Vancouver's worst dressed list

The Winter Olympics have brought glitz, glamour and plenty of fashion disasters. We count down the worst outfits in Vancouver.


10-Presumably German figure skaters Robin Szolkowy and Aliona Savchenko were warned: "Don't wear that, you'll look like clowns." Savchenko's tear may not actually be painted on.


9-Ski jumper Andreas Kofler pairs a salmon pink helmet with a yellow plastic poncho. Let's hope he took that thing off before jumping.


8-Kevin van der Perren was 12th in the figure skating short program. He's clearly better suited to the skeleton.


7-Do not adjust your monitor. French snowboarder Mathieu Crepel's moustache really is painted on. In 2014 he's going to get a string of onions and a beret done.


6-Two words for Tomas Verner's get-up: Hello. Sailor.


5-Magdalena Neuner adds an elaborate bobble hat to her nuclear fallout suit as she collects biathlon gold. Call it 'meltdown chic'.


4-This is US ice hockey goalie Jonathan Quick's helmet. Presumably he is hoping opponents will aim for the back of his head, not the back of the net.


Bronze medal: Swiss couple Antoine Dorsaz and Anais Morand aim for the WAG vote, looking a vision in Burberry.


Silver medal: It is bad enough that the Japanese speed skaters have to sport a gold costume, modelled here by Joji Kato, but the g-string effect pushes this to a ridiculous level of campness.


Gold medal: The Norwegian team bring a flavour of golf to the curling rink. Shirts by Tiger Woods, trousers by Ian Poulter.


Follow the Winter Olympics 24/7 on British Eurosport (Sky 410 / Virgin 521) and EurosportHD (Sky 412) British Eurosport channels are streamed online via the Eurosport Player.

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