Could New Zealand eclipse Australia’s Pyeongchang medal tally?

New Zealand have had a corker of an Olympics in PyeongChang. After a 26 year medal drought, the tiny nation across the ditch picked...

Closing ceremony flag bearer for Australia announced

Snowboard Cross silver medallist Jarryd Hughes will carry the flag and lead the 2018 Australian Olympic Team into the PyeongChang Closing Ceremony. It is...

New Zealand breaks winter games medal records in PyeongChang

New Zealand has tripled its Olympic Winter Games medal count in a single stunning afternoon at PyeongChang 2018. Zoi Sadowski-Synnott’s bronze medal (the first...

Three Kiwi free skiers qualify for men’s halfpipe ski finals

It came close to being a perfect day in the halfpipe today with three out of four of New Zealand men’s freeskiers finishing in...

Is Australia’s aerial skiing dominance over?

Australia's extraordinary run of success in aerial skiing looks set to be followed by a fallow period with retirements, no fulltime development program and...

How the Winter Olympics just shot itself in the halfpipe

There is always one. Every Olympics. In 2000 it was Eric "the eel" Moussambani the swimmer from Equatorial Guinea who set the slowest 100...

Australian Paralympic Winter Team named for PyeongChang

The Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) has announced the 13 athletes who will hunt for Australia’s first Paralympic Winter gold medal since 2002 at the PyeongChang...

Doping claim may hurt Russian status hopes

Russia could lose its chance in efforts to regain full Olympic status before the end of the Winter Games because of a doping charge...

When curlers take drugs

Of all the questions surrounding reports of a Russian curler's alleged doping infraction at the PyeongChang Olympics the biggest is: why? Why would an athlete...

Gold for Australian sports journalist at PyeongChang

One of Australia's leading sports journalists, Jacquelin Magnay, was awarded at the PyeongChang Olympic Games today with a ceremony to celebrate her twelfth Olympic...

Jess Rich to compete Big Air with ruptured ACL

Snowboarder Jessica Rich will know if the pain has been worth her while when she begins her delayed Winter Olympics campaign. The Australian is putting...

David Morris claims 10th in men’s aerials

Aerial skier David Morris just missed out on progressing in the men’s aerials in PyeongChang, finishing in 10th position overall. Ukrainian Oleksandr Abramenko took gold...

Get ready for the Dave Morris high five show

Aerial skier David Morris loves to perform while others love to compete. It's no surprise he chooses this term when referring to competition days,...

Rewriting Lydia Lassila’s headline

Dual-Olympic medallist Lydia Lassila’s career came to an unceremonious end in Pyeongchang after she failed to qualify for the final of the women’s aerials...

Public tears for personal pain at the Olympics

I've seen my share of tears at this Olympics and there's still 9 days to go. As a ski journalist I am privileged to witness...

Laura Peel makes medal finals, finishes fifth for Australia

Aerials skier Laura Peel has placed fifth at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. The Australian was unable to complete a back-double-full-full in the six-woman medal round...