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2012 Australian Olympic Team Section Managers

2012 Australian Olympic Team Section Managers

25 January 2011

2012 Australian Olympic Team Section Manager appointments as at 5 January 2011.

Hockeyroos look to youth ahead of the London Olympics

Hockeyroos look to youth ahead of the London Olympics

24 January 2011

New coach Adam Commens has wasted little time making his mark on the Hockeyroos squad, bringing seven new young players into

London 2012 stadium legacy

London 2012 stadium legacy

24 January 2011

London Olympics chief Sebastian Coe backed West Ham's bid to take over the 2012 stadium, saying there was a "moral obligation" to preserve the venue.

Triple Gold - Record results at Snowboard World Championship

Triple Gold - Record results at Snowboard World Championship

24 January 2011

The FIS Snowboard World Championships concluded in La Molina, Spain on Sunday 23rd January with Australia finishing as the leading nation with three gold medals, after the record breaking success of AIS scholarship athletes Alex Pullin, Holly Crawford and Nathan Johnstone each winning a World Championship. Pullin, Crawford and Johnstone join a select group of Australian winter sport athletes who have won World Championships, consisting of Kirstie Marshall (Aerials), Jacqui Cooper (Aerials), Alisa Camplin (Aerials), Dale Begg-Smith (Moguls), Zali Steggall (Alpine) and Men’s 5000m relay team (Speed Skating).

Germany a tough challenge for Aussie Sliders

Germany a tough challenge for Aussie Sliders

24 January 2011

Australia’s Emma Lincoln-Smith has maintained her seventh place in the Women’s Skeleton World Cup after the sixth round of the series in Winterberg, Germany, on Saturday. In tough conditions, the AIS squad of three sliders struggled to match the speed of their northern hemisphere rivals, finishing 14th, 15th and 17th in the field of 22 sliders, from 12 nations.

London 2012 stadium legacy

London 2012 stadium legacy

24 January 2011

London Olympics chief Sebastian Coe backed West Ham's bid to take over the 2012 stadium, saying there was a "moral obligation" to preserve the venue.

Two seconds split Meyer and Goss

Two seconds split Meyer and Goss

24 January 2011

West Australia's Cameron Meyer (Garmin-Cervelo) is the 2011 Santos Tour Down Under Champion at the end of six stages

Hockeyroos look to youth ahead of the London Olympics

Hockeyroos look to youth ahead of the London Olympics

24 January 2011

New coach Adam Commens has wasted little time making his mark on the Hockeyroos squad, bringing seven new young players into

Teenager shows maturity

Teenager shows maturity

24 January 2011

She may be only 16 years-old but Australian moguls skier Britt Cox is already earning a reputation for her plucky determination. After making her World Cup debut only last week in Canada, the AIS/NSWIS scholarship holder battled hard to turn disappointment into a creditable top 20 place over the weekend during the second day of a double-header at Lake Placid in the United States.

Podium for Kennedy

Podium for Kennedy

23 January 2011

Australian ski cross team member Sami Kennedy scored her first podium finish for the season in the Europa Cup in Zweisimmen, Switzerland, last night, taking the bronze medal. After qualifying in 11th place, the 22-year-old AIS scholarship holder was second in her quarter final and the semi-final to advance to the final.

Olympic stars inspire students in Canberra

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Did you know?

Germany’s Christa Luding-Rothenburger is the only athlete to ever win medals in both Winter and Summer Games in the same year. Among other medals, she won skating silver in the 500m (Calgary 1988) and cycling silver in the match sprint (Seoul 1988).