BOBSLEIGH: Australia’s women’s bobsleigh team Astrid Radjenovic and Jana Pittman have completed two solid runs on the opening day of their competition at the Sanki Sliding Centre in Rosa Khutor.
FIGURE SKATING: The highest rating event of the Winter Olympics gets underway tomorrow, with the Ladies’ Individual Figure Skating short program taking place at the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi. Australia’s Brooklee Han is delighted to be part of the spectacle.
SHORT TRACK: Deanna Lockett has produced a quality 1000m race to qualify for the quarter-finals at the Sochi 2014 Short Track Speed Skating competition. It was an action-packed session of skating, with teammate Pierre Boda skating in the men's event shortly after Lockett crossed the line.
SNOWBOARD CROSS: Two time World Champion Alex Chumpy Pullin and world number two ranked Jarryd Hughes failed to fire in the rainy conditions at Extreme Park on Day 11 of the Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
ALPINE – GIANT SLALOM: Aussie trio Lavinia Chrystal, Greta Small and Emily Bamford have finished 46th, 47th and 56th respectively in their first run of the Giant Slalom competition in what were difficult rainy conditions on Tuesday.
BOBSLEIGH: With nothing to lose, Australia’s women’s Bobsleigh pair are looking to shake up the rankings at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Australian Freestyle skier David Morris has won a silver medal in the men’s Aerials at 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
FREESTYLE - AERIALS: Women’s bronze medallist Lydia Lassila was exhilarated for her training partner.
FREESTYLE SKIING- AERIALS: Day 10 saw David Morris claim silver in the men’s Freestyle Aerials, Australia’s third medal in Sochi! Australians watched on in awe as the 29-year-old had the jump of his life, congratulating him from all around the world.
FREESTYLE – AERIALS: Australian Freestyle skier David Morris has won a silver medal in the men’s Aerials at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Monday.