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Dale Begg-Smith's tilt at becoming Australia's first dual Winter Olympic gold medallist is on track with the moguls skier declaring his knee better than when he won in Turin three years ago.The 24-year-old has been training at Perisher Valley in the NSW Snowy Mountains, his first serious workout after a season-ending
Moguls skier Dale Begg-Smith will ramp up his bid to become Australia's first back-to-back Winter Olympics gold medallist when he returns to train on snow at Perisher next month following January's season-ending knee injury. Begg-Smith tore his ACL while competing at a World Cup event in Utah and spent four months rehabilitating before tentatively returning to skiing in Canada in June.
Reigning Olympic mogul skiing champion Dale Begg-Smith has sustained a knee injury in a World Cup in Deer Valley, Utah, ending his season. Begg-Smith twisted his right knee going into the top jump on the Salt Lake Olympic course in his head to head quarter final round.
Australian World Cup champions Jacqui Cooper and Dale Begg-Smith begin the defence of their titles at the end of this week, as the freestyle skiing circuit gets underway in the mountains of the northern hemisphere.Cooper will be embarking on the 16th season of her career, and looking to kick-start her attempt to win a record sixth World Cup title,
Dale Begg-Smith has captured the dual mogul skiing title at the World Freestyle Championships, leading a medal feast by Australia's winter sports athletes.Skiing alongside him in the northern Italian resort of Madonna di Campiglio, Jacqui Cooper won World Championship bronze in aerial skiing
Dual World Cup skiing titles for Australia can boast two World Cup skiing champions for the first time in its winter sports history, Dale Begg-Smith wrapping up the moguls title in Norway to join Jacqui Cooper at the top of the freestyle skiing world.
Dale Begg-Smith has skiied one of the best runs of his life to claim his fourth victory of the season and all but wrap up the World Cup mogul skiing title. Facing a massive score of 27.33 points set by Canadian Alexandre Bilodeau in the final, the 22-year-old Torino gold medallist defied the pressure, producing a 27.41 point final run, the highest of his career.
Australia has three winter sports athletes ranked number one in the world for the first time.A maiden victory to Holly Crawford has propelled her to the number one snowboard halfpipe World Cup ranking, and a third win for the season to Dale Begg-Smith has confirmed his status as number one in the world in
Olympic Champion Dale Begg-Smith is back at the top of the freestyle skiing world after winning a dual moguls World Cup in La Plagne, France, overnight.It capped an impressive two days for the Olympic champion, who had won bronze in the single moguls at the same venue on Monday.