There are just 200 days to go until Australia’s finest winter athletes hit the ice and snow for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games
Australian athletes from the sliding disciplines of skeleton and bobsleigh have given the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic track their seal of approval ahead of this weekend’s Olympic Test Event.
It’s all systems go for the green and gold skeleton athletes as the 2016/2017 season gets into full swing and the Aussies continue to log strong results.
It was one of the most successful weekend's on record for Australian winter athletes with six World Cup medals, 2 fourth place finishes, and a number of other impressive performances on the snow and ice.
She kicked off her 2016 season with a silver medal at the North American Cup in Calgary, now skeleton athlete Jaclyn Narracott will look to continue the fantastic results at this weekend’s World Cup in Lake Placid.
Australian Skeleton athletes have finished in podium places in their opening races to start the qualification process for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic games
We might not have a track on home soil but Australian skeleton riders have sent a strong message that they mean business on their hunt for 2018 Olympic qualification.