The FIS Ski Cross World Cup heads to Idre Fjall, Sweden this weekend and for the first time in 2017 will feature two athletes donning the green and gold racing kit.
The countdown is well and truly on to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games with only one year to go until Australia take on the world’s best in South Korea.
Our Aussie athletes are known for battling through all weather conditions with a brave face, but there is little they can do when the weather is so havoc it forces events to be canceled.
Ski Cross athlete Sami Kennedy-Sim, has finished in 11th place in a weather affected World Cup event in Feldberg, Germany.
A second strong result in as many weeks has put Jakara Anthony in good step for the 2017 Asian Winter Games which are now just 13 days away.
The winter sports story of the season has become Lydia Lassila’s return to Aerial Skiing for a tilt at a fifth Olympics after her extraordinary World Cup gold medal in Deer Valley, Utah this afternoon.
Australian mogul superstar Britt Cox has won bronze at the Deer Valley Moguls World Cup in Utah and retained her number one FIS world ranking.
With a couple of weeks to rest and train since the last competition in Lake Placid, the men and ladies of the Aerials World Cup should be ready let fly in Deer Valley.