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Australian skeleton athlete just misses podium

Australian skeleton athlete just misses podium

10 December 2005

Australian skeleton athlete Michelle Steele has continued her extraordinary climb up the ranks of the sport, finishing in fourth place in a World Cup in Igls, Austria.

Skeleton athlete pressing for Olympic selection

Skeleton athlete pressing for Olympic selection

10 December 2005

Australian skeleton athlete Michelle Steele has continued her extraordinary climb up the ranks of the sport, finishing in fourth place in a World Cup in Igls, Austria.

Good result from Aussie biathlete

Good result from Aussie biathlete

9 December 2005

Australian biathlete Cameron Morton has finished in 78th place in the second World Cup of the season in Hochfilzen, Austria.

Skeleton: Boyle 31st in Igls skeleton World Cup

Skeleton: Boyle 31st in Igls skeleton World Cup

9 December 2005

Torino aspirant Shaun Boyle has continued his quest for Olympic qualifying results, placing 31st in the skeleton World Cup in Igls, Austria.

Ierodiaconou heads back to the snow

Ierodiaconou heads back to the snow

9 December 2005

Lydia Ierodiaconou had one leg in the air this week as she worked out in the VIS gym on a springboard to strengthen...

Ierodiaconou heads back to the snow

Ierodiaconou heads back to the snow

8 December 2005

Lydia Ierodiaconou had one leg in the air this week as she worked out in the VIS gym on a springboard to strengthen her leg, but from Saturday, she will have both of them off the ground.

Bobsleigh: Australians blameless in bobsleigh accident

Bobsleigh: Australians blameless in bobsleigh accident

6 December 2005

The members of the Australian men's and women's bobsleigh team have been training on the Torino Olympic track in Cesana Pariol, with an accident involving the number two women's sled of Danielle Lynch reported widely in the news after being involved in an accident on the track.

Alpine Skiing: Strong qualifying results from US World Cups

Alpine Skiing: Strong qualifying results from US World Cups

6 December 2005

Australia's alpine skiers have taken further steps toward Olympic selection over the weekend, Luke Deane, Craig Branch and Brad Wall all registering top 60 per cent of field placings in World Cup races in the Colorado resort of Beaver Creek.

Aerial skiing training news

Aerial skiing training news

5 December 2005

The OWI Aerial Skiing program is currently finalising its preparations for the first international World Cup events of the year, training at Apex Resort, BC, Canada.

Italian Government set to punish doping at Torino

Italian Government set to punish doping at Torino

5 December 2005

IOC president Jacques Rogge is confident of finding an "intelligent solution'' with the Italian Government on how to punish doping at the Torino Olympics.

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Indigenous Recognition at AOC 2015 AGM

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Australia and Greece are the only two countries to have competed in every edition of the Modern Olympic Games.