Jono Brauer and Brad Wall have both met the Australian Olympic Committee base level qualification for selection to the Torino 2006 team, but unless they can both ski to a top 60 per cent of field result in Kitzbuhel next weekend, only one will get a slalom place at the Games.
Liz Gardner was the best of the Australians in a wind-affected second round of the aerial skiing World Cup in Deer Valley.
Bree McSweeny has had some impressive performances at the World Junior Short Track Championships, finishing top half of field in two of her three events.
Liz Gardner has performed best for the Australian Flying Kangaroos in a wind-affected second round of the aerial skiing World Cup in Deer Valley.
Biathlete Mark Raymond has finished in front of team-mate Cameron Morton for the first time this season, placing 105th to Morton's 106th in the World Cup sprint in Rupholding, Germany.
Clare-Louise Brumley has qualified for her second event at Torino 2006, finishing in 40th place in the 15km freestyle mass start at a World Cup in Val di Fiemme, Italy.
Craig Branch has posted the first of two top 60 per cent of field results he needs to qualify for selection to the Australian team in the alpine skiing combined event.
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 in Europe over the weekend.
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Germany’s Christa Luding-Rothenburger is the only athlete to ever win medals in both Winter and Summer Games in the same year. Among other medals, she won skating silver in the 500m (Calgary 1988) and cycling silver in the match sprint (Seoul 1988).