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Cooper to double up as warm weather claims more skiing events

Cooper to double up as warm weather claims more skiing events

9 January 2007

Jacqui Cooper will contest two aerial skiing events in Deer Valley, Utah, at the end of this week following the cancellation of the Lake Placid World Cup scheduled for January 18 to 20.

Begg-Smith starts season with gold

Begg-Smith starts season with gold

8 January 2007

Dale Begg-Smith has made the perfect start to his World Cup mogul skiing title defence, winning gold in the opening event of the season in Mont Gabriel, Canada. The Torino Olympic champion scored 25.74 points for a narrow victory over French skier Guilbaut Colas on 25.59 points and home-town hero Alexandre Bilodeau of Canada on 25.55 points.

World record score and career victory total to Cooper

World record score and career victory total to Cooper

8 January 2007

Jacqui Cooper has jumped to a world record points score, and also equalled the all-time career record of aerial skiing victories with a near flawless performance in Mont Gabriel.

Cooper wins with world record

Cooper wins with world record

8 January 2007

Jacqui Cooper has jumped to a world record points score, and also equalled the all-time career record of aerial skiing victories with a near flawless performance in Mont Gabriel. The three time World Cup champion, who turned 34 two days ago, also climbed to the number one world ranking in a weather-shortened one jump competition in the Canadian resort.

Merriman and Hay to skate at world titles

Merriman and Hay to skate at world titles

8 January 2007

Australia's individual skaters for the 2007 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships have been finalised following a series of trials in Sydney over the weekend.

Carter recovery on track for Four Continents

Carter recovery on track for Four Continents

8 January 2007

Jo Carter's recovery from the ankle injury that ruled her out of the Skate America and Skate Canada Grand Prix events is almost complete, and the dual Olympian is now training for the Four Continents competition in Colorado Springs from February 5-12.

First class camp for NSWIS/SSA development mogul team

First class camp for NSWIS/SSA development mogul team

8 January 2007

The New South Wales Institute of Sport/ Ski and Snowboard Australia Development mogul team is now in the final stages of its pre-season training camp in Silver Star Mountain, Canada. Development team coach Peter 'Toppa' Topalovic reports that the camp has been "by far the best and most productive pre-season camp in my years as head coach of the team".

Begg-Smith starts his season with gold

Begg-Smith starts his season with gold

7 January 2007

Dale Begg-Smith has made the perfect start to his World Cup mogul skiing title defence, winning gold in the opening event of the season in Mont Gabriel, Canada.

Medal chances strong as winter athletes resume competition

Medal chances strong as winter athletes resume competition

5 January 2007

Australia's winter sports athletes resume competition this weekend in Canada, with Olympic champions Dale Begg-Smith starting the defence of his World Cup mogul skiing crown and Jacqui Cooper aiming to equal the world record for career victories in aerial skiing.

Medal chances strong as winter athletes resume competition

Medal chances strong as winter athletes resume competition

4 January 2007

Australia's winter sports athletes resume competition this weekend in Canada, with Dale Begg-Smith starting the defence of his World Cup mogul skiing crown and Jacqui Cooper aiming to equal the world record for career victories in aerial skiing.

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