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Jacqui Cooper has emphatically demonstrated that her world record jump in Torino was not a one-off achievement, landing a 113 point-plus triple twisting triple somersault on the way to the 16th World Cup victory of her career.

One of Australia's leading Commonwealth Games gold medal hopes is considering not continuing on to the Beijing Olympics.

After putting the disappointment of Torino 2006 out of her mind - at least temporarily - Jacqui Cooper is ready to move one step closer to aerial skiing immortality when she competes in Davos this weekend.

Dale Begg-Smith has added the 2006 World Cup moguls title to his Olympic gold medal after winning the post-Games event in South Korea.

Canada’s Whistler, the venue for the next Winter Olympics in 2010, will provide the Australian team with something close a home ground advantage...

Jacqui Cooper at Mt Buller in September 2005

Aerialist Jacqui Cooper and speed skater Steven Bradbury have been selected for the AOC Athletes Commission...

Germany takes bobsleigh gold

26 February 2006

Andre Lange of Germany has joined a select group, becoming just the fifth bobsleigh pilot to win both the two-man and four-man gold medals at the same Olympics.

The Czech Republic has secured the bronze medal in men’s hockey after blanking Russia 3-0 in the third place play-off.

AOC President John Coates

In a major boost for short track speed skating and figure skating, they are to be showcased as part of the AOC's Olympic Youth Festival in Sydney in January 2007.

It’s an open race for gold in the gruelling men’s 50km freestyle mass start cross-country duel on Pragelato Plan on 26 February (Day 16).