Winter News

Four women have been named in the National Touring Team to contest World Cup skeleton events with the aim to qualify for the Torino Olympic Winter Games...

The AOC has received a complaint from skeleton athlete Kim Hardy alleging bias on behalf of the AIS...

The Australian Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association has named four women in the National Touring Team to contest World Cup skeleton events in a campaign for representation at the Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games.

The Australian Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association has named four women in the National Touring Team...

Lydia Ierodiaconou is learning all about patience. Just 100 days out from the start of the Torino Games, Lydia is in no rush to test her injured knee on the ice....

Jacqui, Lydia, Damon and AJ in their Karbon gear at 100 days launch

There is less than 100 days until Australia’s athletes compete against the best in the world at the 2006 Torino Games...

Sydney snowboarder Damon Hayler has declared he is heading for the Winter Olympics in Torino determined to win a medal...

Italy's deputy Prime Minister Gianfranco Fini said Sunday the Italian government would not be pressured into changing....

Brad Wall and Luke Deane have both skied to a top 80 per cent of field result in the opening giant slalom event of the 2006 World Cup season in Soelden...

Brad Wall and Luke Deane have both skied to a top 80 per cent of field result in the opening giant slalom event of the 2006 World Cup season in Soelden, collecting the first of three qualification performances necessary for one of them to gain a place in the Australian team for Torino in February 2006.