The winter wonderland dream results continue for Australia with Belle Brockhoff and Alex (Chumpy) Pullin winning gold and bronze respectively in the opening World Cup of the Snowboard Cross season in Montafon, Austria overnight.
After two weeks of training in Ruka, Finland, Australia’s Aerial Skiing Team are ready to launch into back-to-back World Cup competitions on December 17 and 18, at Beida Lake resort in Beijing.
She kicked off her 2016 season with a silver medal at the North American Cup in Calgary, now skeleton athlete Jaclyn Narracott will look to continue the fantastic results at this weekend’s World Cup in Lake Placid.
While our Australian Olympians have unique sporting careers, they are looking forward to spending time with family and friends, and indulging in Christmas pudding just as much as everyone else.
A narrow podium miss has frustrated Brendan Kerry at the Golden Spin of Zagreb in Croatia at the conclusion of the ten-event ISU Challenger series.
A brilliant effort from 17-year-old Emily Arthur during last weekend's half-pipe final of the 2016 U.S Revolution Tour landed her in fourth place as she continued her outstanding push up the world rankings.
Britt back home after World Cup gold
Gallery: Looking back at 2016
Did you know?
Australia continued its medal winning streak at the Winter Games with three athletes reaching the podium at Sochi 2014 - David Morris (Silver, Aerials), Torah Bright (Silver, Halfpipe) and Lydia Lassila (Bronze, Aerials).