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The President of the AOC, John Coates, says the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) will be a “vital cog” in Australia’s preparations for the Beijing Games...

Australia's alpine skiers had a weekend to forget in Kitzbuhel, with Jono Brauer and Brad Wall both failing to finish the first run of the slalom and Craig Branch being disqualified in the downhill.

Cameron Morton has produced his best performance of the season in the final World Cup before the Torino Games, finishing in 68th place in the Antholtz sprint.

Australia's bobsleigh women have continued their strong World Cup performances in a week of mixed fortunes for Australia's bob teams.

Ben Sim and Ben Derrick have fallen short in their last chance to qualify for selection to the Torino 2006 Games, forced out of the World Cup Pursuit in Oberstdorf before being lapped by the leading competitors.

Australia's skeleton women have continued their remarkable progress up the international rankings, Melissa Hoar finishing in fifth place in a World Cup in St Moritz.

Dale Begg-Smith has consolidated his place at the top of the world mogul skiing rankings, winning back-to-back World Cups in Lake Placid, New York.

The Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) will play a key role in the preparation of Australia’s athletes competing at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Dale Begg-Smith celebrates his first World Cup win in Lake Placid.

Dale Begg-Smith has consolidated his place at the top of the world mogul skiing rankings, winning back-to-back World Cups in Lake Placid, New York.

Jacqui Cooper at Mt Buller in September 2005

Ski and Snowboard Australia have nominated Jacqui Cooper for the fourth and last berth on Australia's women's aerial skiing team for the Torino Winter Olympics...