Figure skater Joanne Carter will harness the inspiration of Olympic champion Evgeni Plushenko for her short program...
Australia’s aerialists will have to wait until Day 11 to launch their Olympic campaigns, after heavy snow falls forced the postponement of the qualifying round.
Australia will have two major interests in action on 20 February (Day 10), with Bradley Wall contesting the giant slalom in alpine skiing and the women’s two-man...
Jeremy Rolleston and Shane McKenzie have equalled Australia’s best-ever two-man bobsleigh result at an Olympic Games, finishing 22nd.
Dutch star Marianne Timmer, who departed the ice in tears after a 500m false start disqualification, captured the women's speed skating 1,000m gold medal
Jindabyne’s Bradley Wall wasn’t on his own when he crashed early on the first run of the men’s giant slalom at Sestriere Colle – 34 of the 82 competitors failed to finish.
Austria’s Michaela Dorfmeister has taken double gold at Torino 2006, backing up after her victory in the downhill to win the women’s super-G at San Sicario Fraiteve.
Finland continued to be the surprise team in ice hockey, as it won for the fourth time in four games, shutting out Canada 2-0.
Switzerland though they had pulled off its biggest win in ice hockey in beating the Czech Republic. It took them only 48 hours to top that. The Swiss blanked reigning champions Canada 2-0 to add to their incredible run in Torino.
Croatia’s Janica Kostelic skied an outstanding run in the downhill component to win gold in the ladies’ combined downhill at San Sicario Fraiteve.