The Olympic Flame at the Opening Ceremony of the 1994 Winter Games in Lillehammer was to be skied down the ski jump at Lysgårdsbakken before lighting the Cauldron. Originally this task had rested upon Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl, the 1988 Olympic bronze medallist. But after he was injured in a practice jump two days beforehand, his back-up Stein Gruben received the honour. After a jump of around 70 meters Gruben handed the Torch to visually impaired athlete Cathrine Hazel Ingnes, who represented Norway in cycling and cross-country skiing at the Paralympics. She then did a lap of the arena with the Torch before handing it over to Crown Prince Haakon Magnus, who lit the Olympic Flame.
After the most tumultuous year in its history, FIFA will appoint a new President in Zurich on February 26. Philip Barker looks back on the men who have taken on the top job in world football - which has often turned out to be a poisoned chalice.