Winter News

Lydia Ierodiaconou Mt Buller September 2005

Australian aerial skier Lydia Ierodiaconou has made a remarkable comeback from her knee reconstruction, winning a World Cup event in Deer Valley.

Dale Begg-Smith's podium has added a bronze medal to his season medal haul, finishing third on the Salt Lake 2002 moguls skiing course in Deer Valley. Begg-Smith qualified in fifth place in the elimination round, then stepped it up in the night final to capture the fifth World Cup podium of his career

Australia is set to have women's skeleton and women's bobsleigh athletes at an Olympic Games for the first time following the latest round of World Cup competition... Skeleton athlete Michelle Steele has continued her remarkable form by finishing in sixth place in Konigssee, her third top six result in three events.

Nick Fisher has registered the second of three top 60 per cent of field results he needs to qualify for selection to the Torino 2006 Olympic team.

For the first time in our Winter Olympic history, Australia could have more athletes qualified for an Olympic Games than the number of places available.

In a promising result just one month out from the Winter Olympics, Jono Brauer has won the first European Cup event of his career.

Today, the Chair of the Appeals Tribunal of Ice Skating Australia Incorporated (ISA) announced that the Tribunal has rejected the appeal made by Ms Miriam Manzano...

Its official - 23 year-old Hannah Campbell-Pegg today became only the third Australian ever selected to compete in the Luge at the Winter Olympics...

Astrid Loch-Wilkinson competes in the Konigssee World Cup on Friday (Jan 13) with brakewoman Kylie Reed, with an Olympic qualifying result on the line.

Michelle Steele looks set to become Australia's first skeleton athlete at an Olympic Games after winning the National Team selection trials...