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Arthur aiming to fly towards PyeongChang

Arthur aiming to fly towards PyeongChang

30 September 2016

After getting a taste of Olympic competition earlier this year Emily Arthur is hungrier than ever to get the chance to take on the world’s best in PyeongChang.

Youth Olympian Morton eyes next chapter in Europe

Youth Olympian Morton eyes next chapter in Europe

29 September 2016

It might be one of the toughest Olympic sports on the program but nothing is slowing down young gun Darcie Morton as she continues her rise through the biathlon ranks.

Confidence high in Australian PyeongChang 2018 success

Confidence high in Australian PyeongChang 2018 success

27 September 2016

The countdown to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games is well and truly on with only 500 days to go until Australia’s finest winter athletes take on the world in South Korea.

Hughes hungry for Olympic gold with 500 days to go

Hughes hungry for Olympic gold with 500 days to go

27 September 2016

With 500 days to go until the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, snowboard cross rider Jarryd Hughes has his sights firmly set on Olympic gold.

500 days to PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games

500 days to PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games

27 September 2016

With Rio 2016 drawn to a close, PyeongChang 2018 is in the global spotlight to stage the next international mega-sports event. On February 9, 2018, the mountain resort region of Gangwon Province will turn into a world festival beyond sport.

Australia set to make Asian Winter Games debut

Australia set to make Asian Winter Games debut

26 September 2016

Australian athletes will get their first opportunity to compete at the Asian Winter Games after being invited to the 2017 event to be held in Sapporo, Japan in February.

Olympians inspire NSW Pierre de Coubertin recipients

Olympians inspire NSW Pierre de Coubertin recipients

23 September 2016

90 New South Wales secondary students have received the Pierre de Coubertin award today.

Kerry claims confidence boosting fourth in Salt Lake City

Kerry claims confidence boosting fourth in Salt Lake City

21 September 2016

“Being disappointed I didn’t medal is a new feeling” is how Brendan Kerry summed up his first international competition this season after placing 4th at the US International Figure Skating Classic in Salt Lake City on the weekend.

Ian Chesterman elected a Vice President of the AOC

Ian Chesterman elected a Vice President of the AOC

12 September 2016

Ian Chesterman has been elected a Vice President of the AOC.

Lassila to push for 5th Olympics in Pyeongchang

Lassila to push for 5th Olympics in Pyeongchang

23 June 2016

Lydia Lassila has confirmed she'll make a tilt for a record-equalling fifth Winter Olympics, buoyed by a decision to build a $6 million training facility in Australia.

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Bill Roycroft carried the Flag in the Opening Ceremony in Mexico City 1968 and his son Wayne carried the Flag in Los Angeles 1984.