It has been a historic night for Australian Cross Country Skiing after Aimee Watson and Jessica Yeaton claimed career best finishes.
Belle Brockhoff has claimed her second World Cup win of the 2016/2017 season in Bulgaria overnight to reclaim the number one spot on the snowboard cross world rankings.
The winter sports story of the season has become Lydia Lassila’s return to Aerial Skiing for a tilt at a fifth Olympics after her extraordinary World Cup gold medal in Deer Valley, Utah this afternoon.
Australia’s Harry Laidlaw will be the nation’s sole representative when he competes at the upcoming 2017 World Alpine Skiing Championships in St Moritz, Switzerland.
Australian mogul superstar Britt Cox has won bronze at the Deer Valley Moguls World Cup in Utah and retained her number one FIS world ranking.
At her debut World Cup appearance, slopestyle snowboarder Tess Coady is now preparing for her first ever final after qualifying fourth in her heat at Mammoth Mountain Resort, USA.
It was another successful day of qualifying last night as five Australians made their way through to the finals of the Snowboard Cross world cup in Bulgaria.
With just over a year to go until the 23rd edition of the Winter Olympic Games gets underway, Australia’s best cross country skiers will get their chance to see just what they’re in for at PyeongChang 2018.
With a couple of weeks to rest and train since the last competition in Lake Placid, the men and ladies of the Aerials World Cup should be ready let fly in Deer Valley.
One Year to Go to PyeongChang 2018
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American athlete Eddie Eagan is the only athlete to win gold at a summer and winter Olympics in Heavyweight Boxing (1920) and bobsleigh (1932).
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