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.
With 500 days to go until the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, snowboard cross rider Jarryd Hughes has his sights firmly set on Olympic gold.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
Winter athletes will be able to perfect their aerial skills on a world class facility in Australia with a new multi-purpose water-ramp facility confirmed for Lennox Head in northern NSW.
Matt Graham has taken out the 2016 Ski and Snowboard Australia Athlete of the Year award after an outstanding season, which saw him finish second overall in this season's Moguls World Cup.