Australia’s nine alpine skiers who competed in the biennial FIS Alpine world Ski from February 2 to 15 will leave the Vail-Beaver Creek resort in the United States with pride and more experience on an international stage.
Celebrations to mark one year to go to the Winter Youth Olympic Games Lillehammer 2016 have kicked off.
The next time an Australian Olympic Team marches in an Olympic Opening Ceremony will be in exactly 12 months, at the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway.
Mogul skier Matt Graham has collected his second World Cup medal of the season in Val St Come, Canada.
ALPINE SKIING: Australian Greta Small has kicked off her FIS World Ski Championships campaign with a solid 29th place in the Super G in Vail-Beaver Creek, USA, on day one of competition.
FREESTYLE SKIING: Renee McElduff has become only the sixth Australian women’s aerial skier to record a World Cup win when she captured gold in Lake Placid, USA.
Australian Madii Himbury has impressed the skiing community with an unbelievable display of sportsmanship, at the Deer Valley World Cup in Utah this month.
FREESTYLE SKIING: Slopestyle skier Russ Henhaw has become a dual World Championships medallist, after he picked up the silver at the FIS Ski and Snowboard World Championships in Kreischberg, Austria.
FREESTYLE SKIING: Australian moguls skier Britt Cox backed up her podium finish with a fighting fifth place in the duals event at the World Championships.
FREESTYLE SKIING: Moguls skier Britt Cox claimed the World Championships bronze medal with the best performance of her career.