The Australian men's bobsleigh crew have finished 25th in the 4-man event on the final day of competition at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games.
Milestones and more were par for the course for Australia’s freestyle skiing athletes at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
While the 2018 Winter Games may go down in history as one of the coldest on record, there was no stopping a group of Australia's Olympians as they swapped the skis for surfboards at Gangneung on Saturday.
Australia's Phil Bellingham and Callum Watson have dug deeper than they ever have before to complete one of the toughest Olympic events on the schedule - the men's 50km Classic.
The Aussie 4-man bobsleigh crew have finished their opening two runs of the 2018 Winter Games in 24th place, recording their fastest runs down the PyeongChang track.
Whenever our athletes compete in Olympic competition, they become part of history. On Friday, five of our athletes travelled two hours north of PyeongChang to experience another history.
Arguably one of the toughest Winter Olympic events on the schedule, the men's 50km Classic is going to be a battle of endurance and mental exhaustion.
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