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Australia's Holly Crawford and Nate Johnstone have finished seventh and tenth in the final Halfpipe World Cup prior to PyeongChang 2018.
In unpredictable weather conditions, PyeongChang hopefuls Torah Bright, Holly Crawford and Nate Johnstone are all through to the snowboard halfpipe finals at the Laax World Cup.
Australia’s top snowboarders will be spread out across the Laax World Cup and the Mammoth Grand Prix this weekend for the final events before PyeongChang 2018.
Australia’s top female snowboarders have finished within the top 15 of the Halfpipe World Cup following Thursday’s qualification runs at Snowmass, Colorado.
Australia’s top Snowboard Halfpipe riders are gearing up for their second last chance to qualify for the Winter Olympics at the first World Cup of 2018 in Snowmass, USA.
Like ski ballet, rear-entry boots and stretch pants, the days of Australia being considered a winter sports oddity have been consigned to history.
The momentum from Rio 2016 rolled straight on into 2017 with a number of Summer Olympians continuing to impress on the world stage. While in cooler climates, our Winter Olympic hopefuls ramped up their preparation for PyeongChang throughout the year as they secured more World Cup and World Championship medals than ever before
Three-time Olympian Torah Bright has made a successful return to Snowboard Halfpipe competition with two podium finishes on the North-American Cup circuit this week.
SNOWBOARD: Dual Olympian Scotty James claimed Australia’s second gold medal in the FIS Ski and Snowboard World Championships by taking out the Halfpipe competition, in Kreischberg, Austria.