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Three in a row to Ierodiaconou

Three in a row to Ierodiaconou

10 January 2005

Lydia Ierodiaconou has won her third consecutive World Cup aerials skiing event, taking gold in Mont Tremblant, Canada.

Injury hampers Brauer in Chamonix slalom

Injury hampers Brauer in Chamonix slalom

10 January 2005

Hampered by patella tendonitis and a broken rib, Jono Brauer has finished down the field in 52nd place in the World Cup slalom in Chamonix, France.

Murray mixes it with the best

Murray mixes it with the best

9 January 2005

Paul Murray's excellent form has continued with a semi-final performance in the Swedish Sprint Championship on January 3.

Career best downhill to Branch

Career best downhill to Branch

9 January 2005

Craig Branch has produced the best downhill result of his career, finishing 38th in Chamonix, France.

Begg-Smith ninth in world after second World Cup

Begg-Smith ninth in world after second World Cup

9 January 2005

Dale Begg-Smith has finished in 18th place in the Mont Tremblant World Cup moguls, with team-mate Michael Robertson back in the field in 35th place.

Strong training time from Branch

Strong training time from Branch

8 January 2005

In the absence of injured team-mate AJ Bear, due back in Australia on January 8, Craig Branch has recorded one of his best training times for the season.

Promising Nor Am results for Shaw

Promising Nor Am results for Shaw

8 January 2005

A pair of sixth placings in Nor Am events in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, has been a promising lead-up to the World Snowboard Championships for Jo Shaw this week.

Skeleton five named

Skeleton five named

7 January 2005

The Australian Institute of Sport has named the five member squad which will continue to participate in its innovative skeleton program.

Skeleton five named

Skeleton five named

7 January 2005

The Australian Institute of Sport has named the five member squad which will continue to participate in its innovative skeleton program.

Calder breaks through in Swiss Cup

Calder breaks through in Swiss Cup

5 January 2005

KT Calder has stepped her skiing up to a new level, claiming two podium finishes on Swiss Cup and scoring the best ever distance FIS points for an Australian woman.

One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018

Peter Norman posthumously awarded Olympic Order of Merit

Did you know?

Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.

Did you know?

Gold and silver medals must be made of 92.5 percent pure silver; the gold medal must be gilded with at least six grams of gold.