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Carter eighth in Four Continents short program

Carter eighth in Four Continents short program

28 January 2006

Joanne Carter has skated to eighth place in the short program of the Four Continents competition in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in her final warm-up event prior to Torino 2006, Carter scored 47.

NSWIS/SSA Development Mogul Team complete successful Europa Cup tour

NSWIS/SSA Development Mogul Team complete successful Europa Cup tour

27 January 2006

The NSWIS/SSA Development Mogul Team has completed their third and final Europa Cup event of the season, with 16 year-old Mt Buller local Robert Lovick recording a great personal best result in Dolni Morava, Czech Republic.

Cooper wins first Europa Cup Medal

Cooper wins first Europa Cup Medal

24 January 2006

NSWIS/SSA Mogul Development Team member Ramone Cooper has won his first Europa Cup Mogul Skiing medal, finishing in third place on day two of competition in Dolni Morava, Czech Republic.

Torino alpine skiing line-up finalised

Torino alpine skiing line-up finalised

23 January 2006

Australia's alpine skiers had a weekend to forget in Kitzbuhel, with Jono Brauer and Brad Wall both failing to finish the first run of the slalom and Craig Branch being disqualified in the downhill.

Morton has best result for the season

Morton has best result for the season

23 January 2006

Cameron Morton has produced his best performance of the season in the final World Cup before the Torino Games, finishing in 68th place in the Antholtz sprint.

Two of three bob teams make Torino start list

Two of three bob teams make Torino start list

23 January 2006

Australia's bobsleigh women have continued their strong World Cup performances in a week of mixed fortunes for Australia's bob teams.

Last chance gone in Oberstdorf

Last chance gone in Oberstdorf

23 January 2006

Ben Sim and Ben Derrick have fallen short in their last chance to qualify for selection to the Torino 2006 Games, forced out of the World Cup Pursuit in Oberstdorf before being lapped by the leading competitors.

Ice athletes continue to excel

Ice athletes continue to excel

23 January 2006

Australia's skeleton women have continued their remarkable progress up the international rankings, Melissa Hoar finishing in fifth place in a World Cup in St Moritz.

Begg-Smith wins back-to-back World Cups

Begg-Smith wins back-to-back World Cups

23 January 2006

Dale Begg-Smith has consolidated his place at the top of the world mogul skiing rankings, winning back-to-back World Cups in Lake Placid, New York.

Selectors name four aerial skiers for Torino

Selectors name four aerial skiers for Torino

22 January 2006

Alisa Camplin has jumped her way into the Australian team for Torino 2006, finishing fourth in a one-round World Cup in Lake Placid, New York.

Michael Rogers receives Athens bronze medal

Road to Rio: Athlete Journeys

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Australia has hosted the Olympic Games twice – Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.