Zali Steggall skis to bronzeZali Steggall of Australia placed third in the womens slalom at Shiga Kogen during the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.
Kirstie Marshall - freestyle in NaganoKirstie Marshall of Australia competes in the freestyle aerials at Iizuna Kogen during the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan.
Carter free skatingJoanne Carter of Australia performs her routine in the free skate at White Ring Arena during the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan.
Joanne Carter - NaganoJoanne Carter of the Australia competes in the women's short program at White Ring Arena during the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan.
Bronze for AustraliaDeborah Compagnoni wins the silver medal, Hilde Gerg of Germany wins the gold medal and Zali Steggall of Australia wins the bronze medal in the womens slalom at Shiga Kogen during the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.
Best of Nagano 1998Australia, for the second successive Games, appeared on the medal table, with skier Zali Steggall wining a bronze in women’s slalom.
Steggall celebratesHilde Gerg of Germany is congratulated by Zali Steggall of Australia in the women's slalom at Shiga Kogen during the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. Gerg won the gold medal and Steggall won the bronze.
Jacqui CooperJacqui Cooper will compete at her fifth Olympic Games in Vancouver. The aerial skiier holds the record for the most number of individual World Cup wins, with 24.
Steggall on winning a bronzeZali Steggall talks about winning Australia's first women's Olympic Winter Medal at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games.
Golden NuggetsThis is a series which features Australian gold medal winners in the summer Olympic Games from Athens in 1896 through to the Beijing Games in 2008. The series was written and narrated by veteran Olympic broadcaster, Norman May.