Medal breakdown (10 events): Nine medals—Austria (2-2-5); Four—Croatia (3-1-0); France (2-2-0); Norway (2-1-1); Three—Italy (1-1-1); Two—United States (0-2-0) and Sweden (0-1-1); One—Germany (0-0-1) and Switzerland (0-0-1).
Top 10 USA: 9th, Marco Sullivan (1:40.37).
*Raich finished fourth but was awarded the bronze medal on March 21, 2002 after Great Britain's Alain Baxter (1:42.32) was disqualified for testing positive for methamphetamine—a stimulant banned by the IOC but found in over-the-counter decongestants like the one Baxter purportedly took to treat a stuffy nose.
Best USA: 12th, Chip Knight (1:44.86); 14th, Erik Schlopy (1:45.21); 25th, Bode Miller (1:52.79).
Next best USA: 16th, Dane Spencer (2:25.68).
Top 10 USA: 8th, Daron Rahlves (1:22.48); 9th, Thomas Vonn (1:23.22).
Next best USA: 19th, Jakub Fiala (21st, 18th, 3:30.43).
Best USA: 11th, Jonna Mendes (1:40.97); 12th, Kirsten L. Clark (1:41.03); 16th, Picabo Street (1:41.17).
Best USA: 32nd, Lindsey Kildow (2:00.73).
Best USA: 17th, Kristina Koznick (2:34.22).
Best USA: 14th, Kirsten L. Clark (1:15.13).
Top 10 USA: 6th, Lindsey Kildow (4th, 9th, 2:48.05).
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