Turin 2006: Swiss Olympic Medals Bruno Kernen took bronze in the men's downhill. (Keystone) Keystone Martina Schild's silver in the women's downhill event was totally unexpected. (Keystone) Keystone Stéphane Lambiel gave a silver medal winning performance in ice skating (Keystone) Keystone Tanja Frieden snatched victory from the American Lindsey Jacobellis in the women's snowboard cross. (Keystone) Keystone Repeating his success at Salt Lake City in 2002, Gregor Stähli took a second bronze in the skeleton event. (Keystone) Keystone Ambrosi Hofmann on the way to a bronze medal in the Super-G. (Keystone) Keystone With a speed of 130 km/h, Maya Pedersen-Bieri raced to a gold medal in the women's skeleton. (Keystone) Keystone Martin Annen and Beat Hefti took bronze in the two-man bob. (Keystone) Keystone The Schoch brothers can hardly believe it: Philipp (r.) wins gold, while Simon takes silver. (Keystone) Keystone Daniela Meuli realises a dream, winning gold in the snowboard giant slalom. (Keystone) Keystone Evelyne Leu gave it her all, to win gold in the women's freestyle skiing event. (Keystone) Keystone In an exciting final, the Swiss curling team were narrowly beaten by the Swedes. (Keystone) Keystone The four-man bob team clinches the last Swiss medal of the games. (Keystone) Keystone You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Swiss federal elections 2023 It's time to decide who sits in the Swiss parliament by casting your vote in the federal elections on October 22. Here's our election guide.