19 year old skeleton athlete Michelle Steele will have her final race this weekend before the start of the Winter Olympics and could write her name in the record books.
Australia's mogul skiing athletes tackle their last World Cup before Torino 2006 on Saturday, competing in the Czech Republic resort of Spindleruv Mlyn.
SSA Snowboarder Johanna Shaw has completed her final Olympic lead up event with great success, winning the Nor-Am Parallel Gianst Slalom in Steamboat, Colorado, USA.
Biathlete Cameron Morton and skeleton athlete Shaun Boyle are the first Australian athletes to arrive in Torino for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games.
Torah Bright has finished in second place in the Winter X Games halfpipe in Aspen, Colorado, declaring her candidacy for a place on the Torino 2006 podium.
Joanne Carter has finished in eighth place at the Four Continents competition in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in her final warm-up event prior to Torino 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.
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.
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.
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