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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!
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Salt Lake 2002 Biathlon men 10km | Video

    Salt Lake 2002 Biathlon men 10km

    At the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, Ole Einar Bjoerndalen was determined to be in his best shape for the biathlon. Seeking out meaningful practice, he entered the 30km cross-country skiing race and came close to a medal, finishing sixth. Bjoerndalen won gold medals in every biathlon race at Salt Lake City, four in all. Prior to 2002, no biathlete had ever earned more than two gold medals at a single Olympic Winter Games.
  • Salt Lake 2002 Ice Hockey Men Final | Video

    Salt Lake 2002 Ice Hockey Men Final

    Any team performing under the tutelage of the greatest ice hockey player the game has ever known understands that the pressure is on to win gold. Such was the prospect facing the Canada ice hockey team at the 2002 Winter Olympics at Salt Lake City with Wayne Gretzky, or the Great One as he was affectionately known, their executive director. In the final they met host nation USA...
  • Salt Lake 2002 Ski Jumping men K90/120 individual | Video

    Salt Lake 2002 Ski Jumping men K90/120 individual

    Despite never having won a World Cup event, Simon Amman claimed gold at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games. Competing in the K90, he produced two superb jumps to win a close contest by just one-and-a-half points. Four days later, Ammann proved to the world that his victory was no fluke. Now competing in the K120, he achieved the best jump in each round to win his second gold by more than 11 points.
  • Janica Kostelic: Four medals in Salt Lake | Video

    Janica Kostelic: Four medals in Salt Lake

    A few months before the Salt Lake Winter Olympics got under way, Croatian skier Janica Kostelic was recovering from surgery on her knee and her chances of even participating looked mighty slim. But by the end of February 2002 Kostelic had carved herself into the record books. She was to become the first woman to win four alpine skiing medals at the same Games, and her three golds were also an unprecedented achievement in the sport.
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