Figure skating always draws the attention at the Olympics, but this is getting ridiculous. A judging controversy in the pairs set a tone that carried on for two weeks, and throughout the Utah countryside. By the end of the Olympics, almost everyone in every sport was trying to get their own personal injustices overturned. It all left Jim Caple wondering if anyone won at all.
• French skating head: Second gold 'nonsense'
• Caple: Ice War | Ice War II | Isn't it sweet | Cry Zone
• ISU's investigation continues in April | Judge felt pressure
Total Medals by Country
Hovey: Ice, ice, baby
The Delta -- er, Salt Lake Ice Center is the hot spot at the center of the Games. It's about to get hotter.
Keown: Dancin' on the edge
Ice dancing is its own unique spectacle, falling somewhere between a Harlequin romance novel and a Star Trek convention.
Wojnarowski: Tip of the iceberg
Suddenly, the question is out there: Should a reformed IOC turn back the clock, revisit old judging controversies --- like Fratianne and Olympic boxer Roy Jones.
Caple: Cold front still alive
Alexei Yagudin and Evgeni Plushenko are the first Russians to ever take the gold and silver, but there's still no love between them.
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