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Day 2: February 7, 1998


Storm Puts Downhill on Ice
Heavy snow on Mount Karamatsu forced officials to reschedule the men's downhill.
(AP)

Alpine Skiing Section | Story


The Day's Headlines
American Leads Moguls Event
Jonny Moseley leads qualifying in moguls.

Freestyle Skiing
Story


Russian Wins First Gold Medal
Cross-country skier collects first gold.

Nordic Skiing Section
Story


Canadian Wins First Gold on Board
Ross Rebagliati fights through a fog for gold.

SnowboardingSection
Story


Columns
Another Sad Performance
Jennifer Frey awaits a skating confrontation.

Column

For Openers, Eyes Were Closed
Telecast marred by glitches, insipid interviews.
Story

Medalists
Cross Country
Women's 15K
Gold: Olga Danilova, Russia
Silver: Larissa Lazutina, Russia
Bronze: Anita Moen-Guidon, Norway
 Story
 Results

Snowboarding
Men's Giant Slalom
Gold: Ross Rebagliati, Canada
Silver: Thomas Prugger, Italy
Bronze: Ueli Kestenholz, Switzerland
 Story
 Results


Quote of the Day
"I wasn't sure I would be able to do it with all the pressure and different situations. It's one thing on the World Cup, but the Olympics are a different story."

U.S. freestyle skier Jonny Moseley on his first-place standing after qualifying in the moguls

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