Outside Park City:
"The Gateway Grill in Kamas, about 15 miles from Park City. We're talking four-star phenom-enal food at completely reasonable prices in this little tiny town."

MORE INFO.COM The Web offers plenty of sources for Winter Olympics information and materials. A few of the best:
www.saltlake2002.com
www.utahbookstore.com
www.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/olympics/2002

FROM ONE OLYMPIAN TO ANOTHER
"Advice to first-time Olympians? Live every moment of the Olympics. It's a big, crazy, magical celebration and you won't get it back." - Cathy Turner, two-time gold medalist, short track speed skating

PULLING G's
Women's bobsled is making its Olympic debut. TV will attempt to bring you the adrenal thrills. But when you're racing down a frozen track at 80 miles per hour and pulling four G's, nothing beats the hot seat.

"The most awesome ride you could ever imagine," says one competitor.

"Picture re-entering the Earth's atmosphere from space. Just electric!"

THE RIGHT STUFF
"I don't think it's hard for people to relate to Olympic dreams. As kids, everyone thinks of one little moment where they can be on top, whether it's hitting a home run in the bottom of the ninth or stepping up onto the gold medal po-dium. When I was 12, winning a gold medal was just this big, huge goal that was so far away. Finally I'm going to be able to compete on this great world stage with the top athletes of my time for that ultimate goal. I want to show the world how great my country is, and be able to stand behind that." - Rusty Smith, short track speed skater

THE RIGHT STUFF, Part II