Australia will no doubt be a force to be reckoned with in the women’s Moguls in PyeongChang but there is plenty of world class competition that will be looking to spoil the Aussie party come February.
It’s Christmas eve, and by now the present are wrapped, the grocery shopping is done and the house is starting to overflow with extended family.
Matt Graham has made his Mogul Skiing World Cup career medal haul an even dozen taking bronze in Thaiwoo, China today just 24 hours since he won silver on the same course.
Matt Graham has claimed silver in the second Mogul Skiing World Cup of the season at China’s Thaiwoo resort, a location earmarked to host several medal events in the 2022 Olympic Games.
With the PyeongChang 2018 Games less than 50 days away, most of your Winter Olympic hopeful athletes will be having a white Christmas with a sneaky cup of eggnog if they’re lucky.
Sochi Olympian and 2017 Slopestyle Skiing World Cup bronze medallist Russ Henshaw hits the hill this week in Font Romeu, France for the season’s first World Cup and Olympic qualifier.
Australia’s top mogul skiers are set to start their official training in Thaiwoo, China on Tuesday ahead of back-to-back events at their second World Cup of the season this week.
Australia’s best Ski Cross athletes Sami Kennedy-Sim, currently ranked 11th in the world, and Anton Grimus, ranked 37th, are among those hoping for kinder skies in Innichen, Italy for the fourth World Cup tour stop.