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Jackie Narracott wins Australia’s first skeleton World Cup GOLD

History was made overnight as Jackie Narracott won a World Cup gold medal in skeleton at St Moritz in Switzerland. Competing on hand cut ice,...

2018 Australian Paralympic Winter Team captains announced

Two-time Paralympian Mitchell Gourley (alpine skiing) and Para-snowboarder Joany Badenhorst have been announced as Co-captains of the Australian Paralympic Team for the 2018 PyeongChang...

Australia Beijing snowsports athlete: Sami Kennedy-Sim

Name Sami Kennedy-Sim Nickname SJ, Sam Age Born 26/5/1988, aged 33 in 2022. Hometown Sydney, NSW Home mountain Perisher, NSW Discipline Ski Cross Olympics 2014 2018 2022 Personal bests 8th at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea. Placed 2nd at...

Scotty James and Kent Callister into finals for men’s halfpipe

Australia’s Scotty James has nailed it to qualify second best for the men’s halfpipe finals in PyeongChang with a massive score of 96.75, with...

Aussie Jakara Anthony wins her third FIS World Cup moguls medal

What a competition season it's been for Australian Jakara Anthony on the FIS World Cup moguls circuit. First she won her first ever FIS...

18 year old kiwi, Alice Robinson, wins FIS World Cup Giant...

New Zealand Alpine ski racer Alice Robinson from Queenstown has claimed the second World Cup win of her career. The eighteen-year-old skied to Giant...

Gallery: craziest stacks, crashes and tumbles from Beijing Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics is brutal. Even the most skilled of athletes risk major injury (or worse) when competing at an elite level. Add nerves and...

Australia Beijing snowsports athlete: Josie Baff

Name Josie Baff Age Born 25/1/2003, aged 18 in 2022. Hometown Cooma, NSW Discipline Snowboard Cross Olympics 2022 Personal bests Gold at the Youth Olympic Games in Villars, Switzerland. FIS World Cup 2021/2022 season Placed 9th twice...

How to keep up with us in PyeongChang

We're on the ground in PyeongChang Korea with all the news from our Aussie athletes in competition and behind the scenes. This is how...

My last night with Lydia Lassila

The Olympics is big. It's a beast that chews you up and leaves you spent. Days are super long, pressure is all time high,...

Ben Tudhope goes for Paralympics snowboard cross gold today

Para snowboarding gold medal prospect Ben Tudhope has vowed to hit a new level as he attempts to get Australia off the mark at...

Where’s Johnnie?

An Australian working in Sochi, Johnnie Balfour, posted photos of Sochi two weeks before the games including a video of his living conditions and a...

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...

Matt Graham claims silver in men’s moguls in PyeongChang

The men's moguls threw down a challenge to the world’s best in PyeongChang, with Australia's Matt Graham finishing in second place with a 82.57. Mikael...

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...

VIEWING GUIDE: how + when to watch Aussies competing in Beijing

We've done all the event time digging for you, so you can support your favourite Aussie athletes in their favourite snowsports and shout from...

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