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Kerry Cruises through to Free Skate

Kerry Cruises through to Free Skate

16 February 2018

He was here to prove a point, and Australian figure skater Brendan Kerry has well and truly done that.

Next up, Catch up: Day 7

Next up, Catch up: Day 7

16 February 2018

With three medals already on the board, Australia has no plans of slowing down on Day 7 with Aussies in action across five events.

International Wrap - Day 6

International Wrap - Day 6

16 February 2018

In figure skating, the pairs competition concluded with Germany’s Aljona Sacvhenko and Bruno Massot winning gold at Gangneung Ice Arena after a breathtaking performance.

Scott and Peel through to Aerials finals

Scott and Peel through to Aerials finals

16 February 2018

Sochi Olympians Danielle Scott and Laura Peel have qualified for the women's Aerials finals on Friday night after a nail biting evening at Phoenix Snow Park.

Australia’s Ice Man – Brendan Kerry chilled and ready to go

Australia’s Ice Man – Brendan Kerry chilled and ready to go

15 February 2018

He spends his life on ice, so it’s little wonder that Aussie figure skater Brendan Kerry is feeling ‘chilled’.

Morris ready to soar to new heights

Morris ready to soar to new heights

15 February 2018

With Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014 already under his belt, David Morris is ready to soar to new heights at his third Olympic Games at PyeongChang.

Jezersek matches Australia's best ever Olympic result

Jezersek matches Australia's best ever Olympic result

15 February 2018

Barbara Jezersek has equalled Australia’s best ever result in an Olympic cross country skiing event having claimed 33rd in the women’s 10km Free at Alpensia.

Scotty James hopes to inspire next generation

Scotty James hopes to inspire next generation

15 February 2018

Moments after securing his Olympic bronze Scotty James was immediately thinking about how he could use his success to help the next generation of Aussie snowboarders.

Mixed day for Farrow on skeleton day one

Mixed day for Farrow on skeleton day one

15 February 2018

John Farrow has kicked off his second Olympic campaign, finishing the opening day of the men’s skeleton competition in 19th place after two very different runs at the Alpensia Sliding Centre.

Jarryd Hughes wins silver in Snowboard Cross

Jarryd Hughes wins silver in Snowboard Cross

15 February 2018

Dual Olympian Jarryd Hughes has won silver in the men's Snowboard Cross final at Phoenix Park.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Peter Norman posthumously awarded Olympic Order of Merit

Did you know?

At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.

Did you know?

Australia has hosted the Olympic Games twice – Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.