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Australian Olympians Matt Graham and Jakara Anthony have won Men’s and Women’s Moguls World Championships silver medals in Deer Valley, Utah.
Ski & Snowboard Australia (SSA) has announced the Australian Team for the 2019 FIS World Championships for Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski, that kicks off in Utah from 1-10 February 2019.
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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.
Australia’s top mogul skiers are strapping in their skis for the final push towards PyeongChang with the World Cup season kicking off in Ruka, Finland on Saturday.
Mogul skier Taylah O’Neill made her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014. Alongside her teammates Britt Cox and Nicole Parks, the 19-year-old made her goal of a top-20 finish, ending the games in 16th place.
FREESTYLE – MOGULS: The Australian Mogul skiing pedestal that was once solely occupied by the great Dale Begg-Smith has been enlarged to accommodate two rising stars who showed the world in Sochi that big things could be fast approaching.
BLOG: Britt Cox was the highest placed Australian with 5th in the women's moguls. In fact all three Australian women made the final, before Cox inched her way towards the podium. Meanwhile Alex Ferlazzo (Luge) & Alex Almoukov (Biathlon) launched their Olympic campaigns but the day began with Scotty James.