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NSWIS/SAL Alpine National Team member, Luke Deane, won back to back Australia New Zealand Continental Cup Super G races in New Zealand at the beginning of August, setting himself up for northern hemisphere competition in the coming season.

From the 305 nominations received for the 2003 Pierre de Coubertin awards, 21 representatives were selected to participate in the NSW Presentation...

The Queensland Olympic Council presented the 2003 Pierre de Coubertin Awards recently...

Queensland Olympic Council Education Commission Olympian Kim Cooper, presents the first inaugural De Coubertin Service Award to Marlene Mathews and John Kane...

Two of the three giant metal sculptures that sat atop Sydney’s Centrepoint Tower for the 2000 Olympics are making their new home in Canberra...

Fellowship follows fires

28 April 2003

In the true spirit of Olympism, the ACT Olympians Club came to the assistance of fellow Club member Rob de Castella following the January 2003 Canberra fires...

The QOC launched the 2003 Pierre de Coubertin Awards at Wynnum State High School in Brisbane...

Alisa Camplin has won the World Cup aerials title, leading an historic Australian one-two finish to the 2003 season in tandem with Olympic Winter Institute team-mate Lydia Ierodiaconou.

Alisa Camplin goes into the last event of the 2003 season this weekend looking to add the World Cup title to her Olympic gold medal and world championship crown.

OWI individual scholarship holder Jono Brauer has finished in 42nd place in the slalom at the World Championships after skiing close to a top 30 result in the first run.