics, Pal Trulsen leads Norway to a surprising victory over Canada. In a very tight finish, the Norwegian team triumphs 6-5 over team Canada, earning the first curling medal for their country. The Canadians claim their second consecutive silver medal. Switzerland earns the bronze in an earlier match. Curling Men's Medal Ceremony - Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics - NOR, CAN, SUI
  • Malysz - One of the Most Sucessful Ski Jumpers of the World | Video

    Malysz - One of the Most Sucessful Ski Jumpers of the World

    Adam Malysz is considered one of the most successful ski jumpers of the world, he started collecting Olympic medals since Salt Lake City 2002, where he received a bronze and silver in individual normal and large hill respectively. Eight years later, he went on to win 2 more medals, silver in both individual normal and large hill in Vancouver 2010, bringing his total to four Olympic medals. Adam Malysz (POL) - Ski Jumping - Salt Lake City 2002, Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010
  • Georg Hackl Captures the Luge Silver Medal | Video

    Georg Hackl Captures the Luge Silver Medal

    In Salt Lake City 2002, Armin Zoggeler claims gold in a combined time of 2:57.941 and Georg Hackl settles for silver, finishing just 0.329 seconds after the winning time. Georg Hackl, one of the greatest Lugers of all time, has participated in 5 different editions of the Winter Games. He went on to win three gold and two silver medals during his Olympic career. Luge Singles Men's Final - Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics - Armin Zoggeler (ITA), Georg Hackl (GER), Markus Prock (AUT)
  • The Olympic History of Kristina Groves | Video

    The Olympic History of Kristina Groves

    Kristina Groves made her Olympic debut in Salt Lake City 2002, but it was until Turin in 2006 when she started her impressive Olympic medal collection. Kristina captured silver in the 1500m and silver in the team pursuit, where she and her teammates set a new Olympic record in their 1st race against USA. She went on to win 2 more medals in Vancouver 2010, silver again in the 1500m and bronze in the 3000m. Kristina Groves (CAN) - Speed Skating - Salt Lake City 2002, Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010
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