FREESTYLE – MOGULS: The Australian Mogul skiing pedestal that was once solely occupied by the great Dale Begg-Smith has been enlarged to accommodate two rising stars who showed the world in Sochi that big things could be fast approaching.
FIGURE SKATING: After the disappointment of missing out on the Vancouver Games, the bubbly duo of Danielle O’Brien and Greg Merriman finally made their Olympic debut and reached all their goals in competition.
ICE HOCKEY: Canada’s Jonathan Toews and Sidney Crosby scored their first goals at Sochi 2014 to steer Canada to a 3-0 win over Sweden in the gold medal game of the men's Ice Hockey tournament.
SHORT TRACK: Australia was represented by two young, talented athletes in the Sochi 2014 Short Track Speed Skating competition in Deanna Lockett and Pierre Boda.
SNOWBOARD SLOPESTYLE: A new Olympic event for the Sochi 2014 Games, Snowboard Slopestyle was a huge hit with the athletes and the fans.
SNOWBOARD – HALFPIPE: Not even next-to-no preparation for her signature event, Snowboard Halfpipe, could keep Torah Bright off the podium, such is her amazing talent.
FREESTYLE – AERIALS: Australia reaffirmed itself as one of the world’s aerial skiing powerhouse nations when it wound up its Sochi campaign with two medals, a first for the Aussies.
BOBSLEIGH: It wasn’t the fairytale finish they were hoping for, but Australia’s 4-man Bobsleigh team have finished their Sochi 2014 Olympic campaign happy with the result.
TEAM: Firstly, I must congratulate our hosts, Russia, for staging a remarkable Olympic Games.
BOBSLEIGH: Looking to finish in the top 20 at the Sochi 2014 Olympics, Australia’s 4-man Bobsleigh team put together two consistent runs on the opening night of the event.