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Branch posts downhill career best in return to crash site

Branch posts downhill career best in return to crash site

4 December 2007

In the second event since coming back from a major knee injury, Craig Branch has skied to the best downhill result of his career, finishing in 33rd place in the Beaver Creek World Cup in Colorado. And a day earlier, Jono Brauer finished in 27th place in the super combined at the same venue.

Hay achieves personal best top ten result

Hay achieves personal best top ten result

3 December 2007

Lachlan Hay has skated to the best result of his career, making his first top ten in the process. Hay finished in ninth place in the second of two 1500m events contested on the 2006 Olympic ice rink in Torino.

Branch posts downhill career best

Branch posts downhill career best

1 December 2007

In the second event since coming back from a major knee injury, Craig Branch has skied to the best downhill result of his career, finishing in 33rd place in the Beaver Creek World Cup in Colorad

Brauer 27th in super combined

Brauer 27th in super combined

30 November 2007

Jono Brauer has finished in 27th place in the super combined in Beaver Creek,

Top five result for Steele in skeleton opener

Top five result for Steele in skeleton opener

30 November 2007

Michelle Steele has started the 2008 skeleton season in great style, placing fifth in the Calgary World Cup. OWI/AIS team-mate Emma Lincoln-Smith was also in fine form on the Olympic track, posting a career best ninth place.

Branch, Brauer in strong training runs

Branch, Brauer in strong training runs

28 November 2007

Craig Branch has shown the benefit of his training and competition in the opening event of the season in Lake Louise last weekend, with a promising training run in Beaver Creek.

Silver in Pacific final, and Olympic hopes alive

Silver in Pacific final, and Olympic hopes alive

26 November 2007

Australia has won silver at the Pacific Curling Championships in Beijing, but also grasped a golden opportunity to qualify for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The Australian team of Hugh Millikin, Ian Palangio, Sean Hall and Stephen Johns (and alternate Stephen Hewitt) went down in the final to host nation China by 2 points to 9.

Promising skeleton start for Development athlete sliders

Promising skeleton start for Development athlete sliders

26 November 2007

Australia's Skeleton Development team has made a promising start to the season, with Ami Wallace taking the bronze medal in a Europa Cup event in Igls, Austria. Team-mate Teniele Richards also made the top ten, finishing in ninth place in the 33-woman field.

Branch returns to World Cup action in Canada

Branch returns to World Cup action in Canada

26 November 2007

Craig Branch has opened his World Cup season with a 51st placing in the downhill in Lake Louise, Canada. In his first competitive outing since injuring his knee in Beaver Creek nearly 12 months ago, Branch recorded a time of 1:45.37, two minutes 58 seconds behind the race winner Jan Hudec of Canada.

Short track: OWI team tackles European World Cup legs

Short track: OWI team tackles European World Cup legs

26 November 2007

A pair of 23rd placings has been the leading return for Australia's short track speed skaters at the third World Cup of the season in Heerenveen, The Netherlands. Lachlan Hay finished in 23rd place in the men's 1000m, while Jeremy Beck made the same placing in the second of two 500m events.

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

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There are 5 Australian athletes with 2 medals each from the Winter Games: Steven Bradbury (Short Track Speed Skating), 1 gold, 1 bronze. Alisa Camplin (Freestyle Skiing - Aerials), 1 gold, 1 bronze. Dale Begg-Smith (Freestyle Skiing - Moguls), 1 gold, 1 silver. Torah Bright (Snowboard), 1 gold, 1 silver. Lydia Lassila (Freestyle-Skiing - Aerials), 1 gold, 1 bronze.