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Frenchman Vincent Defrasne has taken gold in the men’s 12.5km biathlon pursuit in a thrilling finish at Cesana San Sicario.

Germany’s Kati Wilhelm has become the first female biathlete to win three Olympic gold medals.

In difficult conditions at Sestriere Borgata, alpine skier AJ Bear put down a good run in the Super G only to have it cancelled by officials due to bad weather...

Senegal’s sole Winter Olympian in Torino, Leyti Seck, is yet to visit the West African nation he represents in his 24-years of life...

The Italian men’s team have pulled off another upset at the Pinerolo Palaghiaccio on 17 February (Day 7). In front of hundreds of cheering fans they drew the...

Swiss stun Czechs

17 February 2006

Switzerland caused the big upset on day 2 of the men’s ice hockey tournament, bouncing back from an opening day loss to stop the Czech Republic 3-2.

Competing at her first Olympic Games, 32-year-old Emily Thomas takes on a class field in the qualifying round of the ladies snowboard cross at Bardonecchia.

Joanne Carter is planning an all out attack on the Olympic Village ice-cream containers after she completes her Free Skating program...

Australia’s two athletes in action on day seven of the Torino Games, Emily Thomas and Shaun Boyle aim to perform as well as their team-mates did in snowboard cross and skeleton on day six.

Steele slides to history

17 February 2006
Michelle Steele on her way to 13th place in the skeleton at the Torino Olympics.

Australian Michelle Steele, Australia's first skeleton Winter Olympian finished 13th at Cesana Pariol. Steele clocked a combined time of 2:03.09 over her two runs.