Winter News

The NSWIS/SSA National Development Mogul Team has concluded its pre season camp with some very encouraging results at the BC Southern Zone Championships in Apex Mountain, Canada.

Another top 20 to Oppliger

16 January 2006

Emanuel Oppliger has posted another top 20 result in parallel giant slalom, finishing in 20th place in Kronplatz, Italy.

Jono Brauer and Brad Wall have both met the Australian Olympic Committee base level qualification for selection to the Torino 2006 team, but unless they can both ski to a top 60 per cent of field result in Kitzbuhel next weekend, only one will get a slalom place at the Games.

Jono Brauer and Brad Wall have both met the Australian Olympic Committee base level qualification for selection to the Torino 2006 team, but unless they can both ski to a top 60 per cent of field result in Kitzbuhel next weekend, only one will get a slalom place at the Games.

Liz Gardner was the best of the Australians in a wind-affected second round of the aerial skiing World Cup in Deer Valley.

Bree McSweeny has had some impressive performances at the World Junior Short Track Championships, finishing top half of field in two of her three events.

Liz Gardner has performed best for the Australian Flying Kangaroos in a wind-affected second round of the aerial skiing World Cup in Deer Valley.

Hannah Campbell-Pegg has became only the third Australian to be selected to compete in luge at the Winter Olympics.

Hayler makes another final

15 January 2006

Damon Hayler has made another World Cup boarder cross final, but exited in the round of 32 in Kronplatz, Italy.

Biathlete Mark Raymond has finished in front of team-mate Cameron Morton for the first time this season, placing 105th to Morton's 106th in the World Cup sprint in Rupholding, Germany.