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Gold for Britt Cox and bronze for Matt Graham provided Australia with two appearances on the podium on Saturday following the first Moguls World Cup of the year in Calgary, Canada.
Australia will no doubt be a force to be reckoned with in the women’s Moguls in PyeongChang but there is plenty of world class competition that will be looking to spoil the Aussie party come February.
Matt Graham has made his Mogul Skiing World Cup career medal haul an even dozen taking bronze in Thaiwoo, China today just 24 hours since he won silver on the same course.
Matt Graham has claimed silver in the second Mogul Skiing World Cup of the season at China’s Thaiwoo resort, a location earmarked to host several medal events in the 2022 Olympic Games.
Australia’s top mogul skiers are set to start their official training in Thaiwoo, China on Tuesday ahead of back-to-back events at their second World Cup of the season this week.
2017 World Champion mogul skier Britt Cox has picked up right where she left off, winning gold in the 2017/18 World Cup season opener in Ruka overnight.
Australia’s top mogul skiers are strapping in their skis for the final push towards PyeongChang with the World Cup season kicking off in Ruka, Finland on Saturday.
Expectations might carry a lot of weight for aspiring athletes, yet for Mogul Skiing World Champion and Crystal Globe winner Britt Cox, training and competing at her best comes as second nature and is a welcome challenge the already two-time Olympian readily accepts.
The annual New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) Awards were presented on Thursday evening following an exceptional year that saw one of Australia’s most successful winter sports seasons ever.