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PGS gate training underway

19 February 2006

PGS gate training underway Australia's parallel giant slalom riders had their first day of official gate training on the race hill today (Sunday 19 February, Day 9).

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is considering an application from the Australian Olympic Committee to disqualify the Brazilian four-man bobsleigh team.

Finland, USA and Great Britain have qualified for the semi finals boosting their chances of winning a first Olympic men’s curling medal.

The ladies Super-G race has been postponed a day because of poor weather at San Sicario Fraiteve. The race will now be held at 12.00 on 20 February (Day 10).

There's not quite as much hype surrounding women's bobsleigh at Torino 2006 as there was when the event was introduced four years ago, but that...

AOC bobsleigh appeal denied

19 February 2006

The Australian Olympic Committee has lost an appeal to disqualify the Brazilian four-man bobsleigh team from the Winter Olympics.

The Australian Olympic Committee has lost an appeal to disqualify the Brazilian four-man bobsleigh team from the Winter Olympics

Tough heat draw for Rosemond

18 February 2006
Emily Rosemond realises her dream when she takes to the ice in Torino

Brisbane teenager, Emily Rosemond takes on the world’s powerhouse short trackers from China and Korea when she makes her Olympic debut in the women’s 1500m on 18 February (Day 8).

It’s been a long wait, but alpine racer AJ Bear, bobsledders Jeremy Rolleston and Shane McKenzie, and teenage short-track skater Emily Rosemond open their Olympic campaigns on 18 February (Day 8).

On his second run in the Olympic skeleton at Cesana Pariol, Shaun Boyle stopped the clock at 1:00.00 precisely. It was a magic minute for the Wollongong 35-year-old.