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The OWI Snowboard halfpipe team has been training at Mammoth Mountain, California, for the past few weeks, in preparation for the resumption of the World Cup season in Avoriaz, France on December 11.

Jono Brauer has made a solid start to the 2004-05 Northern Hemisphere alpine ski season, claiming two top ten placings in Nor-Am slalom events in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Brigitte Egan: Times are getting faster, bruises getting bigger.

The second week of the AIS Skeleton project began with a rest day due to the track being closed for routine maintenance.

The second week of the AIS Skeleton project began with a rest day due to the track being closed for routine maintenance.

First Impressions: Brigitte Egan: My first Skeleton experiences have been terrifying yet the most exciting rides of my life.

Aerial skiing injury update

20 November 2004

Alisa Camplin has begun physiotherapy following a successful operation on her injured knee.

Brad Santer has finished in 10th place in the Golden Spin of Zagreb, his first top ten result in a senior international competition.

SSA Snowboard athlete Jo Shaw, has made a good start to her Northern Hemisphere season, with a top ten result in the Parallel Giant Slalom NorAm event at Copper Mountain, USA, against a field containing some strong World Cup riders.

Week 1: Calgary's tortuous ice track with its 14 curves has proved extremely challenging for the Women's AIS Skeleton squad.