Anton and Scott do Russia: Scott's Blog

13 June 2013

Scott Kneller was Australia’s only male representative in ski cross at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games when the sport made its Olympic debut. With just one year’s World Cup experience, Scott produced a string of great results to make the semi-final and finish an impressive seventh. At the end of the 2010/11 season he was ranked 12th in the world and won Australia's first ski cross World Cup title in San Candido Italy. This is Scott's first blog on the road to Sochi and co-stars fellow ski cross athlete Anton Grimus who hopes to make his Olympic debut in Sochi.

BLOG: We shot this video in Sochi, Russia, host city of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Most of the Australian Team competed at test events over there and we'll be back in February 2014 for the Games. It gives you a taste of the interesting city both on and off the snow!

Scott Kneller

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