Lydia Lassila has won her third gold medal at the Aerial Skiing World Cup Final in Moscow, Russia overnight, completing a fairy-tale comeback for the mother of two and dual Olympic Gold and Bronze medallist.
Danielle Scott will be fighting for her first ever Aerials World Cup series crown when she takes to the slopes in Moscow for the World Cup Final on Saturday.
Silvaplana's Corvatsch Park in Swizterland will host the fifth and final stop of the FIS Freestyle slopestyle World Cup season this weekend and Australia’s Russ Henshaw is in the mix for a top-ranked finish.
February 2017 was a history-making month for Australian athletes around the globe. Winter athletes cemented their place on the international stage, records were broken, medals were won and world class events debut on Australian soil.
The rise and rise of Australia’s Mogul Queen Britt Cox this season has culminated in her winning the Overall FIS Ladies Freestyle Skiing Crystal Globe, which puts the talented skier in the same company as Olympic Gold medallist Dale Begg-Smith, and World Champion and five-time World Cup Champion Jacqui Cooper.
Barbara Jezersek has become Australia’s first ever cross country athlete to record a top thirty performance at a World Championships.
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Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.
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At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.