Australian skiers Jenny Owens and Anna Segal have won bronze medals at the X Games in Aspen, USA. Dual Olympian Owens scorched the Ski Cross course and Segal the Slopestyle features, in the event that will make its Olympic debut as Sochi 2014.
Australia's dynamic young skeleton team have had their best day of competition ever, with sliders Emma Lincoln-Smith and Lucy Chaffer taking second and sixth places in the first World Cup of the season.
It's not so long ago that Alex Pullin felt like a member of the Jamaican bobsled team when he turned up to represent Australia at bordercross events.
Sixteen-year-old Australian Matt Graham scored an upset win over current Olympic gold medalist and world champion, Alexandre Bilodeau, in the ABOM dual moguls competition at Victoria’s Mount Buller today.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) says the Russian organisers of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi have made a lot of progress but there is still much work to be done to stage the Games.
Australia’s chances of winning more medals at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics have received a major boost with the inclusion of ski and snowboard slopestyle events, on the program.
Australia's hopes of further success at the Winter Olympic Games has received a boost with the addition of ski and snowboard slopestyle events to the Sochi 2014 games' program.
The International Olympic Committee today awarded NBC Universal the broadcast rights in the US for the Olympic Summer and Winter Games until 2020.
Russia on Saturday started a 1,000-day countdown to the opening of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, seeking to assure sceptics that building was on schedule and the environment respected.
Ski half-pipe (men and women), women’s ski jumping, biathlon mixed relay, figure skating team event and luge team relay all added for Sochi 2014.