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Brisbane teenager Emily Rosemond admitted to being overwhelmed by her first Olympic experience on the Palavela ice on 18 February (Day 8).

Alisa Camplin celebrates her gold medal at Salt Lake 2002

Australia's aerials squad, Alisa Camplin, Jaqui Cooper, Lydia lerodiaconou and Liz Gardner contest qualifying and our two-man bobsleigh team are back in action on Day 9.

Bobsleigh two-man on track

19 February 2006

Two-man bobsleigh pairing Jeremy Rolleston and Shane McKenzie remain on track to achieve Australia's best-ever Olympic result, holding 22nd place after two runs on the Cesana Pariol track.

This time it wasn’t close. The past three Winter Olympics have seen the men’s 4 x 10km cross country relay decided by less than a second, with Norway and Italy...

After watching team-mate AJ Bear endure a long and trying day when the weather closed in on the Super G on Day 8, it's not surprising that alpine skier Brad Wall has one wish for his race, the giant slalom, at Sestriere Colle on 20 February (Day 10) - no fresh snow.

Italian authorities searched the residences of staff members of the Austrian biathlon and cross-country teams early Sunday...

PGS gate training underway

19 February 2006

PGS gate training underway Australia's parallel giant slalom riders had their first day of official gate training on the race hill today (Sunday 19 February, Day 9).

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is considering an application from the Australian Olympic Committee to disqualify the Brazilian four-man bobsleigh team.

Finland, USA and Great Britain have qualified for the semi finals boosting their chances of winning a first Olympic men’s curling medal.

The ladies Super-G race has been postponed a day because of poor weather at San Sicario Fraiteve. The race will now be held at 12.00 on 20 February (Day 10).