World Champions Britt Cox and Scotty James have jointly taken out the Australian Snowsports Athlete of the Year Award, which was announced at the 2017 Ski and Snowboard Awards in Melbourne last night.
After a record breaking International season for Australia’s Snowsports athletes, 21 have been nominated for Snowsport Athlete of the Year Awards in their class, in recognition of their outstanding achievements ahead of the Australian Ski & Snowboard Awards.
After her first taste of Olympic glory at the Youth Winter Olympic Games last year, Emily Arthur has her sights firmly set on qualifying for her debut Olympic Games at PyeongChang 2018.
Tess Coady is a dual Junior World Champion after she won the snowboard slopestyle and snowboard big air events in Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic on the weekend
Australian Winter Olympic Team Chef de Mission Ian Chesterman is hoping that Bokwang Park will be Australia’s ‘Field of Dreams’ at the PyeongChang 2018 Games.
Tess Coady’s competitors might be warier of her at the Junior Snowboard Slopestyle World Championships this weekend, after she produced a strong sixth-place finish at the Spindleruv Mlyn World Cup on Saturday.
In a thrilling finale to the 2016-17 Snowboard Cross World Cup this weekend, Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin claimed his third podium this season with a bronze in perfect conditions on the high-speed course of Veysonnaz,.
After five World Cups and the World Championships events completed, the best snowboard cross riders are in Veysonnaz, Switzerland for the final 2016/17 World Cup event, with Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin coming into the race currently ranked fourth overall in the world standings
Tess Coady missed advancing to the finals of the women’s Big Air at the 2017 FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships, but the 16-year-old isn’t disappointed and she's promising even better results next season.