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  • Re-live Turin 2006! | Video

    Re-live Turin 2006!

    Watch the best moments from the Olympic Games 2006 in Turin!
  • Women's downhill - Turin 2006 | Video

    Women's downhill - Turin 2006

    An incredible downhill race by the new Olympic champion, Michaela Dorfmeister (Austria).
  • Men's slalom - Turin 2006 | Video

    Men's slalom - Turin 2006

    Benjamin Raich (Austria), double Olympic champion in slalom and giant slalom
  • Women's Luge Single - Turin 2006 | Video

    Women's Luge Single - Turin 2006

    Germany celebrates a 1-2-3 in the women's singles luge, with Sylke Otto, Silke Kraushaar and Tatjana Huefner.
  • Women's Snowboard Cross - Turin 2006 | Video

    Women's Snowboard Cross - Turin 2006

    Switzerland's Tanja Frieden leads the snowboard cross. Lindsey Jacobellis (USA) and Dominique Maltais (Canada) get the 2nd and 3rd place.
  • Slalom géant masculin - Turin 2006 | Video

    Slalom géant masculin - Turin 2006

    Relive the race by Benjamin Raich (Austria), Joël Chenal (France) and Hermann Maier (Austria) in the giant slalom
  • Giorgio Di Centa Claims 2nd Gold of Turin 2006 | Video

    Giorgio Di Centa Claims 2nd Gold of Turin 2006

    In 2:06:11.8, Italian Giorgio Di Centa receives the 50km Olympic title, claiming his 2nd gold medal of Turin 2006. To the delight of the home crowd, Di Centa captures the 1st individual cross country skiing gold for his country in 38 years. Eugeni Dementiev finishes just .8 seconds after the winning time, claiming silver. Mikhail Botwinov wins bronze. Cross Country Skiing 50km Men's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - Giorgio Di Centa (ITA), Eugeni Dementiev (RUS), Mikhail Botwinov (AUT)
  • Turin 2006 Snowboard men Giant parallel slalom | Video

    Turin 2006 Snowboard men Giant parallel slalom

    The decision in the Snowboard Men's Giant Parallel Slalom at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin was a family matter: Philipp Schoch faced his brother Simon Schoch on the slope of the course in Bardonecchia. The start proved decisive in determining who would win gold.
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