I have just arrived in my new winter home of Colorado, USA for the next five months as I prepare myself for the new adventure of chasing my dreams and hopefully qualifying for the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Amelia Jackson has kept her Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) dreams alive after finishing as the highest eligible athlete at the 2015 National Figure Skating Championships in Penrith.
Ice Hockey stars Jake Riley and Madison Poole have the honour of being the first Australian athletes selected for the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG), to be held in Lillehammer, Norway in February.
Biathlete Darcie Morton has started her European season off in promising style shooting clean and winning the season opening Biathlon Swiss Cup Sprint Event in Andermatt, Switzerland.
Over 12,000 kilometres from the last remnants of snow on Australian soil is a little town in the north of the Sierra Nevada mountain range that most Aussies would have never heard of.
Four Lillehammer 2016 hopefuls will continue their journey towards the second Winter Youth Olympic Games when they take to the ice for the 2015 Australian Figure Skating Championships.
The tough challenge of qualifying for the Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in the extreme sliding sport of luge has got even harder for Australian rookie Beth Slade.
With just over 90 days to go until the second Winter Youth Games kick off in Norway, snowboard cross star Alex Dickson is leaving no stone unturned in his pursuit of Olympic glory.
While the weather may be heating up, two of Australia’s leading young cross country skiers are not letting the change of seasons interrupt their aspirations for success at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG).
Marking 100 days to go, the International Olympic Committee today announced its latest social media campaign asking athletes to share their love of sport and get active.
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Did you know?
At Beijing 2008 Australia won 14 gold medals, 15 silver and 17 bronze, a total of 46 medals.
Did you know?
Ian Thorpe (5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze) and Leisel Jones (3 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze) have won 9 Summer Games medals.