|What's hot, what's not at the Olympics|
By Jim Wilkie and Dan Shanoff
The Winter Olympics come around just once every four years, and Page 2 wants to tip you off with all the knowledge you'll need to watch every event from curling to skeleton. We wouldn't want you to be unnecessarily embarrassed at the water cooler by talk about clap skates or confused about crazy action at the halfpipe.
So as public service, we present a Hot 'n' Not List for the 2002 Winter Olympics, which begin Friday. Impress your friends, family, co-workers, fellow bar patrons and, of course, significant others by knowing what's in and what's out at Salt Lake City.
Dan Shanoff is a regular contributor to Page 2. Jim Wilkie is an editor for Page 2.