Best & Worst Olympic Moments

From victory thrills to sad spills, see the most intriguing moments to come out of Turin. By Serena Kappes


If looks could kill, Italian ice dancer Maurizio Margaglio, 31, would be a dead man. When he lost his balance and took Barbara Fusar Poli, 34, down with him, her glare ignited the fiercest staredown in Turin. It wasn't until the next day (bottom) that the ice would melt, thanks to a clean program that landed them in sixth place. "We were angry at ourselves," said Poli. "But between each other, everything is okay."