Winter News

Australia's number one two-woman bobsleigh duo Astrid Loch-Wilkinson and Kylie Reed have continued their steady progress towards a berth in the Torino 2006 field, finishing in 18th place in a World Cup in Cortin d'Ampezzo, Italy.

Australian aerial skier Lainie Cole has joined her more celebrated team-mates Alisa Camplin, Jacqui Cooper and Lydia Ierodiaconou in fulfilling the Australian Olympic Committee qualifying criteria for possible selection to the Australian team for Torino 2006.

Australian aerial skier Lainie Cole has joined her more celebrated team-mates Alisa Camplin, Jacqui Cooper and Lydia Ierodiaconou in fulfilling the Australian Olympic Committee qualifying criteria for possible selection to the Australian team for Torino 2006.

AJ Bear has become the first alpine skier to meet the Australian Olympic Committee qualifying criteria for Torino 2006 team selection.

International sport's top tribunal said the landmark verdict against US sprinter Tim Montgomery was a stark reminder to athletes...

A week after Australia's number one ranked skeleton athlete Michelle Steele finished one place off the podium in a World Cup race in Igls, Austria, the country's number two slider Emma Lincoln-Smith has missed a top ten finish by just one spot in a World Cup in Sigulda, Latvia.

Dale Begg-Smith led the Australian challenge at the opening mogul skiing World Cup in Tignes, France, overnight.

Australia's mogul skiers start their 2005/06 World Cup competition on Wednesday night in Tignes, France.

Top 15 to Torino-bound rider

13 December 2005

Damon Hayler has ridden to 15th place in the World Cup snowboard cross event in Whistler, Canada.

The OWI halfpipe men were in action over the weekend in Whistler alongside their fellow Australian alpine snowboarders.