In a fitting end to a Winter Olympic campaign, the Australian Olympic Team have been congratulated on their 2018 performances in a ceremony on ice in Melbourne.
One month since Australia wrapped up its successful PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic campaign, the Team have kicked off Welcome Home celebrations in Melbourne.
After a long season, Australia’s Olympic figure skaters have one more major event on their calendars this week before they can rest easy.
Two-time Olympian Sami Kennedy-Sim, who has been Australia’s leading Ski Cross racer for over a decade, has seen her sport grow internationally into a fierce battle ground.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, take a look at some of the amazing achievements of our female athletes at the recent PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The two personal-best results for speed skater Daniel Grieg at PyeongChang heralded a new beginning for the talented Victorian who relocated permanently to the Netherlands to pursue his sport.
PyeongChang is over but the Snowboard Cross World Cup circuit still has races to run in the 2017/18 season with La Molina in Spain hosting the tenth out of twelve Cups up for grabs last weekend.
After finishing eighth at the PyeongChang Games, Ski Cross racer Sami Kennedy-Sim didn’t let up and has successfully contested the Sunny Valley double World Cups in Russia over the weekend.
From cheering on their fellow teammates, to exploring the culture of a new country, the excitement of the Olympic Games carries on for Australian athletes well after competition has ended.
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Did you know?
Colin Coates (Speed Skating) has attended 6 Winter Games: 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988.
Did you know?
Synchronised Swimming began as a sport for men in the 1800s. It became an Olympic sport in 1984 but it is only open to women.