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Narracott disappointed but proud of PyeongChang 2018

Narracott disappointed but proud of PyeongChang 2018

18 February 2018

It wasn't how she planned her Olympic debut to go but Jackie Narracott remains proud of her 16th place finish in the women's skeleton at the PyeongChang 2018.

Next up, Catch up: Day 9:

Next up, Catch up: Day 9:

17 February 2018

We're now in the second week of the PyeongChang 2018 Games, but that doesn't mean the action is slowing down.

Narracott fires on night one of women's skeleton

Narracott fires on night one of women's skeleton

17 February 2018

Aussie skeleton debutant Jackie Narracott has come out firing on the first night of the 2018 women’s competition recording her fastest time at the Alpensia Sliding Centre.

International Wrap - Day 7

International Wrap - Day 7

16 February 2018

Catch up on that and all the other action from Day 7 at PyeongChang 2018.

Farrow ends Olympic career with 19th place finish

Farrow ends Olympic career with 19th place finish

16 February 2018

John Farrow has concluded a stellar Olympic career today with a 19th place finish in the men’s skeleton at the PyeongChang 2018 Games.

Next up, Catch up: Day 7

Next up, Catch up: Day 7

16 February 2018

With three medals already on the board, Australia has no plans of slowing down on Day 7 with Aussies in action across five events.

International Wrap - Day 6

International Wrap - Day 6

16 February 2018

In figure skating, the pairs competition concluded with Germany’s Aljona Sacvhenko and Bruno Massot winning gold at Gangneung Ice Arena after a breathtaking performance.

Mixed day for Farrow on skeleton day one

Mixed day for Farrow on skeleton day one

15 February 2018

John Farrow has kicked off his second Olympic campaign, finishing the opening day of the men’s skeleton competition in 19th place after two very different runs at the Alpensia Sliding Centre.

Farrow & Narracott chasing history at skeleton track

Farrow & Narracott chasing history at skeleton track

14 February 2018

On the eve of the 2018 Olympic skeleton competition, Aussie sliders John Farrow and Jackie Narracott are feeling ready to race after completing six official training runs at the Alpensia Sliding Centre.

Sliding track feeling hard and fast

Sliding track feeling hard and fast

7 February 2018

If there are ideal conditions for a hot Winter Olympic competition it’s a hard and fast sliding track and that’s exactly what a week of below freezing temperatures will produce.

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