After three action packed days at Lillehammer 2016 that yielded Australia four Youth Olympic medals, there will be just three Aussies hitting the Norwegian snow on day five.
Liam Burton and Lilly Boland missed out on qualifying for the race phase of the sprint classic competition at the Lillehammer 2016 Games.
Producing your best performances under pressure is something all athletes aspire to do, and that is something 16-year-old Julia Moore has achieved at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Australia were unlucky to miss out on the chance of another Lillehammer 2016 medal when they were knocked out of the team ski and snowboard cross event at Hafjell Freepark.
After winning an amazing three medals on the fourth day of Lillehammer 2016 competition, Australia will be represented by nine athletes on day five of action.
Zali Offord and Louis Muhlen have rounded out Australia’s most successful day at a Winter Games with silver and bronze medals in the Lillehammer 2016 ski cross competition on Hafjell Olympic Slope.
LUGE: Australian luge racer Beth Slade produced a personal best performance and two clean runs at the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games.
Trouble on the shooting range hurt Australian biathletes Darcie Morton and Jethro Mahon in their pursuit events at the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games on Day 3.
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Did you know?
Alana Boyd (athletics – pole vault) made Australian Olympic history in Beijing, becoming the first Australian to join both parents as Olympians. This feat was emulated by Jess Fox (canoe/kayak - slalom) at the London 2012 Games.