Australia’s top Snowboard Halfpipe riders are gearing up for their second last chance to qualify for the Winter Olympics at the first World Cup of 2018 in Snowmass, USA.
17-year-old Junior Snowboard World Champion Tess Coady is set to compete in the Slopestyle event at this week’s World Cup in Snowmass, USA.
Like ski ballet, rear-entry boots and stretch pants, the days of Australia being considered a winter sports oddity have been consigned to history.
The momentum from Rio 2016 rolled straight on into 2017 with a number of Summer Olympians continuing to impress on the world stage. While in cooler climates, our Winter Olympic hopefuls ramped up their preparation for PyeongChang throughout the year as they secured more World Cup and World Championship medals than ever before
Dual Olympian Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin remains on top of the World Cup Snowboard Cross rankings after winning bronze in Cervinia, Italy.
Despite suffering a serious knee injury last week, Snowboard Cross athlete Belle Brockhoff has declared she will do everything she can to make the start line at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Emily Arthur has qualified for her first Snowboard Halfpipe World Cup final after finishing fifth in today’s qualification round at Secret Garden, China.
Jarryd Hughes has continued Australia’s exceptional start to the Snowboard Cross season after claiming top spot on the podium at the World Cup event in Montafon, Austria.