It’s all systems go for the green and gold skeleton athletes as the 2016/2017 season gets into full swing and the Aussies continue to log strong results.
Ever wonder what it’s like to travel around the world, racing down mountains for a living? Sochi Olympian Jarryd Hughes takes us through a day in the life of a Snowboard cross athlete.
As the Organizing Committee approach the ‘one year to go’ Games time marker on February 9, President Hee-beom Lee has updated the media on the progress and planning of PyeongChang 2018.
Tomorrow, January 19, marks the one-month countdown to the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Council of Asia’s 8th Asian Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan.
Rising Australian biathlon star and Winter Youth Olympian Darcie Morton is pushing hard to represent Australia at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The Australian Snowboard Cross Team is mix of experience and youth, inspired in many instances by two-time Olympian and World Champion Alex “Chumpy” Pullin, Sochi Olympian and current world cup leader Belle Brockhoff, and X Games champion Jarryd Hughes.
Being first to jump in the Aerial Skiing World Cup Final in Lake Placid didn’t phase Danielle Scott who opened up the medal round with a smooth back double full full, scoring 92 points, taking silver and moving into outright world number one after an exciting day’s competition for all the Australians.
He may have missed qualifying for the final, but Friday's opening world cup of the slopestyle skiing season was about far much more than that for Russ Henshaw.