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SKELETON: Australia’s Skeleton team at the Sochi 2014 Olympics showed they can match it with the world’s best sliders, with consistent top 20 finishes.
It was a night of consistency for Australia’s two women Skeleton competitors, Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer, in their last two runs at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Friday.
BLOG: Russ Henshaw went for broke on the same Slopestyle course where Anna Segal finished 4th, and Australians flew in Skeleton, Cross Country, Biathlon & Figure Skating. To cap a huge day for Australia, Torah Bright received the medal she had won 24 hours earlier at a ceremony in Olympic Park.
SKELETON: Relaxing while hurtling down the track at 130 km/h is the key to consistency for Australian Michelle Steele, with the completion of Run 1 and 2 in the women’s Skeleton.
SLIDING SPORTS: The stunning Sanki Sliding Centre is where Australia’s fearless sliders from Bobsleigh, Skeleton and Luge will challenge the world’s best at Sochi 2014.
SKELETON: Fresh from her selection in the 2014 Australian Olympic Team, Michelle Steele, has finished an impressive fourth in the final round of the FIBT Skeleton World Cup, held in Konigssee, Germany.
TEAM: On Thursday January 23, the Australian Olympic Team soared to 56 athletes. Already a record for an Australian Winter Olympic Team, the Team will continue to grow over the next few weeks! Find out how the @AUSOlympicTeam word spread and Australians reacted to the selection news.
SKELETON: The Skeleton team to represent Australia at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games this February in Sochi, Russia were selected by the Australian Olympic Committee this morning.
SKELETON: Australia’s top skeleton athletes were at Igls in Austria this weekend for the final World Cup racing before the Olympic qualification period finishes.