Having made it into A Division off the back of a silver medal in Kazakhstan last weekend, Long Track speed skater Daniel Greig took advantage of his position in the fourth World Cup in The Netherlands early this morning.
The opening event of the 2016-2017 World Cup season has been a tough one for NSWIS athletes Sami Kennedy-Sim and Anton Grimus, with both skiers unable to progress pass the first round of competition.
Brother and sister duo Darcie and Damon Morton have made history overnight becoming the first Australian pair to compete in the single mixed relay at an IBU Cup event.
Australia has always been competitive in the international mix of Short Track Speed Skating, and the 2016/17 Aussie short trackers may be small in collective numbers, but the tight-knit group is big on passion and commitment.
With the first World Cup of the season two weeks away, Danielle Scott has showed she is well placed for a strong season following back-to-back Europa Cup victories in Ruka, Finland
Belle Brockhoff has started her 2016-2017 international season in the best possible way, winning two Europa Cup Snowboard Cross events in Pitztal, Austria.
Western Sydney’s indigenous figure skater Harley Windsor and his 16-year-old partner Ekaterina (Katia) Alexandrovskaya have been invited into the prestigious International Skating Union (ISU) Junior Grand Final to be held in Marseille, France from December 8 – 11.
A mesmerised audience witnessed a stunning performance by pair skaters Harley Windsor and Katia Alexandrovskaya that is likely to be the start of a dominating national run in the short program at the Australian Figure Skating Championships.
The O’Brien Group Arena in Melbourne’s Dockland will be home to the nation’s best figure skaters this week for the 2016 Australian Figure Skating Championships.