Various - Salt Lake 2002 Official Music Of The Games album FLAC
Fragile, as performed by Sting, Yo Yo Ma, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony on the Salt Lake 2002 Official Music of the Games album.
Light Up the Land: Commemorative Music of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Salt Lake 2002 is the official video game of the XIX Olympic Winter Games, hosted by Salt Lake City, Utah, United States in 2002. Developed by Attention to Detail and published by Eidos Interactive (DC Studios/Ubi Soft for the Game Boy Advance version), it was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance.
Olympic video games are a subgenre of sport video games officially licensed by the International Olympic Committee. These games have more than one event and/or several sports, and have an Olympic theme. This is in contrast to multi-sport games such as Wii Sports which are not classified as Olympic video games. No genres other than sports video games have been attempted with the Olympic license.
The 2002 Winter Olympics medal table is a list of National Olympic Committees ranked by the number of medals won during the 2002 Winter Olympics, held in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States from February 8 to February 24, 2002. A total of 2,399 athletes from 77 countries (+5 from 1998 Olympics) participated in these Games, competing in 78 events (+10 from 1998) in 15 sports and disciplines (+1 from 1998).
Salt Lake 2002: An Official Book of the Olympic Winter Games. THE FIRE WITHIN - Salt Lake City 2002. Salt Lake Olympi. ardcover.
A realistic sports game about the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Each player can take part in them and demonstrate their skills in six winter disciplines. The official licensed video game of the Olympic Winter Games, Salt Lake 2002TM combines six actual events, authentic Olympic environments and competitive multi-player modes with fluid real-time animation and TV-style camera presentation creating an ultra-realistic and challenging sports gaming experience. Features: The only official licensed video game of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Salt Lake 2002 is the official video game of the XIX Olympic Winter Games, hosted by Salt Lake City, United States in 2002. Developed by ATD and published by Eidos (DC Studios In. UbiSoft for the Game Boy Advance version), it was released for the PC, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance. Following the success of Sydney 2000, Eidos trusted the Olympic license once again to ATD. The game uses the same graphic style and presentation of the previous game, only with more details.
It's a dream come true for Salt Lake City - the Olympics are on their way. Relive the excitement of the winning bid announcement.
The official licensed video game of the Olympic Winter Games, Salt Lake 2002 combines six actual events, authentic Olympic environments and competitive multi-player modes with fluid real-time animation and TV-style camera presentation creating an ultra-realistic and challenging sports gaming experience.
|1||–LeAnn Rimes||Light The Fire Within||4:46|
|2||–Sting, Yo-Yo Ma, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Utah Symphony Orchestra||Fragile||4:20|
|3||–Utah Symphony Orchestra||Bugler's Dream||0:49|
|4||–Utah Symphony Orchestra||Tradition Of The Games||3:01|
|6||–Robbie Robertson||Stomp Dance||4:48|
|7||–Aretha Franklin||Carry The Flame||4:50|
|8||–Costis Palamis*||Olympic Hymn||2:05|
|9||–Michael Kamen||The Fire Within||9:48|
|10||–Pierre Foldes||Olympic Medals Overture||5:56|
|11||–Utah Symphony Orchestra||Gathering Place||3:22|
|12||–Utah Symphony Orchestra||Land Of Enchantment||6:36|
|13||–Utah Symphony Orchestra||Rendezvous||5:23|
|14||–Harry Connick, Jr.||Somewhere Over The Rainbow||4:15|