Austria takes team Nordic combined gold
Austria’s strong performance in the 4 x 15km cross country phase secured them victory in the team Nordic combined event at Pragelato Plan.
Canada’s curlers claw their way to victory
Canada, Italy, Great Britain, Norway and Finland posted victories on Day 5 of the men's curling competition at Pinerolo.
Smigun wins her second gold
Kristina Smigun of Estonia has won her second gold for the Torino Games easily winning the ladies’ 10 kilometre classical cross country event on Day 6...
Austrian brothers win double luge gold
Austrian brothers Andreas and Wolfgang Linger won gold in the men’s double luge on Day 5 of the Torino Games at Cesana Pariol.
Hasek injury, US tie headline action
An injury to Czech Republic goaltender Dominic Hasek overshadowed the results on the first day of the men’s ice hockey.
Canada under pressure to win: Gretzky
Canadian ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky says his team is under pressure to repeat its gold medal performance of Salt Lake City.
Brazilian bobsledder fails drug test
A Brazilian bobsledder is to be sent home from the Torino Games after testing positive to the banned steroid Nandrolone back in January.
Begg-Smith carries medal hope
Australia’s strongest medal hope, Dale Begg-Smith carries the World number one ranking into the moguls competition at Sauze d’Oulx.
Campbell-Pegg breaks 50-second barrier
Hannah Campbell-Pegg finished 23rd in the women’s luge, breaking the 50-second barrier in all four runs of the competition at Cesana Pariol.
Dramatic finish to alpine skiing combined
American Ted Ligety clinches gold in alpine skiing combined but teammate Bode Miller disqualified.
Aussies march into Port Moresby
2015 Pacific Games
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Australia and Greece are the only two countries to have competed in every edition of the Modern Olympic Games.