Winter News

Australian snowboarder Torah Bright leads the world halfpipe rankings after capturing the silver medal in a World Cup event in Whistler, Canada.

OWI Aerial Skier Lainie Cole has made her first career podium, finishing third in the US Selection events at Park City, Utah.

The Australian two man bobsleigh team of Robin Calleja and Kris Hendrata have finished in 31st place in a Europa Cup event in Altenberg.

The Australian two man bobsleigh team of Robin Calleja and Kris Hendrata have finished in 31st place in a Europa Cup event in Altenberg.

The Australian two man bobsleigh team of Robin Calleja and Kris Hendrata have finished in 31st place in a Europa Cup event in Altenberg.

Mark Raymond competed in his first World Cup event of the season, a sprint in Hochfilzen, Germany, during the week He finished 106th in a field of 116, 6 minutes and 10.

Seven-time world figure skating champion Michelle Kwan has begun training full-time at the Ice Castles Training Centre in Lake Arrowhead, California, the skating complex now owned by Australian Olympian Anthony Liu.

Johanna Shaw has posted her best result for the season finishing in 21st place in the opening snowboard cross World Cup in Whistler, Canada.

Trudy McIntosh, Bree Munro and Lainie Cole have had their first competition starts of the 2003-2004 international season, competing in the US Selection events in Park City, Utah.

OWI skier Jono Brauer has collected gold and silver medals in FIS races in Pampeago-Tesero, Italy, in a confidence-building outing in the lead-up to the Madonna di Campiglio slalom, scheduled for December 15.