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Steven Bradbury was lucky to have qualified for the final in Salt Lake City but what happened on the final lap of the short-track 1,000m no one could have predicted.
Well off the pace of any of his opponents, the Australian's tactic was to stay at the back in the hope that two or more would fall meaning he would get a medal.
Hermann Maier (alpine skier, Nagano 1998): One of the nastiest wipe-outs ever recorded on an Olympic slope, Maier's spectacular crash at the Nagano games defied belief.
The Austrian tried to turn left on an icy bend during the downhill but when his skis failed to catch the snow he flew off the course at 70mph.
(Watch You Tube) Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean (figure skating, Sarajevo 1984): It was Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean's performance to Maurice Ravel's Bolero at the 1984 Games that not only won them the gold medal but also saw them become the first figure skaters of all time to score 12 perfect sixes.Incidentally all four athletes crashed and Bradbury crossed the line for gold.Victory meant he became the first person from any southern hemisphere country to win a Winter Olympic event.The victors - Russian duo Anton Sikharulidze and Elena Berezhnaya - had made glaring mistakes and a game of foul play soon came to light.French judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne admitted she had accepted a bribe to vote for Russia and was suspended.