Olympic Winter Institute moguls skier Michael Robertson has produced a second top ten finish in his debut season on the World Cup circuit, finishing ninth in Mont Tremblant, Quebec.
OWI individual scholarship holder Jenny Owens finished 43rd and 46th in Super G, and 47th in downhill in Cortina over the weekend, but showed plenty of signs that she is coming to terms with her new skis, and finding the form that took her to top 30 results last season and a ninth place in the Salt Lake 2002 combined.
Olympic aerial skiing gold medallist Alisa Camplin has broken through for her first World Cup victory in Canada overnight, leading an Australian quinella with Lydia Ierodiaconou at Mont Tremblant, Quebec.
Trials to select the OWI team for the last two World Cups of the season and the 2003 World Short Track Championships will be held in Brisbane from January 17-19.
Exciting young OWI snowboarder Holly Crawford has made a brilliant debut on the FIS World Cup circuit, finishing 12th in the halfpipe in Whistler, British Columbia, over the weekend.
OWI moguls skier Manuela Berchtold claimed the first top ten World Cup result of her career over the weekend, finishing tenth in the Italian resort of Madonna di Campiglio.
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