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Kostelic in drive for five at Torino Games

Kostelic in drive for five at Torino Games

9 February 2006

Three-time Olympic champion Janica Kostelic of Croatia has thrown down the gauntlet in the women's alpine skiing...

Plushenko and Slutskaya lead Russian bid for historic sweep

Plushenko and Slutskaya lead Russian bid for historic sweep

9 February 2006

Russian stars Yevgeny Plushenko and Irina Slutskaya will be leading their country's bid for an historic figure skating title...

Ohno not again - US-Korea Olympic short track showdown looms

Ohno not again - US-Korea Olympic short track showdown looms

9 February 2006

Reigning Olympic 1,500-metre champion Apolo Anton Ohno of the United States...

Security a priority for Aussies

Security a priority for Aussies

8 February 2006

Planning for security is as much part of the Olympic Games as the Opening Ceremony and gold medals. The Torino Games is no exception, and the Australian team...

NSWIS/SSA Mogul Development athletes compete in World Cup

NSWIS/SSA Mogul Development athletes compete in World Cup

6 February 2006

The NSWIS/SSA Mogul Development Program have completed a very successful 2005-2006 Northern Hemisphere winter by competing in the World Cup event in Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic.

Begg-Smith on the podium again in final pre-Games outing

Begg-Smith on the podium again in final pre-Games outing

5 February 2006

Dale Begg-Smith has wound up his Torino Olympic preparation by claiming a World Cup silver medal in the Czech Republic.

Dale declares he's proud to be an Aussie

Dale declares he's proud to be an Aussie

5 February 2006

Moguls medal favourite Dale Begg-Smith has touched down in Italy for the Winter Olympics declaring he is proud to to be competing for Australia.

Torah touches down

Torah touches down

4 February 2006

Australian snowboarder Torah Bright arrived in Torino for the Winter Olympics today, happy with her form and “feeling no pressure”.

Brauer claims first top 15 World Cup result

Brauer claims first top 15 World Cup result

3 February 2006

Jono Brauer has produced the best result of his career just a week before the Torino 2006 Olympic Games, finishing in 14th place in the Super Combined in Chamonix, France.

Aussie could be world junior skeleton champ

Aussie could be world junior skeleton champ

3 February 2006

Michelle Steele could become the nation's first world champion in skeleton this weekend if she maintains the form that took her to fourth place in a World Cup event in Igls in December.

Damon Kelly February blog update

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